Latest Arrivals to our Music Library

Sunday, January 9, 2022

L.A.B. - L.A.B. V

The new album has once again been recorded at the band’s home of the Surgery Studios in Wellington with Dr Lee Prebble, with the studio helping bring out the nostalgia-tinged sound to the release. Recorded in between sell-out arena shows and lockdown periods, the recording process again saw the band living in the studio for weeks on end, with drummer Brad Kora heading up the production team of Prebble & bassist Ara Adams-Tamatea.

Hayley Mary - Fall in Love with Hayley Mary

Co-produced by Hayley and Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy) during Melbourne’s most recent lockdown, ‘Fall In Love’ (the single) is a dirty Motown-esque love song with contemporary lyricism. A triumphantly uplifting tune that is undeniable to anyone who has ever wanted to fall in love.

Toby Jenkins - Island of Terror

Island of Terror was recorded over a number years and in a variety of studios, bedrooms and backrooms. It draws on such disparate musical threads as Giorgio Moroder, Serge Gainsbourg, Chopin, Steve Vai, Wendy Carlos and Syd Barret. It’s a record that weaves fantastical tales with the real, leaving the listener perplexed and enthralled in equal measure.

Monday, November 29, 2021

Pick A Piper - Sea Steps

Sea Steps closes out with neo-classical beat-driven “Athens”, an elegantly layered composition that hosts the collaborative musicianship of Laura Bates on Violin and Steve Ward on Trombone.

Laurie Larson - Story Road

Multi-instrumentalist & songwriter Laurie Larson is releasing her fourth studio album, Story Road.Laurie plays bass, violin, guitar, keys & sings her way through each chapter of Story Road.

Infinite Coles - Destiny

Stepping out into his own spotlight, NYC-based singer, actor, model, dancer and artist Infinite Coles releases his debut EP Destiny. A powerful first offering from the singer-songwriter, Destiny has a dual meaning for Infinite, who named the EP after his late twin sister. The project is centered around Infinite’s reclamation of his individual destiny and the manifestation of his late sister’s soul that lives within him and has inspired the unique artist we see emerge today.

Monday, November 1, 2021

Abby Sage - Fears Of Yours & Mine

Like many songwriters, Abby started playing at an early age, writing and recording tracks with her musician dad, as well as accompanying him to all his gigs. By the start of high school, she was beginning to post her music to soundcloud in secret — that is until she accidentally released a track publicly. It was a few years later she connected with a group of producers and "Fears Of Yours & Mine" became her latest single.

John Denicola - She Said

John DeNicola, after some five decades in the recording industry, the award-winning songwriter and producer made his first solo album The Why Because as an artist in 2019 which spawned a top 20 AC hit with his version of “Hungry Eyes." She Said was conceived and created for one voice, one-touch, and one heart: his own.

Slack Times - At The Blue Melon Rendezvous

Slack Times is a jangle pop recording project from Birmingham, AL. They recorded their first batch of songs—an EP titled Up Here—in November 2020 at Dial Back Sound in Water Valley, Mississippi with Matt Patton. They released the EP in spring 2021, and, soon after, started writing and recording a new set of songs for a follow-up release entitled, At the Blue Melon Rendezvous.

Monday, October 18, 2021

Tricky Woo - Sometimes I Cry

Formed in the mid-90s, Tricky Woo was conceived as part tribute to the pantheon of rock, part conceptual art. Influenced by early rock & roll, British punk and seminal independent record labels the band were relative lone wolves within Montreal’s tiny garage rock scene.

Apophis - Apophis

On this first Apophis album, you will find velcro melodies and pleasure rock.

Kay Young - This Here Feels Good

For Londoner Kay Young, music has always been an effortless second language, but the confidence to fully realize her own greatness has taken serious determination, trusting that the right timing would fall into place. As a result, the Kay that exists in 2021 is one of intuitive, alchemic magic – an artist primed and ready to soar.

Monday, September 27, 2021

Kid Kapichi - This Time Next Year

With momentum building, Kid Kapichi dropped their hotly anticipated EP Sugar Tax in July 2019. In the latter part of the year, the band made their mark at Reading & Leeds Festivals, sold-out headline shows in London and Brighton, and toured Europe with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in the autumn.

Film School - We Weren't Here

What emerges from beneath the waves of the album’s psychedelic dream pop are bittersweet themes of a year lived in suspended animation: anticipation, separation, regret, revelation.

RSilver Movie - NSilver Movie

The six song self-titled EP was recorded over a two-week period in early 2020 at Vision Quest studios with the help of former Brian Jonestown Massacre member Rob Campanella and local psych-rock outfit Triptides. All songs were written during the fall of 2019 which Ray recalls as “some kind of writing frenzy” that had been preceded by a long period of indifference towards music. Most of the EP’s songs were recorded live, with overdubs punched in towards the end of the sessions. Recording sessions for a follow up release are scheduled for November.