Listen Out 2015

16 Feb Ripe’s Weekend Gig Guide (16/2/17)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


Music venues around Melbourne house some of the best local and international acts. We’ve compiled our top five picks for gigs this week so you don’t miss out. Be a part of one of the best live music cities in the world, and check out some of our favourite artists and venues.


This Week…


Friday, 17th February

Higher Plains

Tickets here

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Higher Plains are throwing a party at The Gasometer on Friday night, with doors from 8.30pm.

Tiny Little Houses and Fazerdaze are playing, along with Braille Face (live) and Roger Shepherd DJing until late.


Saturday, 18th February

Amber Isles Farewell

Tickets on the door

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Amber Isles are playing their last show for awhile on Saturday night, before Tim Shue (bassist/keyboardist) heads overseas indefinitely.

Joining them at The Worker’s Club are Atlas and The Hot Springs, with doors from 8pm.


Sunday, 19th February

Jade Imagine @ The Tote

Tickets on the door

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Jade Imagine are playing at The Tote this Sunday afternoon, the third show of their February residency.

Joining them will be Crepes and Emma Russack. If you can’t make it down this Sunday, never fear! They have one more left next week, when they’ll be joined by Dianas and Great Outdoors.


Sunday, 19th February

The Rather Peckish Caterpillar

Tickets here

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Wax’o Paradiso are celebrating three(ish) years of tunes, vibes and parties with a big one this Sunday at Shimmerlands.

All three Wax’o Paradiso residents will be playing on the day, along with sets from Pjenne and Milla.


Sunday, 19th February

Nai Palm @ The Ev

Tickets here

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Nai Palm (of Hiatus Kaiyote) is back at The Evelyn on Sunday afternoon, playing an intimate solo set of both new and old material.

Due to the bleak weather forecast they’ve had to move the party from the rooftop to the bandroom. This does mean, however, that there are a few extra tickets available. Move quick!

 

 

 


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25 Nov Ripe’s Weekly Gig Guide (24/11/16)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


Music venues around Melbourne house some of the best local and international acts. We’ve compiled our top five picks for gigs this week so you don’t miss out. Be a part of one of the best live music cities in the world, and check out some of our favourite artists and venues.


This Week…


Friday, 25th November

Tiny Little Houses EP Tour

Tickets Here

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Tiny Little Houses are in Melbourne tonight for their Snow Globe EP tour.

Joining them on stage at Howler are two other Melbourne-based favs, DARTS and Jarrow.


Friday, 25th November

Rhythm Section Takeover

Sold Out

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The Night Cat is hosting the Boiler Room Melbourne Rhythm Section Takeover tonight, in conjunction with Heads with Tales.

The lineup for the sold-out night includes Bradley Zero, Chaos In The CBD, Prequel, S I L E N T J A Y & Jace XL and 30/70.


Saturday, 26th November

Gizzfest

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have curated an incredible lineup for their day festival Gizzfest, which is at the Coburg Veledrome on Saturday.

The event kicks off at midday and features Pond, White Fence, The Murlocs, Mild High Club, Stonefield, Jaala, as well as the curators themselves and more.


Saturday, 26th November

Lost Weekend: Tornado Wallace

Tickets on the door

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Lost Weekend at Boney this Saturday night is playing host to Tornado Wallace, with support from Dante Peaks, Soul Crane, Myles Mac, Pjenné and a handful more talented pals.

It’s Tornado Wallace’s first show after a long time travelling, and sure to be a celebration following the recent announcement of his upcoming debut LP, Lonely Planet.


Sunday, 27th November

Lady Grey’s Sunday Best

Tickets here

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Yet another great Sunday at The Gasometer, this week sees the first of Lady Grey‘s artfully curated Sunday Best.

UK-based producer Cleric will be joined by Reflec (also from the UK), with both are set to play epic three hour sets. Strap yourselves in for a huge day.

 

 

 


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21 Oct How We Write Music – An Interview with Tiny Little Houses


Words by Marcus Rimondini // Photos by Sarah Chavdaroska


Recently Sarah and I caught up with Tiny Little Houses at Tomboy Cafe in Collingwood, Melbourne. We dived into a discussion about how they originally found their feet in Melbourne, the difference between the new Snow Globe EP and next year’s debut LP, why the filming of ‘Milo Tin’ was so funny and who their favourite artists were at BIGSOUND this year.

Marcus: Where is everyone in the band from?

Caleb Karvountzis: I’m from South Australia, in the country.

Clancy Bond: I’m from Victoria, two hours south, down in Inverloch.

Caleb: Sean is from Rowville. Al’s from Newcastle.

Do you find you work harder, because you’re not from inner Melbourne and can’t just rely on knowing people?

Caleb: Yeah, we did find it hard, I guess. We’ve been playing for a long time. Before I met Clancy and before Al came on.

Clancy: Yeah, we didn’t know many people.

Caleb: I didn’t know anyone when I moved to Melbourne. The move to Melbourne was super isolating for the first two years. I moved straight after high school, so I just had nobody in Melbourne. But we’ve since made some good friends. Just from playing, being at gigs.

 

Do you find the community supportive?

Caleb: There’s a certain part of the music scene that’s harder, but obviously they’re all mates. That’s expected — it doesn’t bother me. But there are other people like Ferg and Anna from Major Leagues.

Probably helps that they’re from Brisbane.

Caleb: Yeah, it’s easier with those guys.

Clancy: Yeah, there’s no clique.

Caleb: Maybe we will develop that one day [laughs].

Yeah you’ll be those guys. ‘Bloody Tiny Little Houses and their clique’.

Clancy: [laughs] We will need a secret hand shake.

How about community radio?

Caleb: Community radio has been really supportive.

Clancy: It has been great.

Caleb: The first time we put a single out ‘Easy’ two years ago. Community radio was so helpful. I think it was the most played song for a couple weeks. It helped us out a lot.

Clancy: They were right on it, it was awesome.

How was BIGSOUND this year?

Caleb: Well, it was different from last year. I feel like it was bigger, well it was bigger for us anyway. We had a bigger stage to play on, which was super cool. I felt like it was less packed everywhere. Like it was bigger, but maybe there were less people at every event, because there were more bands playing. It was spread out.

Clancy: It felt like almost too many bands.

Caleb: It was pretty wild, but I did get to see a lot of good bands.

