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 wonderful Sound Doctrine have premiered the second single from Setec’s forthcoming album Brittle as Bones, which is due out on August 18th.
We previously shared lead single Water or Concrete which showcased the delicate beauty of Setec’s music, whereas second single Lumen Lake finds him in full indie pop mode with its galloping energy and infectious vocal harmonies.
Read the full article at Sound Doctrine here and listen to Lumen Lake via the player below.
The fine folk at Sound Doctrine have premiered the opening track from the upcoming Summer EP, the third instalment in our ongoing Seasons EP series.
The track comes from Sydney duo Bon Chat, Bon Rat who offer up a cover of the early INXS classic Don’t Change. The duo took inspiration from the opening synth line of the original – which they felt was particularly evocative of the Australian summer – taking it to the dance floor with their distinct and infectious brand of electronica.
Check out the track over at Sound Doctrine here and stay tuned for the full EP due out this Wednesday.