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Words: James Frostick
Cover art: Haydn Hall and Matthew Deasy

Brisbane’s Pleasure Symbols have returned after a period of evolution with news of a debut full-length record. Lead single ‘Image Reflected’ shows off a polished sound, used perfectly to convey explorations of the self and the power of desire.

Continue reading Premiere: PLEASURE SYMBOLS – ‘IMAGE REFLECTED’

Video Premiere: SLAG QUEENS – ‘REAL 1’

Words: James Frostick
Band image: Reece Lyne

Terrific Tasmanian post-punk crew Slag Queens are riding high following the release of their new full-length album You Can’t Go Out Like That. An amalgam of styles, speeds and emotions, the record showcases not only the band’s unique talent but also conveys their frustrations and thoughts about life in Tasmania. The band is putting forth a new clip for energetic thumper ‘Real 1’, a track that carries its fair share of discontent. Continue reading Video Premiere: SLAG QUEENS – ‘REAL 1’


Words: James Frostick
Band image: Glen Schenau/Blanket Canvassing

Matt Kennedy’s bare-bones downer punk outfit Kitchen’s Floor is back with another quintessentially trodden-on track. ‘Before Dawn’ catches Kennedy at a particularly grim low point – after the drink is gone and his friends have bailed, left alone in the quiet of the early morning with only his thoughts to keep him company.

Continue reading Listen: KITCHEN’S FLOOR – ‘BEFORE DAWN’

Video Premiere: V – ‘NOT READY 4 THIS’

Words: James Frostick
Artist image: Strey Katt

Melbourne-via-Berlin darkwave artist V builds up momentum to the release of their new record So Pure with the release of the visuals for single ‘Not Ready 4 This’. The track grapples with the aspect of grief and its undeniable power to shape us and bring us low. 

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Video Premiere: IDIOT BOX – ‘BABY BOOMER’

Words: James Frostick

We’re stoked to premiere the new clip from Sydney rabble-rousers Idiot Box. ‘Baby Boomer’ is a snotty sneer at Australia’s ruling establishment, pushing forth sentiments of derision on the back of some aggro rock’n’roll. 

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Words: James Frostick
Image: Peter Krbavac

Following on from the release of their impressive full-length record Broadcast Park, Brisbane’s Tape/Off are today unveiling the visuals for single ‘Wake in Fright’. Influenced by the Australian outback’s vicious notoriety, the track and clip provide an unsettling snapshot of our landscape’s history and terrifying isolation.

Continue reading Premiere: TAPE/OFF – ‘WAKE IN FRIGHT’