In This Issue: We have all the indie, rock, electronic and even pirate sea shanties for you this week. Check out the little six track gift from Courtney Barnett’s Milk! Records as well as some excellent local and international releases.
Good For You is six brand new songs from six Milk! Records artists, featuring Courtney Barnett, Jen Cloher, Fraser A. Gorman, the Finks, East Brunswick All Girls Choir and Ouch My Face all recorded over one weekend. The compilation album will be released by Milk! on February 14th.
Cascades, the title of the second record from the Brooklyn via Sydney group High Highs will be released February 5th in Australia & New Zealand through Spunk Records.
After travelling, festivalling and spinning records for Obama, British-born Indian electro producer Karsh Kale has his reflective fifth studio album UP, out on 29th January 2016 via Six Degrees Records.
After announcing an indefinite hiatus in 2012 Basement are back with their upcoming full-length Promise Everything due to arrive January 29th, 2016 on Run For Cover Records.
Seven-piece, all drinking, all rocking, all pirating rock/folk/metal group from Brisbane, known as Lagerstein have come ashore to release their latest collection of eleven sea shanties in the shape of All For Rum & Rum For All released on February 2nd.
Junior Boys have marked their return with Big Black Coat, the first album from the pair in almost five years and maiden release on City Slang records, who will release it via Inertia on 5th February 2016.
Luke Daniel Peacock
Rock collaborator Luke Daniel Peacock has set off for his solo debut We’ve Come a Long Way, Darling to be released via Plus 1 Records on the 5th of February, 2016 and distributed via MGM Distribution.