Single of the Day: SLUMBERJACK ft. Vera Blue “Fracture” (2017)


SLUMBERJACK have returned from a summer spent slaying on festival stages with a new tune primed for hit status – “Fracture”. Featuring the now trademark vocals of one Vera Blue, “Fracture” comes burning out from the West Coast and acts as a perfect follow up to SLUMBERJACK’s “RA” and the Daniel Johns collaboration, “Open Fire”. Onward pushing electro beats…

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Single of the Day: Marian Hill ft. Lauren Jauregui “Back To Me” (2016)


We’ve been vocal about our love for Marian Hill through this year and last – Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol have generated some serious heat with 2016’s ACT ONE album and within the last week, they’ve struck upon another piece of fire with new single, “Back To Me”. Linking up with Fifth Harmony‘s Lauren Jauregui, the track has been quick to capture…

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Single of the Day: Alex The Kid “Untitled” (2016)

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Following their debut album Speak Up released earlier this year, Geraldton-hailing punk-rockers Alex The Kid have dropped single “Untitled” as part of the band’s label Pee Record’s compilation Pee Approved 5. It’s infectiously melodic from the opening bars and continues to soar with crashing percussion and endless guitars. Frontman Ken McCartney‘s vocals are honest and grungy,…

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Single of the Day: Bonobo “Break Apart” (2016)


In what was simply a perfect musical pairing waiting to happen, contemporary R&B project Rhye has provided some exceptionally beautiful vocals for Bonobo’s single, “Break Apart”. This is a stripped-back, velvety soundscape where dreams are made. Lifted from his sixth studio album Migration, due January 13th, “Break Apart” illustrates both the transitory nature of the album and Bonobo’s…

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