 

If you’re getting really good turnouts with more competition, then you know you’re doing really well.

Clancy: Or Caleb’s really good on social media and is friends with a bunch of bands. [laughs]

Caleb: It was really fun, especially the last show on the Oh Hello stage.

Clancy: Yeah, that one was awesome. Great vibe.

Did you see any bands stand out that you hadn’t seen before?

Caleb: Yes! Jarrow. I had been walking around all day, at little parties and stuff. Then I went and saw Jarrow, and I was just blown away with the lyrics. I’m a big lyrics guy.

Clancy: I’m a lyrics guy, too.

Caleb: I was like, this guy’s speaking my language.

Clancy: I think heard them like last week on the radio, and I was like ‘This is pretty cool,’ and then afterwards they were like ‘This is Jarrow,’ and I was like “Argh right on!”.

Caleb: They have a good album coming out, too. Then we saw Fazerdaze, who are our mates. They were really good. We saw them three times. We went to every show. I also saw Major Leagues, who are always great. Oh and this band called Felix Lush, he was really good. I just stumbled across that.

So you like to get out there and check out everyone?

Caleb: Yeah! We walked around a fair bit, we were just following Ash, our manager, really.

So BIGSOUND is a big tick, then! Would  you recommend it for others?

Caleb: Oh definitely, you have to do it as a band. It’s a great experience in Australia, it’s rare you get to have that concentration of artists.

Clancy: It’s a pretty unique experience, it’s definitely worth doing.

Caleb: The first time we did it, which was last year, it was unexpectedly good. This time we kind of knew what to expect. I think it’s good practice to get on stage and get off stage real quick. Which is what you learn very quickly. It’s great if you want to eventually go play The Great Escape or SXSW.

 

When did you wrap up recording the new Snow Globe EP?

Caleb: Finished it around June/July. We recorded four of the songs in January, and that was out of ten songs. Six of them were going to be on the album possibly, four of them didn’t fit the album, and then we recorded two more.

In the recording process, which song came first and which song came last?

Caleb: Well ‘Lonely People’ is our oldest song, it was like the first one I wrote, and first song I put on the internet. It was the first time I put something out there and people commented on it. It was cool, it was on SoundCloud when SoundCloud was good. When SoundCloud had a community, before it got destroyed. I don’t want to go too much into this, but I feel really strongly about it, because when I started off I didn’t have any friends in the music industry, and all the people that I got in touch with were from this little scene on the internet, and it was really cool. There was another similar scene called Cllct, not sure if you remember that. That was kind of similar, it was like Bandcamp, but mostly for Indie, Folk and Rock. It seems like there’s nowhere to do that now, which is such a shame.

Clancy: I guess it gets filled up with junk pretty quick.

How was the process different this time to the You Tore Out My Heart EP?

Clancy: That was a bit more pieced together, we did the first song ‘Every Man Knows His Plague; And You Are Mine’ completely individually from the other three. Months, months difference. Another one was an older song, but the other two we developed in a couple weeks before we got in the studio. So two old songs, and two new songs stuck together. They were just the four songs we liked. Then with this EP we went in to record an album, and like Caleb said, four songs didn’t quite fit, or more that they stood on their own a little bit more.

Caleb: I would say it’s more like a bridging between what we are writing for this album, and the last EP. It just feels like it’s got the elements. I think the album’s going to be a lot bigger sounding, and these songs are still a little bit more intimate.

Clancy: Slightly different tone. While this current EP is kind of putting to rest some other ideas and things that have been floating around without a home. Because of that, they got their own little EP. And now this thing actually sounds really unified, because of that. There were definitely a few songs that we recorded earlier this year, that we wont put on an EP.

Caleb: Contained is pretty correct, I’d say that this EP is contained.

And what was the last song recorded for the EP?

Caleb: ‘Song Despite Apathy’ was the last one recorded, but that was an old song.

Clancy: Yeah the single was the last one we recorded.

Which happens a lot.

Clancy: Yeah, it’s because you listen to them so much in the studio, and you’re like ‘I’m sick of these damn songs!’ [laughs]. Then there’s that one you’ve listen to so much less, and you’re like ‘That one’s pretty good!’.

Where does the band write and practice?

Caleb: We practice between Soundpark Studio and Three Phase Rehearsal Studios. We like to go in to the studio and do it.

Clancy: We don’t really have a set formula for how we make anything. When we get in there, we like to play them together. Sometimes Caleb will send us something and be like ‘How about this?’, and we mess with it or think about it.

Caleb: A lot of it is just sending each other messages with ideas and stuff. We try to do demoing where we have half or little bits, and then kind of rearrange it. I don’t think it works as well as just getting together in a room. It only complicates stuff.

How often would these catch ups be?

Caleb: Once every couple weeks.

Clancy: It’s always ongoing.

 

What were the influences this time, were they different to the first EP? Was there anything you were trying to change or include?

Caleb: Maybe like, slightly less poppy.

Clancy: Slightly more dramatic I guess?

Caleb: I really like how ‘Easy’ and stuff turned out, but that’s definitely put us into more poppy territory.

Clancy: It’s a bit sweeter than this EP. This EP isn’t sounding super bright everywhere.

Caleb: Yeah, the first EP sounded softer.

The dynamics, or yourself from a vocal standpoint?

Caleb: A bit of both really.

Clancy: I guess this one’s slightly darker.

Did you feel bolder coming into it, because you’d now had feedback on what you had previously done?

Caleb: Absolutely bolder. I think the first time you put anything out through a label, you’re like ‘Wow, this actually represents me now,’ and someone can look back at this and it can’t be erased off the internet.

So it’s like a small tattoo, you can kind of hide it, but it’s always there.

Caleb: [laughs] Yeah. On this EP we had stuff like ‘Lonely People’ and ‘I Hate That You’re Happy’ that are not exactly daring, but ‘I Hate That You’re Happy’ is super messy. I tried to do that song 100 different times, and it never sounded as emotional as that first time I did it.

Clancy: We were more willing to commit to what a song needed as opposed to what might sound…

Caleb: Right to get played on radio.

You weren’t trying to compromise as much.

Clancy: Yeah. We are not trying to put our foot in the door anymore. We know we’ve got a range, so we’re kind of like just exploring certain ideas of it.

You feel like the audience will come to you, instead of you coming to them.

