• NEW SINGLE FOR THE TOMMYHAWKS

    One of Perth’s hardest-working bands, The Tommyhawks, have released a new single, Summertime. In spite of its title, the living ain’t necessarily easy…

    Summertime is about coming out the other side of depression, or being in a bad place,” explains vocalist/guitarist Addison Axe. “I've struggled with my own mental health over the last year and the whole upcoming EP explores that journey through self 're' discovery.”

  • BOAT SHOW BIZ

    Making the most of their impressive 2017 momentum, Fremantle-faves Boat Show have released a new single, The Big Smoke. The song is an energetic lament on the perennial Perth-friends-moving-to-Melbourne imbroglio.

    "It's like trying to run away from a ghost that you think is haunting your house but it's actually haunting you, so it follows,” says vocalist, Ali Flintoff. “Do you like my metaphor? I'm pretty witty, hey."

  • HUMAN BUOY GIFTS US A NEW SINGLE, ANVILS (FEAT. NICK ALLBROOK)

    Human Buoy, AKA Ben McDonald, has just dropped his latest single release, Anvils.

    Inspired by Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower, Anvils features guest vocals from POND’S Nicholas Allbrook. 

  • NO PROBLEMS

    For a (seemingly) part-time band POND sure seem to keep busy. The Perth-based psychedelic rockers have just released a new album, The Weather, their seventh since January, 2008.

    Their history has been closely linked with that of Tame Impala, a band they share members, producers and general history since coming together in the Perth music scene in the early part of the last decade.

  • Beautiful, Stranger

    Psychedelic Porn Crumpets will see out 2016 headlining along with POW! Negro, Benjamin Witt, Doctopus, Hamjam and more at the Rosemount Hotel NYE Fiesta. Fancy a bit o’ Crumpet then?