Pipe-eye are excited to share their new video for ‘Tick Tock’ and have released their debut record Cosmic Blip today!
Pipe-eye’s ‘Tick Tock’ reflects upon the human experience and the overwhelming need in society to achieve material success in the face of fleeting time.
The band describe new EP Cosmic Blip as: “Composed on space station Mirus 4 as a collaboration between scientists from the international space community, Cosmic Blip is an expedition cataloging the effects of space melody and cosmic rhythm whilst in close orbit to Earth.”
Jeremy Neale’s latest release, the Let Me Go Out In Style EP – out today via Dot Dash/Remote Control – is the result of four producers, many guest musicians and Jeremy’s desire to explore stylistic influences in the realm of 80s new romantic and sophisti-pop on his path to become a master songwriter. The road is long but he’s here to stay.
To celebrate he’s hitting up Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Fremantle on a national tour. Get your tickets here.
Last month, Majical Cloudz announced the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2013 release, Impersonator, with the song “Silver Car Crash” off the upcoming sophomore release Are You Alone? out 16th October.
We are stoked that they have now shared the title track to the album, that offers an upbeat take on modern hopeless romanticism. Listen below.
The band have just been announced for Laneway 2016! Check out the lineup and full tour details here.
Our buddies Fat Freddy’s Drop have shared their latest tune ‘Razor’. The track comes from their LP ‘Bays’ out Friday 23 October via The Drop / Remote Control.
Freddy’s beatmaster DJ Fitchie said, “There’s no fucking around on this one. Blaze is on fire…he’s on a synthesiser treadmill, struggling to stay in control at times but in the end provides the perfect backdrop for Dukie’s angst-ridden words”.
We totally agree – the track is an absolute banger. Have a listen below.
Catch the band playing Razor and other tracks from Bays in their Australian tour which is hitting Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart, Sydney and Brisbane. Full ticket details here