Tuesday, July 11, 2017
New tracks coming up from Down Under
Little Indie casts its ears and eyes over more of the latest sounds to emerge recently from Down Under.
PACIFIC TIDE - 3:15
The Perth three-piece follow last summer's debut 'Tell Me About It' with this latest, produced by Mason Vellios, that tells a story about inexperience and naivety at a young age mixed with the excitement of growing up, and new relationships. Big, bold drum rolls and beefy bass combine with catchy melodies and thoughtful lyrics.
THE DELICATES - TOO YOUNG
Lead track from the Gold Coast's surf-dreampop outfit's self-titled six-track psychedelic tinged EP released in June. The guitars sound trippy, while Shani Ishigaki's voice casts an hypnotic spell.
WILD HONEY - BREAK AWAY
The Sydney five-piece follow last year's self-titled debut EP and lead single 'Eye To Eye', with this addictively anthemic first track - recorded with Jack Moffitt (The Preatures, Mosquito Coast) - off their upcoming debut full-length.
GREAT OUTDOORS - KEEP YOUR FOCUS
The Melbourne garage pop trio, formerly the solo venture of Zach Schneider (also of Free Time and Totally Mild), follow first single 'Part Ways' with this kraut-tinged catchy taste of their second album 'Fake News' released last month.
SAATSUMA - STAY
New self-produced single from the Melbourne electronic duo - Memphis Kelly and Cesar Rodrigues - which they say explores the “irrationality of desire and the process of losing yourself in a fight to obtain the unattainable.” Four minutes of dark textures, seductive vocals and electronic layers.
LUCALION - MAGIC
18-year-old Brisbane electronic artist Sam Bradley weaves some magic on this 80s inspired, synth-pop debut single.