Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Luke Carlino ft. Daydream Fever “Minute” (2018)

Now calling Melbourne home, Adelaide songwriter Luke Carlino has been bringing his latest single “Minute” to life over the last week or two on stage, a slow burner of a track that continues to grow in its impact with each listen. Teaming up with Daydream Fever and VIIV on raps and production respectively, “Minute” is a strong release from Carlino,…

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Xavier Dunn “Warming” (2018)

Multi-instrumentalist Xavier Dunn has been in the midst of sharing his debut EP Isic Tutor over the last few weeks; already receiving acclaim from all areas of the online music world, Dunn’s exploration of soundscapes drenched in instrumental richness and an ambient, contemplative perspective has brought comparisons to Nils Frahm, Olafur Arnalds and even Bon Iver. With EP…

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Exclusive Single Premiere: Audrey Powne “Flowers” (2018)

Having already established herself within the Melbourne music scene through work with Au Dré and Leisure Centre, singer songwriter Audrey Powne has now stepped out on her own, releasing music under her own name. Debut single “Flowers” positions Powne firmly within the embraces of lush pop, bringing together swelling orchestral production with a vocal quality rich in soul and melody….

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Mary Webb “Crepuscule” (2018)

Crepuscule. Meaning ‘twilight’ or ‘dusk’, the term wraps itself around some notions of melancholy, wintriness and a slow burn of sadness that comes intrinsically linked with missing a loved one. For singer songwriter Mary Webb, these are themes she tackles with a rich  musical depth and beauty, with new single “Crepuscule”. Working with dancer Lewis Major, the…

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Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Hayley Marsten “Money Can’t Buy Class” (2018)

Continuing to spur on the positive momentum generated around her Lonestar EP, Gladstone based country artist Hayley Marsten releases her new music video for “Money Can’t Buy Class” this week. In the same way Taylor Swift has made bank off crafting early country-pop songs about broken relationships and nasty ends to them, Marsten takes an individual who had…

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