Tom Rasmussen’s debut album, Body Building, is a bold and empowering statement from a rising star of the queer music scene.
‘Alone in the Night’ is the sensitive, genre-crossing dance track from Belladaprima
Belladaprima’s ‘Alone in the Night’ is hella catchy with those cyclical pop melodies and confident rap verses, plus irresistibly danceable thanks to those thumping beats, but at its core is the sensitive inner world of the Ontario singer and songwriter.
‘Nobody Like U’ is Matty Hendley’s banjo-led indie-pop love anthem
‘Nobody Like U’ from Matty Hendley is the summertime romper that we didn’t know we needed, but now that it’s in our life, we couldn’t imagine another sun-soaked day without it.
CAPYAC just wanna have a good time with their funky disco-dance single ‘GOODTIME’
CAPYAC’s ‘GOODTIME’ an incredibly fun listen that’ll no doubt have anyone dancing with the first few bouncing seconds.
‘Something Real’ is the moody club banger from Miami’s Madeaux
‘Something Real’ kicks off to journey towards Madeaux’s Near Life Experience LP.
Prescribing Enda Gallery’s Libertion EP for all those worries
Irish singer and songwriter Enda Gallery has stepped up to the plate this week to give us some very much needed good vibes in the form of his new EP, Liberation.
‘You’re Bad For Me’ is the sugary indie-dance tune from Lemonade Baby
After consuming the moreish ‘You’re Bad For Me’, we can safely say that this lemonade ‘aint the sugar free kind and we’re here for every musical cavity.
Dive into the majestic sounds of Skarma’s ‘Saturate’ feat. Quails
Australian newcomer Skarma collaborates with vocalist Quails on sultry dance track ‘Saturate’
Watch Bota Butterfly’s futuristic video for avant-garde, synth-pop trip ‘Somebody else’
‘Somebody else’ is an intoxicating synth trip that completely immerses you in Bota Butterfly’s stellar performance.
PREMIERE: Lemonade Baby completes his alt-pop hat-trick with ‘Is It Too Late’
Brisbane creative Lemonade Baby is lifting up our spirits with the unpredictably nihilistic title ‘Is It Too Late’.