Pre-order Setec’s gorgeous sophomore album

Setec returns on March 23 with Atrial Flutters (or Raise Yr Hand if Yr Afraid), the follow-up to his acclaimed debut, Brittle as Bones.

The album is now available to pre-order digitally and extremely limited edition lathe-cut vinyl. Head over to the Feral bandcamp store now to grab your copy and receive the 2 lead singles, ‘Cotton Bones’ and ‘Loose Leaves’, plus additional track ‘Tying Tourniquets’.

We can’t wait to share this album with you all, it is a truly special achievement from a bold and unique artist.

Inner Circle / Outer Circle deluxe vinyl edition

The debut vinyl album from Feral Media’s The Artificial Limb is now available in the Feral Media Bandcamp store.
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From Artificial Limb’s Marc Eiden: “I’m thrilled to announce that the Inner Circle EP & Outer Circle EP are finally together as 1 very limited edition Vinyl Record. Out through Feral Media. Only 30 copies in existence.”
Cover art has been created by Melbourne artists Sean Hogan & Jessie Stanley.


New Setec single

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Setec stokes the fire once again with a second offering from his forthcoming sophomore album, Atrial Flutters (or, Raise Yr Hand If Yr Afraid).

Following the gorgeous first single, ‘Cotton Bones’, released earlier this year, ‘Loose Leaves’ finds Setec in full flight; scratchy layered percussion, forensically arranged vocal snippets and a breezy chord progression culminating in one of his catchiest efforts to date.

In his own words ‘Loose Leaves’ is about “the blessing and curse of anxious, fidgety creativity. The desire to create, but the greater need to feel some kind of comfort if it all falls apart”.

A precursor to the mood of the new album which strikes a rare and exciting balance between jubilance and terror.

Listen to the new single via the player below, or download from the Feral bandcamp site here. Stay tuned for news on the new album soon.

The Casual Sexists – “Karakara” (Official Music Video)

Ahead of their debut Feral Media EP release (Karakara) next week, The Casual Sexists have revealed this cracking music video, which the band hand-built with visual collaborator Tom Rizzuto.  Already the lead title track from the EP, Karakara, has enjoyed airplay far and wide, including from these wise and forward thinking broadcasters 2SER (Sydney), WFMU (New York City) and KEXP (Seattle)! Thanks.

Download Strain Of Origin V1

Head to the Feral Media Bandcamp store to download the latest installment in our annual remix compilation series.


Featuring contributions from Lovely Head, Rebel Yell, Bilby, Tangents, Aphir, Pendant, Reuben Ingall, Hence Therefore and Arthur Wimble.

This is another fine instalment in this exciting and creative project.

Preview: Strain of Origin VI

We’re gearing up for the sixth instalment in our annual Strain of Origin compilation series and we can’t wait to share it with you.

This series is always great fun to curate as we get to work with some of our favourite artists, and this latest instalment is no different. Featuring contributions from Lovely Head, Bilby (pictured), Rebel Yell, Tangents, Reuben Ingall, Aphir, Pendant, Arthur Wimble and Pendant, the line-up is typically diverse and has produced some cracking results.

To whet your appetites the wonderful Sound Doctrine are previewing a cut from the album which finds Brisbane producer Arthur Wimble remixing Bilby’s track ‘Stingray’.

Head over to Sound Doctrine here for the full preview, or listen via the player below. Full release due June 27th….stay tuned.

The Artificial Limb – “The Circle” (Official Music Video)

We’re really proud to be working with Marc Eiden’s The Artificial Limb project! With design guru Sean Hogan at the helm they’ve created this fantastic music video of the single ‘The Circle’ from 500 individual markings. It’s a throbbing piece of inspiring op-art!

Designed & Directed by Sean Hogan. Drawings: Kim Aleksandrowicz, Jessica Dean, Sean Hogan, Marc Eiden. Photos: Kim Aleksandrowicz. Post Production: Jessica Dean, Kim Aleksandrowicz, Sean Hogan. Produced & Edited by Marc Eiden and Sean Hogan.