Words: James Frostick
Artist image: Grace Goodwin
Melbourne/Naarm-based musician Will Weir is adding more form and substance to his new caustic post-punk project Big Bill and the Bigots, releasing the visuals for his most-recent single ‘Sunday Mourning’. Boasting unsettling vampiric imagery, the clip pairs perfectly with the unhinged Australiana imbued within the track’s rasping sonics.
Continue reading Video Premiere: BIG BILL AND THE BIGOTS – ‘SUNDAY MOURNING’
Words: Doug Wallen
Banner image: Matthew Saville
A group of youngsters play happily together around a forest and creek in the enchanting video for a children’s song from Fremantle’s Amber Fresh, a.k.a. Rabbit Island. It heralds the reissue of her 2014 album Songs for Kids.
Continue reading Video Premiere: RABBIT ISLAND – ‘IN THE FOREST, FAR AWAY’
Melbourne’s Cool Sounds are making moves. Less than a week on from the release of their latest EP Gristle, the group is dropping a fresh clip for standout track ‘Grudge’. Set to a backdrop of pristine Australian wine country, the track and its accompanying flick ruminates on past regrets, fresh starts and baptism by vino.
Continue reading Video Premiere: COOL SOUNDS – ‘GRUDGE’
In a first for Weirdo Wasteland, here is a premiere of the video for ‘The Other Girls’ by Valentine Dial. The dreamy nostalgia of the song and the heady aesthetic makes for a winning combo. This song is well worth a listen.
Continue reading Video Premiere: VALENTINE DIAL – ‘THE OTHER GIRLS’