The Japanese House Releases Gorgeous New Video for “Saw You In a Dream”

The Japanese House has just dropped a new video for her latest single, “Saw You In a Dream” and yes, it is as gorgeous as the tune itself. We follow Amber Bain …

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“Sign of the Times” Is A Historical Moment In Music By Harry Styles

Releasing his debut single this week is Harry Styles, titled “Sign of the Times”. He is famous for being one-fourth of One Direction, who are currently on hiatu …

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Polographia remixes Xavier Dunn’s ‘Give In’ Ft. Airling

The Polographia boys have just dropped a seriously sweet remix of Sydney newcomer, Xavier Dunn’s delightful track, ‘Give In’ featuring Aussie angel Airling. …

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BANKS Is Back and “Better” Than Ever

After critics and fans alike had their minds blown by her debut album Goddess, BANKS has returned with another smash. It’s a seductive, raspy-toned power ballad c …

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Summer Heart Releases ‘The Forbidden’ Off Upcoming EP

Swedish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, David Alexander, recently released his latest single, The Forbidden, for his solo project, Summer Heart. The tr …

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Niall Horan goes solo with debut single ‘This Town’

It’s been a big freaking week for us directioners. First Harry Styles appeared as the star for Another Man on three, I repeat THREE magazine covers and secondly, …

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Little May On The Bands Ever-Changing Dynamic And Their Quest To Find A Band Puppy

It was only a year ago that Sydney band Little May released their debut album ‘For The Company’, but the band have already played a string of sellout shows thro …

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Vera Blue Evolves with Debut Album Perennial

Ahead of her first solo headline performance at Splendour In The Grass, Vera Blue – the project from unstoppable singer songwriter Celia Pavey – has release …

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Must-see acts at ZOO Laneway Party

Helmed by progressive Melbourne bars Section 8 and Ferdyduke, ZOO Laneway Party will return this year at the end of Melbourne Music Week on the 25th November. The b …

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Camp Cope announce new album ‘How to Socialise & Make Friends’

  Following on from their 2016 self-titled debut, the nine-track album canvasses a wide range of issues, from the importance of independence (“Animal and Rea …

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