The Australian indie-dance trio Sera releases the EP Call Me Up on the 17th.
One of the songs that will be on the release will be Doctor.
Sometimes just hanging your recently showered hair to drip dry in its own good time as you contemplate on the good things in life, is a moment to relish, this is a track to put alongside that playlist as that moment arises.
The Australian new-wave trio Destrends are planning to release the LP Lousy Lover towards the end of March.
First introduced in 2015, Destrends, have always been a trio to clear out the eardrums and Blackout is of similar vein.
A combination of instrumentation and guitar bursts through the speakers, prior to the distinctive vocal joining in, resultingly, dispersing the knots of introduction and creating spaces allowing Blackout to fill the room with their gothic architecture in a just under four and a half minutes track that highlights, once again Destrends is a band possessing considerable song-writing and delivery capability.
On the basis of Blackout, Lousy Lover, will be an EP to add to the collection.
Big Bad Echo is a brooding-rock quintet from Australia.
Big Bad Echo
In their latest track – Battered Fish – the listener is shrouded by an industrial apocalypse of menacing bass and drum, while half-spoken lyric impresses the sense of foreboding into the bone marrow as guitars and electronics reverberate and echo from the walls in a just over six minute track that can, with some pleasure, bear immediate replay.
From the LP – Secrets coming out on the 24th the Australian metal outfit A Breach Of Silence reveal a new song.
A Breach of Silence
As always to be anticipated Broken – the tenth of the thirteen tracks on the album – threatens to destroy the speakers as A Breach Of Silence deliver their ruminations of the world around in blistering combinations of instrumentation, percussion and voice yet, as always, there is a measured pacing to the track which makes their music accessible to everyone.