‘You’ is the third release from Australian electronic/pop artist, Zacharria. Out now on Claudia eRecords, ‘You’ follows on from his previou singles, ‘Living Without You’, and ‘It’s Been So Long’, the latter of which climbed to the top spot in the Swiss Dance Charts, as well as the top 50 in the DJ Charts in Austria.
Released today, ‘Light Me Up’ is the latest single from award winning singer songwriter, Jemma Siles. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, examines the battle of blame that takes place in the immediate cessation of a fight, and uses the lyrics of the song to forge contrasts between picking a fight, and letting go, allowing the listener to understand more deeply what is happening inside her head.
It’s hard to believe but the undisputed classic album, ‘Starfish’, from legendary Australian band The Church, commemorates its 30th anniversary this year. To celebrate the occasion, The Church will be touring the UK this June, including a weekend of shows at London’s Bush Hall, as well as appearances at Manchester’s Club Academy, and La Belle Angele, in Edinburgh.
Forgive, but never forget. That’s the message of strength and resilience behind ‘Sorry’, the powerhouse new single from rising singer-songwriter and actress Bonnie Anderson, a bright new force in Australian music. Released today April 8th, ‘Sorry’ is the kind of pop song that only comes around once in a blue moon – passionate and emotive, steely-eyed in its conviction and magnetic in sound. It’s the kind of work that can come only from the most fiercely devoted musician, who’s fuelled by little more than skill, taste and dedication.
Aussie-American acoustically driven rock ‘n’ roll quintet THE WALK-A-BOUT hail from the artistic East End of Long Island, New York. THE WALK-A-BOUT released their sophomore album ‘THINGS ARE LOOKING UP’, produced by Andrew Michael Bertrand and mastered by Roger Lian, in stores and online worldwide on June 15, 2018, and it’s also available on limited edition 180-Gram Red Splatter Vinyl exclusively on their website.
Shimon Moore, aka SHIM, was the longtime frontman and co-founder of Australia’s Sick Puppies, and as such was the face of a group which refused to be put in a box: their music was an amalgamation of alt-rock, punk, emo, molten metal, throwback grunge, all delivered with a soaring balladry. Now SHIM is going it alone, and his output is no less fiery, and no less stylistically diverse. ‘Crucified’ shows his fans that although he’s left Sick Puppies, he’s still the same SHIM he always was.
Almost exactly four years ago to the day we introduced readers to Kelsy Karter, who had run away to Los Angeles from her homeland of Australia to make a name for herself in music. We’ve always wondered how Kelsy was going, and so we were very pleasantly surprised to hear she had a new single out, dedicated to Harry Styles, and called, appropriately enough, ‘Harry’.