Friyay, Friyay, gotta get down with some tunes on Friyay. This episode is brought to you by the letters T-I-M and the number 5.
Dude York, Love Is
Seattle garage punk trio Dude York have released a special Valentines Day message in the form of Love Is – a little number about falling for someone completely toxic for you. Speaking of toxic love, Dude York remind me of what Courtney Love could have been – if she wasn’t a complete mess.
Mossy, Dumb Terror
It’s really hard to describe Mossy to the uninitiated. The Queenslander is euphoric, thought-provoking and honestly, just different. He is in his own little world and that is the most intriguing thing about him. We <3 Mossy and Mossy <3s you.
West Thebarton Brothel Party, Moving Out
How bloody good is Aussie pub-rock? It’s most certainly in the middle of a much-deserved resurgence thanks to bands like Bad//Dreems and these South Australian lords. WTBP boast vocals like a freshly smoked pack of Winnie Blues and riffs that will make you one rip the lid off a tinnie.
Holy Holy, That Message
Handsome fellas Holy Holy are on the final straight leading into the release of their very excellent new album Paint (Our Simon reviewed it here). That Message has a delicate, carefully constructed build that climaxes in Tim Carroll’s enchanted voice showering your body in all the feels.
Vera Blue, Private
The former The Voice finalist has her finger in nearly every Australian music pie being baked at the momen,t and for good reason. Her new single Private has a sprinkle of Flume in there, and a big dose of Blue's own soaring vocals - she has created a banger deserving of your Friday arvo fist pump. Its available on Spotify now so we can't link you, unfortunately, but we have it on good authority the clip is very, very close.