Yeo – Never Wanted That

Never Wanted That is the new hot-off-the-press single from Melbourne based electronic artist Yeo. Never Wanted That’ features singer Asta, who is accompanied by the catchy instrumentation and production that Yeo is known for. Yeo has been super busy over the last year, having released his debut album in early 2016, appearing on Triple J’s Like A Version, as well as tearing up the east coast on his headline tour Got No Game.

Jace XL – U R ALL I C

Jace XL (who you might recognise from Hiatus Kaiyote and Silentjay X Jace XL) is a voice you will never forget. His new song ‘U R ALL I C’, is an upbeat soul anthem that is seeped in the influence of Marvin Gaye, The Isley Brothers, Parliament and Thundercat. ‘U R ALL I C’ is featured on a brand new compilation album called Vol.3 – Fear of the Bomb (compiled by Mandarin Dreams) which shows off some great Melbourne soul talent. Check out ‘U R ALL I C’ for all your funk, soul and R&B needs.

TEEM – Kronk

Kronk’ is the catchy debut release from Canberra based band TEEM. ‘Kronk’ features an eclectic mix of electronic drums, intricate arrangements, and complex harmonies which are interwoven with some very fancy guitar work and an extremely catchy chorus.

Dan Kye – Like You Wanna

Dan Kye is the alter ego of London-based Aussie singer/producer Jordan Rakei who has used Dan Kye as a platform for dabbling in dance music. Like You Wanna is a killer four-to-the-floor electronic house banger – which is aimed directly at the dance floor.

Shrimpwitch – Smokey Business

Fresh off the press is ‘Smokey Business’, from Melbourne punk band Shrimpwitch. The band describe ‘Smokey Business’ as “a large, emotional garage banger with a morose rock and roll surf tone”. If you are after something loose, noisy and vibrant, this one is for you.

The Scrims – Show Me Your Moves

Your favourite bluegrass folk band are back with a laid back, fun and jovial number. The Scrims’ sound was once described as “Gypsy Doof Doof” and ‘Show Me Your Moves’ is a testament to that. ‘Show Me Your Moves’ is from The Scrims’ fresh new album Sing To Me Sunny One.