Caleb: Yeah. Like we know when we wrote ‘Milo Tin’ that it would get played on radio, but I don’t think I need to do that anymore. I don’t need to write music to get played..

Clancy: I don’t think we ever went ‘Let’s write radio friendly songs,’ but we’ve definitely not been afraid to write radio friendly music. If that makes sense.

How did the ‘Milo Tin’ video clip come about, and how fun was that?

Clancy: [laughs] Yeah, that was produced by Daniel Dunn. He and some of the other boys were working on the idea and they sent it through to us. And I was like ‘It’s a cool idea — let us add some ideas!’. I knew Dan from Inverloch, actually. So I guess that was my music clique [laughs].

Caleb: You’ve got a bit of a film clique [laughs].

Clancy: It was really good fun. I got a bunch of my mates in to act in it. They were funny. Lots of laughs.

Caleb: It was weird. We shot in St.Kilda.

Clancy: Well they wouldn’t close the store for us, so like while our clerk was doing his job, there was an actual clerk just like sitting next to him. Like off screen the whole time [laughs]. Just waiting and then people would just walk in front of the shots.

Caleb: Like old people in robes and stuff.

Were you tempted to include them in?

Caleb: [laughs] We should’ve, we should’ve just got one random guy in. They were pretty funny.

Back on the EP, who helped produced it?

Clancy: Steven Schram. Who also did the last one, and ‘Milo Tin’, and has been working with us on the album. He’s our best mate, him and George (his dog).

Caleb: Andrei Eremin mastered it.

Clancy: Which goes back to what you said earlier about going in more confident, because we were going back to work with Steven again. It was like ‘Alright, we know who you are, we get each other a bit more now.’ Makes it that much easier and really comfortable when going in to try and make some new music.

Caleb: He’s very easy to work with. We did ten songs in ten days. Which is pretty good.

Clancy: It’s insane.

Does he generally go with what you’re doing, or give constructive feedback?

Caleb: He’s constructive, but he just let’s us do whatever we want.

Clancy: He’s not afraid to tell us what sucked. So that’s good.

 

Caleb: He would never do something that was against what we wanted to do — push his vision on it. But I think that’s because our vision is pretty in line, on the same page. And I think before we go in to the studio, because we don’t want to waste money, and because we do waste such a lot of time in the process getting up to that point, we nail down the songs, so we know exactly what we want. It’s not like we go in there with like half fleshed out ideas and sit around the studio for two days trying to work it out. We will just play it, play it, and play it and he just records until we get a good take.

Clancy: I think that comes from our four personalties not wanting to waste time.

Caleb: When it comes to money. We waste time on other things [laughs].

So how far are you into the recording of the LP?

Caleb: There’s like six songs that we’ve done, but we are going to go back in the studio and do another eight or so. Then we’ll probably choose ten or twelve.

Clancy: Depending on how many we can’t say no to.

Caleb: But we have like four new singles, four songs that we really love. Then we are going to see how the other songs fit around those ones. They’re going to be the foundation of that album.

This is for release early, mid next year?

Caleb: Yeah. I’d like to have it early next year.

Clancy: That’s the plan, we will see how we go for time.

Would this coincide with a potential tour overseas next year?

Caleb: Yeah we did want to go to CMJ this year, but it got canceled. Hopefully it comes back next, we would love to do it. We would be up for playing SXSW, if we get accepted.

Would SXSW push forward the release of the album?

Caleb: Maybe, not sure.

Clancy: I feel like we are all a bit too obsessive to rush the album for any tour. If we’re not happy with it, we will sit on it.

Until then, what are the summer plans here?

Caleb: Tour starts in November, then I’m going away for a little bit over January, I haven’t had a holiday for a while. We have a couple of parties and stuff that we’re getting organised.

Clancy: And hopefully getting back in the studio.

Caleb: I think that’s going to be our main priority at the end of January.

 


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22 Mar Ripe’s Australian Chart (22/3/16)

Ripe’s Australian Chart is our weekly rotation of the best new music by Australian artists released in the last month. With so much great local music coming out at the moment, we’ve got a huge pile of 40 tracks in this week’s playlist.

We start at #39 with another track from the Brisbane record label Tenth Court, giving the label now three tracks in the chart. This time we have ‘Sunshine Song‘ by Sydney2000 off their new untitled six track EP. If you dig gritty, lo-fi garage rock then dig into Tenth Court’s catalog. Next we skip down to #28 with ‘Everyday‘ by Edward Vanzet from Melbourne. Edward is the younger brother of Jack Vanzet A.K.A. Thrupence. ‘Everyday’ is the titled track off a new four track EP and Washed Out fans will find it’s calm pacing, very comforting.

Galapagoose from Melbourne makes a return at #26 with ‘Free By One‘. It’s not clear if it’s a new single or what the context of the song is from, but if you dig the rhythmic patterns of Footwork music and the more spaced out moments of Flying Lotus. Then ‘Free By One’ will interest you. We stay in Melbourne at #21 for the pioneers of jazz-gaze – Cool Sounds. In-jokes aside, ‘In Blue Skies‘ will feature on their forthcoming debut album Dance Moves on Deaf Ambitions. ‘In Blue Skies’ is perfectly seasoned for Autumn with its nostalgic lust wanting to save a relationship about to end.

At #16 Sampa The Great has teamed up with Remi for ‘For Good‘. It’s the first single from Remi’s forthcoming album Divas and Demons, but it’s Sampa The Great who continues to steal the show. Her verse doesn’t kick in until the back half of the track, but it’s worth staying tuned for. She’s growing into a showstopper, who everyone is going to want to collaborate with and I’m not talking about just in Australia. The Murlocs are back and slide into #11 with ‘Young Blindness‘ off their latest 11 track album of the same name. ‘Young Blindness’ maintains the consistent standards set by the country-psych band and comes with a video-clip resembling an animation you’d find in the trippy Adult Swim series Off The Air. Next month the Melbourne band are touring Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Fremantle.

Black Cab jump into the top ten with ‘Uniforms‘ at #9. You may have witnessed the dark-electronic Melbourne band at the recent Golden Plains festival. ‘Uniforms’ has heavy roots in ’80s music, but the Perturbator-esque, trance-state synths played by Mikey Young are too euphoric to turn away from. The trio are playing their ‘Uniforms’ single launches in both Melbourne and Sydney in May.

