Wind Back Wednesday: Peter Silberman’s Impermanence still exudes emotional depth, a year on

Impermanence was the first full length, solo effort from Peter Silberman. Acclaimed for his work with The Antlers, this album saw Silberman navigate down a road of personal healing as he uses music to illustrate the transitory nature of peace and pain. In what might be his most reflective body of work yet, Impermanence documents the slow yet crucial…

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Fortunes release new single “Focus” from their forthcoming EP, out April 28th

New Zealand born, Melbourne-based duo Fortunes have released another new track ahead of their Undress EP dropping April 28th via Future Classic. “Focus” is stripped back and follows a spare-electro arrangement led by Conor McCabe’s  always buttery, soulful vocals. “Focus” follows up the equally slinky “501’s”, framing these guys to potentially put out one of…

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Dappled Cities share new single from forthcoming album, Five, dropping May 5th

Returning with their fifth studio album, aptly titled Five (and stylised as IIIII), indie-rock Sydney act Dappled Cities have announced the latest taste from their forthcoming record. Following up first single “That Sound” released May last year, “Stone Men” opts for a groovier beat with textured synths, bubbling bass and even a cheeky sax section. Lush harmonies make…

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