Ambient pop artist mara shares some of her current faves ahead of her set at our next Kindred event.
Leftenent – Control
Haunting and unsettling music for the night from an accomplished Sydney producer.
Good Morning – Step Aside / Oppsie
Every little bit of music from this beautifully existential jangle band is fantastic.
Jack Grace – Nice To Meet You
A multitude of styles blended into a uniquely moving and emotional performance.
Aphir – No Muse
A powerful new single and the first taste of Aphir’s next album, needless to say we are very excited.
Take Your Time – Sleep In
Playfully sweet “cappuccino dub” from this new electronic pairing.
tracy chen – Yeah It’s Alright (Voice Memo)
This young artist from Adelaide shares a sincere performance through the most direct medium.
DJ Plead – Levant Motors
Creative use of traditional percussion being filtered into a modern club track.
Hyde – Ox Hill
A ruthlessly unpredictable post-modern experimentation in electronic music.
CORIN – Void
Another elegantly dystopic single in the lead up to her debut EP.
friendships – Purebred Dogs (ft. Yaw Faso & thelovelyme)
Unapologetic and relentlessly bold dance music from the Melbourne duo.
Jikuroux – Ruptured Pulse
Eerie synth melodies, clanging metallic percussion and skull-crushing bass is just the beginning.
Planète – Nightcrawler
A stunningly creative arrangement from one of Melbourne’s finest house producers.
ENTRO// – Wave 92′
An impressively soulful release from an exciting producer out of Melbourne.
mara – Service Bell (Grizzly Bear cover)
A beautifully constructed cover with a refreshing change in production style.
CORIN – Vexations
A futuristic venture into fractured electronic composition.
Prequel – Saints ft. Caseaux O.S.L.O
When jazz meets Detroit-house you have something very special.
Ôntreɪ – Insensate ft. Stackhat
Eccentric left-field hip hop out of Sydney.
AT/ALL – Frequency
Hazy, relaxing and detailed synth-wave from an exciting Melbourne trio.
BUOY – Exit
Left-field production and enchanting vocals give way to an explosive ending.
Brutalist – He Was A Great Man
A powerful, cinematic mood piece from two boundary-pushing musicians.
Albrecht La’Brooy – Eventide
A preview of ambient experimentations of the night from the Melbourne duo.
Surfing – Deep Fantasy
Vaporwave? Psych-rock? Plunderphonics? Whatever it is, we love this record.
Katie Dey – Flood Network
A DIY bubble-gum pop album filled with noise and experimentation.
friendships – It’s Vermentino Dickhead
In short, this release represents the bleeding edge of Australian electronic music.
Arian Cook – “Come Down”
Young Perth producer channelling Moby on this one, but that’s ok.