Jeremy Neale shares new single ‘The Love Calling’

JNGeneral_1 Well, look at this. Let Me Go Out In Style, the new EP from Jeremy Neale is on it’s way. And here’s the next single ‘The Love Calling’.

Let Me Go Out In Style is the result of four producers, many guest musicians and Jeremy’s quest to explore a greater range of his stylistic influences on his path to become a master songwriter. The road is long but he’s here to stay. The EP chronicles the lingering and residual feelings after a relationship has ended, and the ups, downs and general introspection of the space until another begins.

He’s also shared a single ‘The Love Calling’. Have a listen below!

Jeremy Neale cares about the real stuff. People, songs, entertainment. Maybe that’s because his earliest memory is of his identical twin brother being jettisoned into deep space. It was at that very moment that he knew he had to live his life for two. He has a solo career that has seen him tour extensively both nationally and internationally off the back of his 2013 debut EP, In Stranger Times. Now he’s back in a big way with the follow up Let Me Go Out In Style due September 25 with the help of Dot Dash / Remote Control Records

LE1F Announces Riot Boy LP + Shares new single ‘Koi’

Le1f has dropped brand new track ‘Koi’, the first single from his debut full-length ‘Riot Boi’ via Terrible Records / Remote Control.

The track, which Le1f shared over the weekend, is quintessential Le1f showcasing the New York rappers venomous retort within the future-facing producer SOPHIE collaboration.

Directed by Simon Ward on Australia shores during Le1f’s last tour, the video is yet another visual standout within the trophy case of past Le1f videos that include ‘WUT’, ‘Boom’, ‘Sup’ and many more. Stay tuned for more album info coming soon!

Sui Zhen’s ‘Secretly Susan’ out today!

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Yes!! Sui Zhen’s ‘Secretly Susan’ is out today via Dot Dash / Remote Control Records.

To celebrate the release, Sui Zhen will be playing tonight (28th August) at Polyester Records for a free, all ages instore!

Secretly Susan takes influence from Japanese lovers rock, 80s electro-bossanova and dubby-lounge pop which Becky discovered during holidays in Japan and London where she was a participant at the Red Bull Music Academy. Playing records as DJ Susan is a new outlet for Becky, allowing her to share the references and context that informs her distinct approach to music making.

In the release of Secretly Susan we can expect to be immersed in the larger narratives that surround Becky’s work. From the banal pastel dystopia of her ‘Infinity Street’ video to the invention of Susan, an alter ego who manifests in the forthcoming single ‘Take It All Back’ – these colourful, surreal and staged landscapes allow Becky’s take on pop music to sit within its own uncanny terrain.

SISTER JANE announce their final record & share new single ‘You Can Have Me’

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Sydney band Sister Jane have announced their break up, and the release of their final record Frontier. On the back of two previous releases and a cluster of earlier singles, Sister Jane (originally formed in 2005) were stopped in their tracks in 2014 following the dramatic departure of their frontman, Dan Davey. Frontier will be released on Friday 18th September via Broken Stone Records / Remote Control Records.

To coincide with the announce of Frontier, the band have shared the video for new album track ‘You Can Have Me’.

On their break-up and album release, the band have said:

“Although this album represents an incredibly tumultuous time in our lives we are happy to be releasing it. Shortly after the release of ‘Whole Wide World’ [the first single from Frontier], Sister Jane cancelled a tour and disappeared. We never explained the reason because for months the band didn’t have one to offer.

Eventually we were given an explanation involving a dramatic tale of a man on the brink who turned to Jesus, found his path to salvation and gave up rock n’ roll. After the hard road we had all taken throughout the making of this album we were bewildered and dismayed at the turn of events.

Sister Jane broke up in 2014 in a bowling alley in Strathfield and so with a truth stranger than fiction, we offer you our final release and hope you enjoy it as much as we do.”

Broken Stone Records will hold a listening, launch and farewell party on Thursday September 24th at the Golden Age Cinema, featuring a screening of the video for ‘You Can Have Me’, along with some very special performances, and a listen to the album in full.