New Music for your ears, King Gizzard & The Lizzard Wizzard, Tiny Little Houses, Machine Age & More
KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZZARD WIZZARD - GAMMA KNIFE (Flightless/Remote Control Records)
Lead single“Gamma Knife” is a little sneak preview of what to expect for the next album, Nanagon Infinity. It's creating much excitement for fans especially when accompanied by a music video involving monks committing mass ritual suicide. Director Danny Cohen did a good job capturing the music’s alternately dark and playful spirit, and the band’s acting definitely sells his loopy vision. Nonagon Infinity, is out Friday April 29 on Flightless / Remote Control Records. This high-octane, face-melting 9-song collection has been ingeniously crafted as the world’s first infinitely looping LP - each track seamlessly flows into the next, with the final song linking straight back into the top of the opener.
INNERSPACE ORCHESTRA – ONE WAY GLASS (Different Recordings/[PIAS])
INNERSPACE ORCHESTRA, the new project of Tom Furse (The Horrors), Cathy Lucas (Fanfarlo) and Rose Elinor Dougall (Mark Ronson, The Pipettes) are pleased to announce news of their debut single One Way Glass. Already acclaimed in their own right with their own projects, the track was the result of an impromptu recording session, revealing the multi-facetted trio in perfect union and brought about the birth of INNERSPACE ORCHESTRA. ‘One Way Glass’ hints at the past work of all three artists whilst retaining an altogether fresh and unique outlook. This track oozes Tom's flair with synthesizers, Cathy's rich instrumentation, Rose's charming and composed vocal delivery and a shared love of soaring shoegaze guitars, the band impress with an expansive, widescreen sound.
MOUNT & NICOLAS HAELG - Something Good (Micropope)
Austrian producer Mount teaming up with Nicolas Haelg; one can only imagine how impressive their joint effort is. With enchanting chords, warm vocals, and the fact that the single already reeled in over 1 million streams on Soundcloud and was named the Essential New Tune on BBC Radio 1 (which now happens to be A-Listed), you can just sit back and enjoy the sweet Deep vibes without having to worry about the musical quality. ‘Something Good’ is coming your way!
BETH ORTON – Moon (Warner Music Australia)
Moon is the first track off the new Beth Orton album Kidsticks, out May 27th on Anti. The album’s lead track sees Beth getting back to her roots mixing electronic loops with her unique and beguiling voice. The track was produced by Beth and Andrew Hung (Fuck Buttons) and mixed by David Wrench (Jamie xx, Hot Chip, Caribou, Bloc Party)
TINY LITTLE HOUSES – Milo Tin (Ivy League Records)
After making sizeable noise with the release of their debut You Tore Out My Heart EP in 2015, which features breakthrough single ‘Easy’, Tiny Little Houses return with their new track 'Milo Tin'. Milo Tin was produced, recorded and mixed by Steven Schram (Paul Kelly) and mastered by Grammy-nominated engineer Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote, WAFIA).
EASTWARD – GOLDEN MORNING (Omelette Records)
Slipping onto the scene late 2015 with his unique brand of intelligent electronica, Melbourne producer Eastward remains every bit the intriguing enigma. He returns today with an equally captivating follow up single ‘Golden Morning’ and the announcement of debut EP Laurie Came Home. This man of mystery’s secrets are slowly unravelling. 'Golden Morning' builds on the foundations already laid by debut single ‘Old Green Thumb’, this time enlisting the vocal support of Emily Lubitz (Tinpan Orange).
MACHINE AGE – DON'T LOOK (Independent)
Machine Age is firing the pistons and cogs into gear for 2016 with brand new single 'Don't Look'. Combining rich layers of delicate guitars, intriguing drum loops and industrial glitches. Playing live as a one-man-band with a guitar, his voice, a sampler, synths, and other gadgets, he also took on BIGSOUND 2015, Brisbane’s End of the Line Festival and most recently, The Mountain Goat Valley Crawl. The release of 'Don’t Look’ coincides with an upcoming spot at Tassie tastemaker event A Festival Called PANAMA an upcoming video and an EP later this year.
TOM CODLING - THE DAY I FOUND OUT THEY STOPPED MAKING GUCCI PERFUME (Independent)
The Day I Found Out They Stopped Making That Gucci Perfume is the first release from Sydney based artist, Tommy Codling, with a performance by Kirin J Callinan. The video premiered in a private screening at Golden Age Cinema & Bar in late December last year & will have an official public release on March 8th 2016 via i-D.
Tom Codling set his first music video in an exclusive private boy's school in an effort to show that just because you went to a nice school, it didn't mean you had a nice time. With The Day I Found Out They Stopped Making That Gucci Perfume he demonstrates how brutal the pricey experience can be.