The track of the week however belongs to White Lodge from the Gold Coast with ‘Bella-Union Creep‘ at #3. White Lodge follow in the footsteps of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever with that carefree, hair to the wind, simultaneously loose in nature and yet tight in garage rock execution. Throw in that bridge section switch up and wicked guitar solo and ‘Bella-Union Creep’ is a flat-out jam. Can someone please bring this band down to Melbourne immediately.


40. Bent – ‘Skeleton Man’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #40


39. Sydney2000 – ‘Sunshine Song’

Uploaded: March 17th


38. Tourist Dollars – ‘Horse Girl’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #39


37. Mope City — ‘Letterbomb’

Uploaded: March 9th | Last Week: #37


36. Spookyland — ‘Big Head’

Uploaded: March 10th | Last Week: #36


35. Wireheads – ‘Arrive Alive’

Uploaded: March 14th | Last Week: #35


34. Blake Gilray – ‘Guru Glock (Preview)’

Uploaded: March 1st | Last Week: #34


33. Ariela Jacobs – ‘Lost’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #33


32. Milwaukee Banks – ‘Reincarnated’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #32


31. Lucianblomkamp – ‘The Overman’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #31


30. Arvo Tanty – ‘Forget This Mourning’

Uploaded: February 26th | Last Week: #30


29. Gonzo Jones – ‘Misty Dreams’

Uploaded: March 8th | Last Week: #29


28. Edward Vanzet – ‘Everyday’

Uploaded: March 13th


27. The Pretty Littles – ‘Pride’

Uploaded: March 23rd | Last Week: #28


26. Galapagoose – ‘Free By One’

Uploaded: February 28th


25. A.M. Limonata – ‘After Midnight Special’

Uploaded: February 28th | Last Week: #27


24. Tiny Little Houses – ‘You Tore Out My Heart (Anatole Remix)’

Uploaded: March 2nd | Last Week: #25


23. Smile – ‘Old Boys’

Uploaded: March 9th | Last Week: #24


22. Bad Vision – ‘Goons’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #22


21. Cool Sounds – ‘In Blue Skies’

Uploaded: March 17th


20. Antony & Cleopatra – ‘Love Is A Lonely Dancer (Amateur Dance Remix)’

Uploaded: March 12th | Last Week: #21


19. The Goon Sax ‘Up To Anything’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #20


18. Nasty Mars – ‘Sundaynight’

Uploaded: March 11th | Last Week: #19


17. Tiny Little Houses – ‘Milo Tin’

Uploaded: March 13th | Last Week: #18


16. Remi ft. Sampa The Great – ‘For Good’

Uploaded: March 16th


15. Rainbow Chan – ‘Nest’

Uploaded: March 3rd | Last Week: #17


14. Mall Grab – ‘Down’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #16


13. Hoodlem – ‘4 Real’

Uploaded: March 11th | Last Week: #14


12. Loose Tooth – ‘Sherry’

Uploaded: March 4th | Last Week: #13


11. The Murlocs – ‘Young Blindness’

Uploaded: March 15th


10. The Goods ft. Unkle H – ‘Only One’

Uploaded: March 11th | Last Week: #11


9. Black Cab – ‘Uniforms’

Uploaded: March 9th


8. Summer Flake – ‘Wine Won’t Wash Away’

Uploaded: February 27th | Last Week: #9


7. Ciggie Witch – ‘Meet Me In The Middle’

Uploaded: March 2nd | Last Week: #8


6. SHOUSE – ‘Support Structure’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #7


5. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Gamma Knife’

Uploaded: March 8th | Last Week: #5


4. Asdasfr Bawd – ‘Underpass’

Uploaded: March 12th | Last Week: #4


3. White Lodge – ‘Bella-Union Creep’

Uploaded: March 15th


2. Jamal Amir – ‘Got Something’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #3


1. Julia Jacklin – ‘Pool Party’

Uploaded: March 7th | Last Week: #2

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16 Mar Ripe’s Australian Chart (16/3/16)

 

Ripe’s Australian Chart is our weekly rotation of the best new music by Australian artists released in the last month. With so much great local music coming out at the moment, we’ve got a huge pile of 40 tracks in this week’s playlist.

We start this week with one of two new inclusions from the Brisbane label Tenth Court. At #37 we first have Mope City‘s latest offering ‘Letterbomb‘ from their new Petri-Dish LP. It’s short and sweet, but it should be enough to put the band on your radar. We head down to Sydney for #36 with Spookyland and their new single ‘Big Head‘ off their upcoming debut LP Beauty Already Beautiful. If you’re at SXSW this week in Austin, Texas, I’d recommended checking out their giant sound live in person.

The second entry from Tenth Court comes in at #35 with ‘Arrive Alive‘ by Wireheads. If you enjoy the meandering and humorous side of Parquet Courts, then keep an eye out for this Adelaide band’s next album, which will apparently feature 20 musicians including members of Bent, Day Ravies and Bitch Prefect. At #29 down in Melbourne we have Good Manners‘ latest signing Gonzo Jones and his first single ‘Misty Dreams‘. The single is off his debut EP Misty Dreams and it has a tropical vibe washed over its dream-pop roots.

The Pretty Littles from Melbourne come in at #28 with ‘Pride‘. If you’re looking for a chorus to shout out loud at a gig, then check out their ‘Pride’ single launch at the John Curtin Hotel in Melbourne this Friday the 18th of March. We stay in Melbourne for #24 with ‘Old Boys‘ by Smile off their second LP Rhythm Method out April 1st on Smooch Records. If you’re looking for a band in the vein of Galaxie 500, then you’ll dig this one.

At #21, Melbourne’s Amateur Dance has cleaned up the song ‘Love Is A Lonely Dancer‘ by Antony & Cleopatra and turned it into a smooth house track – you know it’s a good remix when you prefer it to the original. Next, Chapter Music have just released the debut album by the Melbourne band The Goon Sax titled Up To Anything. The band, consisting of three teenagers, caught our attention with catchy singles ‘Sometimes Accidentally‘ and ‘Boyfriend‘. ‘Up To Anything‘ is the album’s opening track and proves by this point that the band already have a natural songwriting knack at their young age.

