Music Video of the Day: WAAX “Wild & Weak” (2017)

Brisbane five-piece WAAX should need no introduction. They’re one of the country’s best independent acts, both their album releases and live performances receiving glowing praise from all directions. They dropped their second EP, Wild & Weak, on June 2nd, which showed a mature direction for the band – tighter riffs, effortless breakdowns, and tackling deeper lyrical content. They’ve…

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Music Video of the Day: Mesa Cosa “Church of the Snake” (2017)

Melbourne’s five-(sometimes six-sometimes seven)-piece Mesa Cosa return with a call to their snake worshipping cult of destruction, the ‘Church of the Snake’. The inimitable group descend into darkness and explore an underworld full of occult rituals in their latest offering, obliterating the listener with their trademark psych-punk. Don’t worry, there’s no *actual* footage of them in the…

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Music Video of the Day: Cornelius “Sometime/Someplace” (2017)

Releasing his first collection of music in over a decade, Japanese multi-instrumentalist Cornelius has recently given fans a little gift in the music video for “Sometime/Someplace”. Taken from the new album Mellow Waves, the song is effortlessly clean and edgy – progressions make the futuristic nature of the song almost hypnotic, while the off-beat percussion and guitar…

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Music Video of the Day: Julia Jacklin “Eastwick” (2017)

Now enjoying the Spanish sunshine, having recently relocated to Barcelona, Julia Jacklin keeps on delivering some classically winning vibes with her new single, “Eastwick”. The release comes off the back of her nothing-but-successful Australian tour and ahead of some incredible international festival appearances including Glastonbury, Newport Folk and FYF Fest. Before she returns to Australia for Splendour…

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