The Gold Coast act made up of Sean Dalton and Fabio Dos Reis, formed in 2015 as an experiment in exploring new genres and styles. Previously only playing in rock/hard rock bands, the tw o have experimented with more electronics sounds and moody vibes with their debut ‘Trouble’. Trouble is a personal song to the the two, touching on the sometimes taboo but important subjects of addiction and depression.
Trouble is a taster of what’s to come from Of The Kings, with a string of songs in the works for release in the last half of 2016. Trouble is available now on iTunes and Spotify.
Brisbane’s four piece Forever the Optimist have been crafting their debut album Arecibo for almost 2 years now. While this is quite sometime to make a record, the band hasn’t exactly been off the radar during this time. The accumulated experiences of touring the East Coast of Australia extensively and supporting artists like Sydonia, Helm and Floating Me, has clearly helped shape the progressive final product. Read more ›
Sydney (Australia) band Strangers have just released the video to their track ‘Closer To Nowhere’ and it’s awesome. The Sydney rock & rollers released their debut album Persona Non Grata in 2012 to a (very deserving) great reception. It’s very rare for a band this young to have an album completely full of great songs.
Dead Letter Circus (Australian Alt-Prog-Rock band) have recently released their latest single ‘Lodestar’ from the album ‘The Catalyst Fire’. This full throttle, soaring song displays some quite impressive drum craft by drummer Luke Williams.
Check out the video below of Luke covering the track.