Nasty Mars provides some spaced out, lo-fi hip-hop at #19 with ‘Sundaynight‘. The Melbourne artist is often associated with another favourite of ours Baro. Nasty Mars even displays his diverse talents by laying down some additional guitar on the track. Tiny Little Houses caught our attention late last year with their debut EP You Tore My Heart and a standout performance at the Paradise Music Festival. Their new track ‘Milo Tin‘ comes in #18 and it still contains that The Smashing Pumpkins Melon-Collie sound, but it’s less heartbroken than any of the tracks off last year’s EP.

The Melbourne alt-RnB duo Hoodlem continue their promising start with ‘4 Real‘ at #14. ‘4 Real’ is apparently a ‘made for the headphones’ experience, while remaining danceable and sociable at the same time. Their self-titled debut EP is out March 25th. One of Milk! Records latest signings Loose Tooth come in at #13 with ‘Sherry‘ off their forthcoming debut EP Saturn Returns. If you’re a fan of the debut album by Wild Nothing, then you’ll get hooked by ‘Sherry’. Their EP launch is on the 22nd of April at The Gasometer Hotel in Melbourne.

András has dropped a five-track EP titled Untitled via Superconscious Records and the first track ‘T.N.T.F‘ finds itself at #12 in the chart. He’s jokingly labeled the collection of tracks ‘Horny-Australiana’, and it’s kind of hard to tell how seriously he’s taking himself on this release, but the slick moulding of sonic textures is impressive regardless. Back up in Sydney the duo The Goods have teamed up with Unkle H for ‘Only One‘ at #11. ‘Only One’ channels artists like Reggie Watts, and I don’t imagine this track remaining completely unknown for very long. After one listen, I was actually expecting The Goods to be a big act that I had somehow never heard about. Their debut LP is set for release in April via Personal Best Records.

At #5 we have the return of Melbourne’s King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard with ‘Gamma Knife‘. Their next album Nonagon Infinity will be their eighth album in four years, and while their psych-jam sound can at times feel limited, it’s hard not to enjoy ‘Gamma Knife’ when it really sounds like the band themselves had fun recording it. They went into the studio apparently looking to focus on what felt good live, and that’s a smart move if you’ve ever witnessed their memorable live sets. The Melbourne label Solitaire Records, run by the members of the former group I’lls, continues to dominate Australia in 2016 with the release of Asdasfr Bawd‘s EP Underpass. Asdasfr Bawd is a classical composer at Melbourne University who apparently also knows how to easily create a house banger. The production on the EP’s title track is a lesson in fine art. It’s heavily-detailed on a micro scale, while ultimately still able to get anybody dancing immediately.

This week’s track of the week comes very close to nabbing the #1 spot in the chart. I didn’t know anything about Sydney’s Julia Jacklin until last week, and while she may sound a lot like Angel Olsen and Sharon Van Etten, ‘Pool Party‘ is almost impossible to dislike. It’s wholesome, rich in tones, and Julia can flat out sing with character. I wouldn’t change a single thing about ‘Pool Party’. She’s currently playing all week at SXSW in Austin, Texas and then you can catch her back in Australia touring Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney starting late April.

 


40. Bent – ‘Skeleton Man’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #34


39. Tourist Dollars – ‘Horse Girl’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #31


38. Great Earthquake — ‘Thought Broadcasting’

Uploaded: February 21st | Last Week: #29


37. Mope City — ‘Letterbomb’

Uploaded: March 9th


36. Spookyland — ‘Big Head’

Uploaded: March 10th


35. Wireheads – ‘Arrive Alive’

Uploaded: March 14th


34. Blake Gilray – ‘Guru Glock (Preview)’

Uploaded: March 1st | Last Week: #26


33. Ariela Jacobs – ‘Lost’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #25


32. Milwaukee Banks – ‘Reincarnated’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #24


31. Lucianblomkamp – ‘The Overman’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #23


30. Arvo Tanty – ‘Forget This Mourning’

Uploaded: February 26th | Last Week: #22


29. Gonzo Jones – ‘Misty Dreams’

Uploaded: March 8th


28. The Pretty Littles – ‘Pride’

Uploaded: March 23rd


27. A.M. Limonata – ‘After Midnight Special’

Uploaded: February 28th | Last Week: #18


26. Wax Witches – ‘Morning Flowers’

Uploaded: February 17th | Last Week: #17


25. Tiny Little Houses – ‘You Tore Out My Heart (Anatole Remix)’

Uploaded: March 2nd | Last Week: #16


24. Smile – ‘Old Boys’

Uploaded: March 9th


23. Low Lux – ‘Girls (Royal Headache cover)’

Uploaded: February 21st | Last Week: #15


22. Bad Vision – ‘Goons’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #14


21. Antony & Cleopatra – ‘Love Is A Lonely Dancer (Amateur Dance Remix)’

Uploaded: March 12th


20. The Goon Sax ‘Up To Anything’

Uploaded: February 24th


19. Nasty Mars – ‘Sundaynight’

Uploaded: March 11th


18. Tiny Little Houses – ‘Milo Tin’

Uploaded: March 13th


17. Rainbow Chan – ‘Nest’

Uploaded: March 3rd | Last Week: #13


16. Mall Grab – ‘Down’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #12


15. Lower Spectrum – ‘Masquerade’

Uploaded: Febraury 19th | Last Week: #11


14. Hoodlem – ‘4 Real’

Uploaded: March 11th


13. Loose Tooth – ‘Sherry’

Uploaded: March 4th


12. András – ‘T.N.T.F’

Uploaded: February 17th


11. The Goods ft. Unkle H – ‘Only One’

Uploaded: March 11th


10. Snake And Friends – ‘Missus And The Masses’

Uploaded: February 21st | Last Week: #9


9. Summer Flake – ‘Wine Won’t Wash Away’

Uploaded: February 27th | Last Week: #8


8. Ciggie Witch – ‘Meet Me In The Middle’

Uploaded: March 2nd | Last Week: #7


7. SHOUSE – ‘Support Structure’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #6


6. Cosmic Rays – ‘Teen Bank Robber On Heroin’

Uploaded: February 22nd | Last Week: #5


5. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Gamma Knife’

Uploaded: March 8th


4. Asdasfr Bawd – ‘Underpass’

Uploaded: March 12th


3. Jamal Amir – ‘Got Something’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #2


2. Julia Jacklin – ‘Pool Party’

Uploaded: March 7th


1. Nearly Oratorio – ‘Tin’

Uploaded: February 17th | Last Week: #1


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15 Mar Trading Tunes with Tiny Little Houses

Late last year the Melbourne four piece Tiny Little Houses caught our attention with the heartbreaking four track You Tore My Heart Out EP and then they were one of the more talked about artists after their set at the Paradise Music Festival. They bring back the sad boy sounds of Smashing Pumpkins and Placebo with distinct and sharp songwriting.

