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Olly Alexander is chasing himself in Years & Years’ clip for ‘Starstruck’

Olly Alexander is chasing himself in Years & Years’ clip for ‘Starstruck’

Olly Alexander delivered a groundbreaking performance earlier this year in the TV series It’s a Sin. Now he’s back to making music as Years & Years’ with his latest tune Starstruck.  The song is the first release from Years & Year’s upcoming third album, due out later this year. Alexander recently shared that the band is now a […]

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Tina Arena returns with new tune ‘Church’ as her Australian tour kicks off

Tina Arena returns with new tune ‘Church’ as her Australian tour kicks off

Tina Arena has released her new single Church ahead of her Australian tour getting underway. It’s the singers first new English language release in 5 years and the track was written alongside collaborators Mattias Lindblom, Tania Doko and Michael Zlanabitnig. The song was recorded in with some close friends in a tiny church in Sweden, with ex-Duran […]

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KUČKA shares debut album ‘Wrestling’ alongside single ‘Your World’

KUČKA shares debut album ‘Wrestling’ alongside single ‘Your World’

Today, KUČKA, finally shares her debut album Wrestling, out now via Soothsayer / LuckyMe. Binding R&B, jazz, new age and electro influences together to create autobiographical stories on growth, love and journeying. Her debut album is the result of a tough but fruitful transition in her life, spanning love, conflict, sexuality and maturity. The result […]

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Jessie Ware shares ‘Please’ ahead of ‘What’s Your Pleasure’ platinum edition

Jessie Ware shares ‘Please’ ahead of ‘What’s Your Pleasure’ platinum edition

2021 has been an incredible year so far for Jessie Ware. What’s Your Pleasure? re-entered the UK Top 10 following a brilliant Graham Norton performance of Remember Where You Are which has proved itself to be one of Jessie’s most connective singles to date. In addition, Jessie has two BRITs nominations, one for Female Solo artist […]

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Mykki Blanco drops dreamy single ‘Love Me’ ahead of mini-album release

Mykki Blanco is excited to announce the June 18 release of a new mini-album, Broken Hearts & Beauty Sleep via Transgressive Records. The album will be available digitally on that date with the physical formats available on October 1. It marks Blanco’s first official release in nearly five years since their debut full-length Mykki album. […]

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Montaigne won’t be heading to Rotterdam for Eurovision 2021

Montaigne won’t be heading to Rotterdam for Eurovision 2021

Australia’s Eurovision 2021 entrant Montaigne won’t be making the trip to Rotterdam in The Netherlands, with Australia choosing the option of sending in a video submission rather deploying a team to the live event. SBS Commissioning Editor and Australian Head of Delegation, Josh Martin said it had been a difficult decision but the safest option […]

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Lil Nas X shares new version of Montero (Call Me By Your Name)

Lil Nas X shares new version of Montero (Call Me By Your Name)

Musician Lil Nas X has shared a new version of his tune Montero (Call Me By Your Name), this take on the song shows what he can do with his mouth. The new clip begins with Lil Nas X on the phone asking “is this recording”, before he starts singing the melody of the song. The […]

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Harper Bloom releases rapturous new track ‘Shaky Bones’

Harper Bloom releases rapturous new track ‘Shaky Bones’

Queer Melbourne-based artist Harper Bloom has just released her rapturous new single Shaky Bones. The single comes from Bloom’s upcoming debut EP Faith, Sex & Skin, and follows glowing praise for her past two ventures Mary and Walk My Way. “The song was written in Torquay last year between lockdowns!” Bloom said of the new track. “It was a […]

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Libby Hammer and the Metro Big Band swing into The Sewing Room

Libby Hammer and the Metro Big Band swing into The Sewing Room

When talking big bands they don’t come much bigger than WA jazz darling Libby Hammer and the Metro Big Band. The amazing, 17 piece band will somehow squeeze onto the stage of Perth’s inner city Sewing Room next weekend to showcase jazz hits from the 30s to today, plus a selection of other disco, Motown […]

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MARINA returns to ‘Purge The Poison’ with new singles ahead of new album

MARINA returns to ‘Purge The Poison’ with new singles ahead of new album

MARINA has announced the premiere of Purge The Poison, the first single for her upcoming fifth album Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land. Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land marks MARINA’s fifth studio album and first full-length release since 2019’s acclaimed Love + Fear. The self-penned new album also sees MARINA co-producing six tracks alongside songwriter/producer James […]

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