Words: James Frostick
Artist image: Louis Oliver Roach
The world keeps spinning, as does the Australian underground music scene. Volume three of Brief Breakdown features an eclectic mix of new music, including Time For Dreams’ warped electro-pop, bruised and boozed rock’n’roll from Knifer, an energetic exercise anthem from Hearts and Rockets, brutal hardcore from UAV, dystopian techno pop from Mahne Frame, dilapidated improvisational noise from Deepfake, experimental electronica by Bridget Chappell and soothing psych-pop from Muma Ganoush.
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Marking almost a full year since the release of their stunning atmospheric LP In Time, Time For Dreams return with a new 7” release through It Records. ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ is an affecting offering that examines kindness in an age of fire and disillusionment, while the B-side cover of The Smiths’ ‘Death of a Disco Dancer’ is a poignant companion track that scoffs at the notion of peace in our time.
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In the lead-up to the release of it’s debut album In Time through it Records, mood-altering soundscape engineers Time For Dreams are unveiling the record’s third single ‘Lighthouse’. It’s with great pleasure that Weirdo Wasteland premieres the track, which embodies the subtle nuance and heady wanderlust that informs and inspires the work of members Amanda Roff and Tom Carlyon.
Continue reading Premiere: TIME FOR DREAMS – ‘LIGHTHOUSE’