Now they are back with a new track called ‘Milo Tin‘. Before Tiny Little Houses become a household name in 2016, they’ve sent us five of their current favourite tunes from female fronted bands or artists. Have a read and listen below.


Alvvays – ‘Party Police’

“I had the fortune of seeing Alvvays play an incredible show last week at the Northcote Social Club. Molly spins tales of heartbreak wrapped in nostalgia. ‘Party Police‘ is one of their best songs on an already stellar album. “Walking through the trees, I never really know whats on your mind, is it ever me, or just someone you’ve left behind”. ”


Slowdive – ‘Sleep’

Rachel Goswell is actually my dream girl. She has the voice of an angel and their music is heavenly and intricate. Sleep has one of the prettiest chord progressions I’ve ever heard and there’s this depressive quality to the track which makes me feel like the earths gravity is somehow focused on my chest when I listen to it.”


Babaganouj – ‘Bluff’

“I was discussing this track the other day with a friend and we both agreed that ‘Bluff‘ was an instant classic for us. A band deserving of far more attention and who sound like they genuinely time traveled from the early ’90s to deliver this gem of a song to the modern world.”


The Cranberries – ‘Dreams’

Dolores O’Riordan is another of my favourite female artists. I fell in love with The Cranberries from when I was a child thanks to the family CD collection. There’s something ever familiar and calming about this tune that sounds like it was concocted from a long forgotten Celtic dream.”


Tracey Chapman – ‘Fast Car’

“Fast car is one of those songs that sound as fresh as the day it was recorded. There’s something in her phrasing and vocal delivery which is so unique, honest and full of despair. The amount of times my dad played this song on me as a kid left an everlasting impression, and I think she subtly influenced my own songwriting today.”


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08 Mar Ripe’s Australian Chart (8/3/16)

 

Ripe’s Australian Chart is our weekly rotation of the best new music by Australian artists released in the last month. With so much great local music coming out at the moment, we’ve got a huge pile of 35 tracks in this week’s playlist.

 

We start this week at #35 with ‘Magic Button‘ by Twelve Point Buck, who come from outside of Sydney in the Blue Mountains. The lo-fi and casual fuzzy sounds of ‘Magic Button’ come from a new three track EP titled Cheezel Dust. You can catch them supporting Zeahorse at The Record Crate in Sydney on April 2nd. At #34 we head up north to Brisbane for the three piece garage band Bent, who released a video for ‘Skeleton Man‘. The aesthetic rawness and “I don’t give a fuck” attitude of the song and video give Bent this punk edge that manages to avoid sounding whiny or immature.

We have another new track at #31 from the emerging Melbourne label Deaf Ambitions (Leisure Suite, Crepes, Redspencer and Zone Out). This time it’s Tourist Dollars with ‘Horse Girl‘ off their upcoming debut EP. ‘Horse Girl’ was mastered by Mikey Young and somewhat reminds me of Kaiser Chiefs. At #26 we have Blake Gilray from Sydney with the addictive ‘Guru Glock (Preview)’. The 19 year old samples the video game Zelda and then throws on top a glockenspiel hook with effective results. This is the third time he’s featured in an Australian Ripe Chart, making it three from three now. Look out for this young sharp producer to make big splashes soon.

Back in Melbourne for $25 with Ariela Jacobs who uploaded a video for ‘Lost‘. ‘Lost’ reminds of Bat For Lashes and contains the most moving moment of the week, when Ariela sings “I can’t wait to be alone with you”. Her EP Yesteryear is now available on her bandcamp. We stay in Melbourne at #18 with ‘After Midnight Special‘ by A.M. Limonata. The disco-house track features on a new EP titled Mansion. You can catch After Midnight Limonata playing sets every Thursday this month at Boney in the CBD.

In Sydney at #16 where Anatole has released a remix of ‘You Tore Out My Heart‘ by Tiny Little Houses from Melbourne. Anatole has managed to make an already heartbreaking song, more heartbreaking with a sprinkle of orchestral intimacy. Anatole even attempts to play the flute for the first time on this remix. The diverse talents of Anatole intrigue me as a potential producer for Australian vocalists. At #14 the Melbourne garage rock band Bad Vision have released a video for ‘Goons‘. The video is a long one-take featuring the in and out movements of housemates in a sharehouse while the band play out back. Apparently the video took 15 attempts.

Rainbow Chan pops in at #13 with ‘Nest‘ off her forthcoming debut album later this year. The Sydney via Hong Kong alt-pop talent sings about a past relationship where she “built a nest for you”, but it was apparently “not enough for you”. I can’t help but wonder if the line “you’ll only remind me of bubble gum and ice cream kisses in in the sun” is referring to a Bubble O Bill. Newcastle’s Mall Grab continues to appear in these charts with ‘Down‘ at #12. ‘Down’ carries a huge Reality Testing by Lone vibe, and the execution is just as impressive. Mall Grab is heading to Europe later this year and is currently looking for bookings.

Melbourne’s Alistair Montfort has a new project called Snakes and Friends, which he’s somehow find time for between work with Dick Diver, Total Control, Lower Plenty and UV Race. The first single ‘Missus and the Masses‘ comes in at #9. Alistair isn’t taking himself too seriously with this project and it’s really endearing. The warped keyboard sound he throws in is hilarious and fun. We stay in Melbourne with ‘Meet Me In The Middle‘ by Ciggie Witch at #7. ‘Meet Me In The Middle’ is heavily nostaglic and filled with meticulous detailed touches, which make the song very replayable. I can see myself coming back to it all year.

The track of the week at #5 comes out of Melbourne from ScotDrakula‘s lead singer Matt Neumann‘s new side-project called Cosmic Rays. ‘Teen Bank Robbers On Heroin‘ is his first solo single and it’s catchy as hell. I’ve had multiple sections of this song stuck in my head all week. It’s somewhat a cross between ‘Take Me To The Riot‘ by Stars and ‘All My Friends‘ by LCD Soundsystem. If you’re familiar with ScotDrakula, you’ll immediately notice a completely different vocal approach and it this case it works. Matt has proven to be a clever song writer in the past with ScotDrakula, but unfortunately not a diverse one up until this point. However with this Cosmic Rays project, he take it anywhere he wants at this point, making his follow-up releases a must-watch in 2016.

