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From emerging locals to old school icons, feast your ears on some of the latest and greatest tunes, videos and more that have just landed.

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August 25, 2018

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November 9, 2019

Three years in the making, the dust is far from settling on the latest outing from compelling Darwin songstress Caiti Baker as she stirs up a triumph of ingenuity, power and pristine production on Dust (Part 1).

November 3, 2019

There's something bewitching in the soda with the swoon-worthy new single from Adelaide quartet SODA and their brand new track When The Warden Calls.

November 1, 2019

Flexing oscillating light and lucid shade, Perth electro-progsters Voyager unfurl in bubbling, kaleidescopic fashion with their seventh studio album Colours in the Sun.

October 28, 2019

The duality of man gets a scathing makeover from Sydney heavies Bare Bones and their upcoming album Rival Minds due out this Friday via Resist Records.

October 23, 2019

Hold on tight, we’re leaping into 19th Century England today as Brisbane psych-folk collective Fingerless bust out a criminally hypnotic slow burner with their brand new track Scarborough.

October 21, 2019

Following a brief taste of new tunes earlier in the year with the madcap EP Macro, Ukrainian hellions Jinjer are officially off the leash and more potent than ever, deftly roaring into third album territory with Macro due out next Friday.

October 20, 2019

Amping up their usual spitfire methods, Melbourne’s Earth Caller carve up a roaring war-cry laced with grime rap and metal on their latest track Spit featuring Isaac Black from DVSR leaping proceedings to a new level.

October 20, 2019

Mothers, lock up your crumpets - there's a boisterously good time on the loose from Perth fuzzsters Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, with the quartet's thumping new track Mundungus threatening to shred your ears and butter your brain into totally charming chaos.

October 18, 2019

The prodigal sons of prog return as Brissie boys Osaka Punch unleash their flashy new tune Drones, signalling some dark new sonic waters for this illustrious quartet.

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