• Treehouses Grow Roses


    ROSES explores the complex feelings we have towards ourselves. Reflecting the mixed emotions and situations we find ourselves in, the track embraces the rawness of COPING and ACKNOWLEDGE ME whilst encouraging a deep-seated sense of being awake to the world.

  • Would you like Almond Soy in that?

    Almond Soy debut EP 'Social Misfit'; announce national tour

    "Addictive melodies, dark undertones and infectious grins..." - Pilerats

    One of the surest signs it's summer in Perth is the wave of brilliant new music that emanates from the city every year. A perfect case in point is Social Misfit, the debut EP from indie five-piece Almond Soy. Opening with the band's energetic single Happy Ever After, the EP is a triumph of mature songwriting and the boundlessness of youth.

  • Belle Miners take 'Night Flight'

    Glorious folk-pop trio Belle Miners have released a stunning music clip to accompany their latest single, 'Night Flight'.


    When The Living End strike up the band for the forthcoming A Day On The Green series (which now includes recently-announced extra WA date at Red Hill Auditorium on March 3), they’ll be on fire, having just returned from a momentous run of shows in the US.

  • Ratking drop new single and video for 'Gotta Light?'

    On the precipice of releasing their next EP SERF, Perth's Ratking have just put forward blistering new single Gotta Light?, accompanied by a video which may contain vocalist Josh Reeves munching down a durry or two...Complete with powerful riffs and the acidic, reverb-laden howls of Reeves, Gotta Light? is delivered with a gargantuan sonic weight by producer Matthew Templeman (Make Them Suffer, Statues, Voyager).

  • Treehouses and Sleeping Dogs on tour

    Perth spoken word band Treehouses and Canberra's Sleeping Dogs announce Feel Everything Tour

    Treehouses make their long-awaited return to the east coast for a run of shows in support of a split release with Canberra based band Sleeping Døgs. The 'FEEL EVERYTHING' split offers up a powerful track from each band, showcasing their unique combination of spoken word poetry and emo/indie/folk songwriting.


    Indie-pop outfit, Young Robin, have released a new single, Stay. It’s a song that quite appropriately had an unsure beginning.

    “This song started with a riff Ben (Teune, guitar) had over a year ago,” explains bass player, Hamish Graham. “We liked the riff but sat on it for a while, not sure where it should go, until one day it just started coming together and pretty soon we had the song finished.

    “The song itself is about being in a point in life where you're faced with making a tough decision and being unsure which way to go.”

  • Top 10 Punk Rock Songs from 1977 (or thereabouts)

    As a follow up to his 40th Anniversary of punk article, Nick Sheppard lists his Top 10 Punk Songs from the year that stated it all. 

    1: 1977 – The Clash


    One of Perth’s hardest-working bands, The Tommyhawks, have released a new single, Summertime. In spite of its title, the living ain’t necessarily easy…

    Summertime is about coming out the other side of depression, or being in a bad place,” explains vocalist/guitarist Addison Axe. “I've struggled with my own mental health over the last year and the whole upcoming EP explores that journey through self 're' discovery.”


    Making the most of their impressive 2017 momentum, Fremantle-faves Boat Show have released a new single, The Big Smoke. The song is an energetic lament on the perennial Perth-friends-moving-to-Melbourne imbroglio.

    "It's like trying to run away from a ghost that you think is haunting your house but it's actually haunting you, so it follows,” says vocalist, Ali Flintoff. “Do you like my metaphor? I'm pretty witty, hey."

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