Crawling Back – PLGRMS

It’s been two years in the making, but it’s finally here, Crawling Back by Sydney-based duo PLGRMS.  Broody, poppy and catchy, I’d say that the time investment was worth it. If you missed their tour over the past weekend, don’t forget that they’ll also be at Vanfest in December.



Therapy – Yaeji

Part dreamy pop, part punchy electronica, part chilled out disco, Yaeji’Therapy is hard to pin down. She’s been flying under the radar so far, but expect that to change as this South Korean Discwoman continues to make unique and quality music.

All My Time – Pham & Austin Paul

Polish producer Pham has released his EP Ugly and All My Time is the feature track, boasting downtempo electronica with cool vocals of Miami’s Austin Paul. In Pham’s own words, his sound is “making some kind of progress, it’s like Forest starting to run with his prosthetics and now he’s free without them”

Broke Days, Party Nights – Vandal

Melbourne’s Ecca Vandal has given us a taste of her upcoming debut LP, with the first track Broke Days, Party Nights. Part rock, part punk, Vandal never fails to deliver explosive, energetic tunes that sound just as good on the dance-floor as in the mosh pit. This is no exception.

Drugs – Rezz

For anyone who thinks that dark electronic is completely male-dominated, meet Rezz, a 22 year old producer from Canada who has been producing some serious tracks over the past three years. After releasing two EPs in 2016, she’s finally releasing her debut album, Manipulation, this Friday (August 4th). Watch this space.

In Cold Blood (Baauer Remix) – alt-J

What’s better than alt-J making a comeback after three years on the down low? Baauer transforming one of their comeback tracks into a huge trap anthem. That’s right, the American producer who brought you Harlem Shake (as well as an entire album and a host of remixes far better) is back.

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