 


35. Twelve Point Buck – ‘Magic Button’

Uploaded: February 29th


34. Bent – ‘Skeleton Man’

Uploaded: February 29th


33. James Blake – ‘Modern Soul (Asdasfr Bawd remix)’

Uploaded: February 13th | Last Week: #29


32. Leisure Suite – ‘Shame’

Uploaded: February 16th | Last Week: #28


31. Tourist Dollars – ‘Horse Girl’

Uploaded: February 29th


30. Diet- ‘The Rip’

Uploaded: February 11th | Last Week: #27


29. Great Earthquake — ‘Thought Broadcasting’

Uploaded: February 21st | Last Week: #26


28. Stina Tester & Cinta Masters – ‘Deep Sleep’

Uploaded: February 12th | Last Week: #25


27. Charles Murdoch – ‘Open (feat. Chloe Kaul)’

Uploaded: February 15th | Last Week: #24


26. Blake Gilray – ‘Guru Glock (Preview)’

Uploaded: March 1st


25. Ariela Jacobs – ‘Lost’

Uploaded: February 29th


24. Milwaukee Banks – ‘Reincarnated’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #23


23. Lucianblomkamp – ‘The Overman’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #22


22. Arvo Tanty – ‘Forget This Mourning’

Uploaded: February 26th | Last Week: #20


21. Hayden Calnin – ‘Cut Love’

Uploaded: February 9th | Last Week: #18


20. Jen Cloher – ‘Famously Monogamous’

Uploaded: February 14th | Last Week: #17


19. Mio – ‘Morning Sun (Dave Bixby cover)’

Uploaded: February 16th | Last Week: #16


18. A.M. Limonata – ‘After Midnight Special’

Uploaded: February 28th


17. Wax Witches – ‘Morning Flowers’

Uploaded: February 17th | Last Week: #15


16. Tiny Little Houses – ‘You Tore Out My Heart (Anatole Remix)’

Uploaded: March 2nd


15. Low Lux – ‘Girls (Royal Headache cover)’

Uploaded: February 21st | Last Week: #13


14. Bad Vision – ‘Goons’

Uploaded: February 29th


13. Rainbow Chan – ‘Nest’

Uploaded: March 3rd


12. Mall Grab – ‘Down’

Uploaded: February 29th


11. Lower Spectrum – ‘Masquerade’

Uploaded: Febraury 19th | Last Week: #12


10. Mexico City – ‘Rosewood Line’

Uploaded: February 9th | Last Week: #8


9. Snake And Friends – ‘Missus And The Masses’

Uploaded: February 21st


8. Summer Flake – ‘Wine Won’t Wash Away’

Uploaded: February 27th | Last Week: #7


7. Ciggie Witch – ‘Meet Me In The Middle’

Uploaded: March 2nd


6. SHOUSE – ‘Support Structure’

Uploaded: February 24th | Last Week: #6


5. Cosmic Rays – ‘Teen Bank Robber On Heroin’

Uploaded: February 22nd


4. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – ‘Write Back’

Uploaded: February 13th | Last Week: #4


3. Major Leagues – ‘Better Off’

Uploaded: February 10th | Last Week: #3


2. Jamal Amir – ‘Got Something’

Uploaded: February 29th | Last Week: #2


1. Nearly Oratorio – ‘Tin’

Uploaded: February 17th | Last Week: #1


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15 Nov Ripe’s Australian Chart (22/11/15)

Welcome to our latest feature – Ripe’s Australian Chart, where we post an update every Sunday on our top tracks uploaded in the past month by Australian artists, ranked all the way to #1. You’ll find our chart below, and a weekly playlist on the Ripe SoundCloud.

We start at #25 this week with RÜFÜS (or RÜFÜS DU SOL if you’re not from Australia) and their latest single ‘Innerbloom‘, off their second album Bloom, set for release January 22nd. ‘Innerbloom’ is over nine minutes in length, making it their most ambitious song to date, and I hope Bloom features more ambitious tracks of this kind. Next we have The Delicates from the Gold Coast with ‘Chimera’, a track you’ll enjoy if you’re into the dreamy, crisp guitar work of bands such as Widowspeak or Fear Of Men. At #23 we have Zone Out from Melbourne, who are a duo made up of Ashley Bundang (Totally Mild, Sui Zhen, Ciggie Witch) and Dove Bailey (Scotdrakula). ‘So Bright‘ sounds like Beach House covering an early The Pains of Being Pure at Heart song.

#22 is by Caleb Jacobs aka Plum out of Sydney. ‘Reveal’ is off Plum’s new EP, Black Doris. If the synth-driven work by Wild Nothing or TOPS keeps you warm inside at night, give this EP a listen. Deer have teamed up with Martin King (The Harpoons) for ‘All Alone‘. I’m not a huge fan of the EDM pre-drop, build up moments, but otherwise the chemistry between the two is definitely saucy.

Mic Mills’ remix of ‘Take Your Time’ by Oisima at #16 is still the most impactful remix of the past month, but this isn’t the last time in this list that Adelaide producers will be using each other. We head back to Sydney for #19 with Antonio Rosselli Del Turco aka Ribongia. ‘Journeys’ is taken from the forthcoming EP, Escapisms. The scattered, Caribbean house rhythm is full of detailed surprises and interplay between all its glitchy keyboards. Tiny Little Houses from Melbourne go all Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness on ‘You Tore Out My Heart’ at #18, which sounds exactly as its title suggests it would.

I’ve found my Australian version of Wooden Wand in Max Savage out of Adelaide. His new song ‘Baby Don’t Cry‘ features my favourite lyric of the week – “Everytime I write about you, I write about me”. We’re back in Melbourne for #16 garage band Diet, who blend the liberty of Eddy Current Suppression Ring with vocals similar to those of Morrissey from The Smiths. We stay in Melbourne (and on a similar health kick) for Nutrition, who used to be a duo, but the recent decision to turn into a solo project appears to have not affected the quality one bit. ‘Advice Needed‘ has serious house chops in the vein of Daniel Avery.

