Handpicked and curated with love, Weekly Jams is a playlist of all the best music that’s just dropped. This edition sees a surprise collaboration with two innovative locals, and the long awaited return of many others.
SOFT CORPORATE – BOATS
The newly rebranded Melbourne group (formerly When We Were Small) have dropped an exquisite track. It’s cinematic, with feels in all the right places.
RETRO CULTURE – THREAD
A mysterious soul out of Melbourne, Retro Culture creates cleverly produced, electronically tinged pop. With 2 exceptional singles to his name, the future is looking bright.
SCK CHX – Don’t Wanna Go Home
A fresh blend of jangle, psych and punk. The Sydney trio have pulled together a simple, but solid tune.
THE GOTOBEDS – Bodies
Short, brash and clever. Say no more.
FIEU – Impossible
The moniker of Brisbane singer-songwriter Emily Brewis, ‘Impossible’ is luscious pop which puts the impressive vocals of Fieu on full display.
D.D DUMBO – SATAN
One of the most talented artists to come out of Australia in recent years is back. Time to rejoice.
THE RUIINS – It Is You
Driven by pounding drums and howling vocals, the Gold Coast two piece have cut a raw, rythmic sound out for themselves.
BEC SANDRIDGE – YOU’RE A FUCKING JOKE
The dream combination of infectious hooks and captivating vocals, ‘You’re A Fucking Joke’ is punk laces boogie at it’s finest.
Dark, brooding and only just a taste of what’s yet to come. The two standout local artists have collaborated on an EP which is only a matter of weeks away.
LANARK – ANYWHERE BUT HERE
Dreamy, shoegazey stuff out of Perth. The sort of track to turn up and get lost in.
MANORISM – EGO
Put together in various garages and bedrooms over the summer, ‘Ego’ is minimalistic indie that isn’t afraid to pull back and let the lyricsm shine.
CLEOPOLD – NOT COMING DOWN
Yet another taste of Cleopold’s hotly anticipated debut EP. The bouncy, 80’s infused production is matched sublimely to smooth vocals.