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Pretty Uglys hail from Perth and are quickly making their way in the Australian music industry. The three-piece consists of Jaxon, Jack and Jean-Luc and they’ve already shared a stage with names such as Spacey Jane and Ruby Fields.
It is that time of year again the annual Queensland Music Awards are almost upon us. This year we have been gifted a list bursting with talent as the finalists for a broad range of categories have been announced.
Gold Coast artist DENNIS. has just released a groovy new track with MDWS and Professor Paul. The song is called ‘What You Do’, and perfectly combines, disco, indie and dream pop with a modern twist. This new track is a seamless addition to DENNIS.’s discography which showcases an insane energy with perfectly accompanying synths and vocals.
Sunshine Coast pop artist Isabel Wood has just released her gorgeous, yet sassy single ‘BELOW ZERO’. TCI had the chance to ask her a few questions about this track and her musical expression, inspirations and processes.
Gold Coast singer-songwriter EUCA has recently rocked the local music scene with her catchy and relatable tunes ‘Not Champagne’ and ‘I Hate The Way’, and we had the chance to chat about her musical passions, songwriting process, and upcoming tracks.
Dominic Breen describes his brand new track ‘Lovelost’ as “a sad song in disguise” and TCI caught up with the Sydney based artist to chat about the track, recording, and some of his favourite local artists.
New Zealand punk rock act Voodoo Bloo, led by Rory McDonald, released the frenetic single ‘Ha Ha Ok Ok’ earlier this month giving fans a third taste of their debut album Jacobus which drops today. Chatting to us from Wellington, ahead of his show at MEOW with Curlys Jewels and Miss June, Rory gave us the run down on NZ’s punk scene, an insight into his world of recording, and the heads up on his future Australian touring plans.
Melbourne duo Harves have just released their second single ‘The River’. TCI spoke with one half of the project, Matthew Wright, about writing and recording the track in lockdown, as well as their future plans for the band.
Clearly Kingswood have followed a different plan to the rest of us this year. Instead of melting into their sofas and binging every Netflix series known to man they’ve been madly writing, recording and releasing new music.