No Zu spice up the this list at #14 with ‘Hi Gloss’ off their new four-song EP of the same name. This eight-piece band (who are known to extend beyond eight members at times) may base themselves in Melbourne, but they take sounds from every continent to create music that’s frankly not from this current world. Marcus Whale of Collarbones is having a go at the solo thing ahead of his set at Paradise Music Festival. His first single, ‘If’, is apparently only a demo, but still gets a #13 rank on our list. It’s more internal than his work with Collarbones, drawing comparisons to early How To Dress Well and Oscar Key Sung productions.

Speaking of O.K.S., he’s teamed up with producer Charles Murdoch for ‘Privacy feat. Oscar Key Sung’ at #12, a track set to feature on Charles’ debut album, Pointvia Future Classic on December 11. ‘Privacy‘ is far darker and thicker than any of Oscar’s previous work and it’s an interesting angle for him, really playing well into his despairing vocals. We remain in Melbourne for #11: ‘Negative Energy‘ by Asdasfr Bawd, a name I still can’t pronounce out loud. Luckily for him it doesn’t matter, because the future garage-influenced beats continue to impress all ears aware of this young producer, who is ready to break out once his EP, Underpass, is released on March 7, 2016.

I already really liked track #10, ‘Hand‘, leading up to this post, but I saw the band live at The Tote in Melbourne recently and now I can’t stop playing it. The Dead Heir remind me of a more psychedelic Magnetic Fields, and the track features on a recent EP, The Dead Heir Go Wild. We are still in Melbourne for ‘Give Me Your Love’ by Lisa Salvo, #9 on the list. This track actually first appeared on the internet as early as the start of 2014, but was recently re-uploaded on her SoundCloud account, and it’s still as effective and beautiful as the first time I heard it. Consider her as Melbourne’s younger version of Grouper.

At #8 we have a trio collaboration of emerging Adelaide producers Arthur Miles, Babicka and HVCK, who all release music through the label, Untzz Rec. I’ve been praising this label for a while now because they never let me down, and ‘The Prince’ is no exception. Every time I hear Arthur Miles before realising it’s him, I think I’m listening to one of the biggest names currently in electronic music. Lower Spectrum puts Perth on the map here at #7 with his latest track ‘Proxima’. It’s from the forthcoming EP, New Haze, and it takes the kind of gospel samples Moby used to use and thrusts them into the near future.

Back in Melbourne, Sleep D continue to validate why their label Butter Sessions are local legends. It doesn’t matter how tired you are, one spin of ‘Backstreets‘ will have you heading towards the Melbourne venue The Mercat – something I did a few nights ago to catch Sleep D’s set. Also in Melbourne, Amateur Dance just dropped a four-track EP titled It’s Really Something. The opening title track sprawls for 10 minutes as it swiftly pulses like the more recent work of The Field – very euphoric.

#4 is back up in Sydney with Movement, the band who took out the #1 position in our Top 100 Australian Songs of the Year 2014 list with ‘Like Lust’. ‘Lace‘ is only a demo, but it’s good to hear that the band haven’t lost any of that intoxicating, sexual atmosphere that’s so hard to resist. I had to double check that #3 wasn’t secretly Angel Olsen. Phantastic Ferniture may have a star in the making with the vocalist Julia Jacklin, and I’m not stretching here. The quality of ‘Gap Year‘ is what you expect from a band signed to Matador records.

It’s hard to find information on The Shards. All I know is that they’re from Melbourne and they’re lyrically on point with the smartphone generation, when they sing “You’ve got me sitting here, second guessing. I’m checking my phone, checking and checking, you’ve got me second guessing. If you’re alone”. The instrumentation in ‘Making Shape Out Of The Ground‘ is incredibly rewarding upon further spins, revealing clever minor touches, that one may miss on the first couple listens. It’s tricky to pin point who they sound like exactly, maybe Julian Lynch?

However, this week’s #1 has to be ‘Cab Deg’ by Good Morning. This young band from Melbourne impressed me at CMJ in New York last month – with ‘Cab Deg’ always closing their sets – and now that it’s online, I play it everyday. As soon as I hear that opening guitar, I get really excited for February 2016 when the Glory album is set to be released. Good luck getting the chorus out of your head anytime soon. It’s going to be a breakout summer for Good Morning.

 

25. RÜFÜS – ‘Innerbloom’

Uploaded: November 20th


24. The Delicates – ‘Chimera’

Uploaded: November 5th


23. Zone Out – ‘So Bright’

Uploaded: November 19th


22. Plum – ‘Reveal’

Uploaded: November 14th


21. Deer – ‘All Alone Ft Martin King’

Uploaded: November 17th


20. Oisima – ‘Take Your Time (Mic Mills Remix)’

Uploaded: October 22nd


19. Ribongia – ‘Journeys’

Uploaded: October 27th


18. Tiny Little Houses – ‘You Tore Out My Heart’

Uploaded: October 28th


17. Max Savage – ‘Baby Don’t Cry’

Uploaded: November 18th


16. Diet – ‘Your House’

Uploaded: October 22nd


15. Nutrition – ‘Advise Needed’

Uploaded: November 19th


14. NO ZU – ‘Hi Gloss’

Uploaded: November 5th


13. Marcus Whale – ‘If (Demo)’

Uploaded: November 10th


12. Charles Murdoch – ‘Privacy feat. Oscar Key Sung’

Uploaded: November 7th


11. Asdasfr Bawd – ‘Negative Energy’

Uploaded: November 4th


10. The Dead Heir – ‘Hand’

Uploaded: November 4th


9. Lisa Salvo – ‘Give Me Your Love’

Uploaded: November 7th


8. Arthur Miles – ‘The Prince Feat. Babicka & HVCK’

Uploaded: November 11th


7. Lower Spectrum – ‘Proxima’

Uploaded: November 13th


6. Sleep D – ‘Backstreets’

Uploaded: November 17th


5. Amateur Dance – ‘It’s Really Something’

Uploaded: November 6th


4. Movement – ‘Lace (Demo)’

Uploaded: November 11th


3. Phantastic Ferniture – ‘Gap Year’

Uploaded: November 12th


2. The Shards – ‘Making Shapes Out Of The Ground’

Uploaded: October 23rd


1. Good Morning – ‘Cab Deg’

Uploaded: November 6th


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