Weekly Jams No.23

Handpicked and curated with love, Weekly Jams is a playlist of all the best music that’s just dropped. In between numerous electronica gems, you’ll hear from hard hitting punk bands and solo singer-songwriters.

JAPANESE WALLPAPER – Cocoon

Gloriously warm vocals, all done by the wunderkind himself. This track is a revelation.

Lanks – Bitter Leaf

The Melbourne multi-instrumentalist and producer only gets better with each release. His latest cut is extraordinarily varied and sonically immersive.

THE AVALANCHES – Colours

Forget that you’ve been waiting the last 16 years and just revel in the sheer beauty that is this track. July 8th will be here before you know it.

 

FLAMINGO – At Sea

Indie pop with a socially conscious twist, ‘At Sea’ reflects an empathetic view of the challenges refugees face when arriving by sea. The track aims to bring the issue into conversation, through music.

AUTOSUGGEST – New Tides

Brooding electronica matched with a video equally as dark. Autosuggest can sure as hell set a mood, and carry it all the way through.

 

TEETH & TONGUE – Dianne

Wonky guitar riffs and driving synth stabs, ‘Dianne’ sets a cracking pace from the get go and doesn’t let up.

EMMA LOUISE – West End Kids

Another taste of her upcoming record, Supercry. ‘West End Kids’ takes a somber tone, showcasing Emma’s insightful lyricsm and unique vocal ability.

CERES – Happy In Your Head

Guitar driven feelings punk is my jam, ya’ll. This is the first track from Drag It Down On You, due September 2nd.

 

KINGS – (u) West Coast

A polished indie pop cut from the Melbourne outfit. It’s glimmering and uplifiting – not a bad combo, at all.

ROBBIE MILLER – Road

Robbie Miller could sing over absolutely anything and it’d sound amazing. Seriously, that voice.

SAATSUMA – Floating

A brilliantly shot video for an equally incredible track. Melbourne’s Saatsuma are delivering on all fronts.

 

DHANA BHUTAN – Close

On their debut single Dhana Bhutan absolutely nail sultry, groove driven electronica. Not unlike something you’d hear from Ben Khan.

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