Sam Bluer – Bite My Tongue

Is it too early to call Sam Bluer the next big thing to come from Australian pop music… no, it’s not. Just taking a cursory look over 2018 and it has been a stellar year for the Melbourne artist who’s string of powerhouse pop music has given us not one but two certified bangers (Shift…

JXN – Solitude

JXN is the pseudonym of 25-year-old Jackson Brazier who has previously made a name for himself amassing more than a million followers across YouTube and Instagram, however the 25-year-old is now branching out and embarking on a new venture and today brings us the first taste of soul filled RnB infused stylings with debut track ‘Solitude‘….

DROVES – Time

Are you looking for some moody and artistic music to fill in the void until The 1975 unleash their next behemoth upon the world? Do you need an outlet for all the teen angst that’s followed you from your teen’s into your twenties and won’t seem to bloody leave you alone? Well then, I have…

Billy Davis – Shoulda Known ft. VanJess & Matt McGhee

RnB tastemaker Billy Davis returns with a seriously fresh and energetic track this week teaming up with VanJess and Mat McGhee for newbie (and god damn earworm of a track) ‘Shoulda Known‘. The track comes as the first taste of what will become the Melbourne artist’s debut album which is expected in 2019. Of the track,…

Eleni Foureira – Tómame

Greek Goddess Eleni Foureira (aka she who was robbed of the crown at Eurovision 2018) backs up her fire Eurovision entry today with another Latin-tinged summer pop banger ‘Tömame‘. Eleni absolutely stole the show this year at Eurovision with her sizzling performance of powerhouse single ‘Fuego’ legitimately setting the stage on fire with her voice…

Huntly – Wiggle

Melbourne three-piece Huntly continues their sonic metamorphosis this year with their dance music you can cry vibe through new track ‘Wiggle‘ a minimalistic pop-centric feel that’s a little twisted in all right places. With ‘Wiggle‘, Huntly pair an elastic bass-line with a deep percussive groove to provide the basis for perhaps the best pop song…

ODA -Forever Or Never

Norway’s ODA is an artist I’ve had my eye on for a while. Back when I wrote for Semplesize she came to my attention with her debut track ‘So High‘ a track with a pulsating beat and icy synths that grabbed my attention and held it for quite a while. It’s great to see the…

The 1975 – It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)

I’ll admit I really haven’t been enjoying the musical era from The 1975 so far. The tracks I’ve heard so far had seemed so pretentious and careless, it felt like a band suffering from an identity crisis, unsure of who or what they were anymore and just kind of throwing noise around a room in…

Mike Waters – Shiver

Mike Waters was one of the very first artists I ever wrote about back in 2015 when I was just starting out writing from my University housing at 2am after coming home from studying Forensic Anthropology all day. His story of coming from working 10 years in a corporate world to throwing it all aside…

Thomston – The Heights

New Zealand purveyor of fantastic pop music Thomston is back with his second release of 2018 with ‘The Heights‘ a track with soaring pop chorus’s and an uplifting sense of euphoric acceptance and letting go of all the things that have weighed you down. The track takes the darker more subtle moments that we found…