27 March 2018Hot off the Press
Struggling to find the motivation to get through the week? Well, there’s nothing better than music to inspire you!
Here is a short list of some new releases that we’re using to get moving.
Amyl and the Sniffers are back at it again with the announcement of their Cup of Destiny tour alongside the release of a ripper single, “Cup Of Destiny”.
Truly a testament to what Australian punk is, Amyl and the Sniffers kill it in this release, simultaneously bringing up memories of old school Australian pub rock, and also broadcasting what the future of punk music is going to be. One tune at a time, Amyl and the Sniffers are dominating the underground Aussie punk scene.
Teasing us with another release from her newest coming album Tell Me How You Really Feel, the lingering lyrics and beats create a lazy and relaxed song that keeps listeners uplifted and in some kind of state of mind that puts you in a kind of escape from the real world; even if it is just for 3 minutes and 58 seconds!
One of the top YouTube comments on the single and music video says that Courtney “Physically can’t make a bad song”. We couldn’t agree more!
“The album is a journey about the sun flying back to the year 1991, and the songs are its passengers.” — The Ruminators.
Welcome to flight S.U.N 91 is a complete journey through a psychedelic, all-genre enrapturing experience, exploring a plethora of different sounds, juxtaposing and mixing, both melodic and destructive.
Contrasting moods between the melancholic and downtrodden, yet simultaneously upbeat feel of “Hospital Bar”, to the dark build up and scale of “No Good Lover” leaves you mesmerised. One of the singles on the album, “Boys off Work”, portrays the dream of many individuals, as the Rumis “left (their) jobs forever” in this catchy and fun anthem.
The music video for this song came out recently, you can check it out here.
The composition of the song is one that is interesting to note. In our opinion it sounds almost like thoughts surrounding an individual, all not necessarily making sense but they are all there looming and circling, some being much more apparent and others fading as an afterthought.
The Garage rock sound is wonderfully complimented by the fantastic lead guitar—this tune is one we really enjoyed. It is a track we quickly got behind because of its originality.