We are stoked to announce that the BASECAMP fellas are heading to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival this year. Go join em in the farm!
Check out the review of 'All Possible Futures' in Rolling Stone Australia along with the video teaser of the new album found on their official Facebook page!
"Indie-dance quartet inject Californian weirdness into second album." Get Excited!
Cut Copy's Ben Browning is featured on Pitchfork for his new single 'Make It Easy' and announces album, Turns, which will be released this summer. His solo career began with his Lover's Motion EP in 2012. Now he is back with an incredible, smooth and mellow track that will make the wait for summer a little easier. Read the article and stream the track here .
Aussie native, Banoffee has shared her live cover of Frank Ocean's "I Miss You", which The 405 described as "a despair-flavoured fizzing ballad set to a minimal tapestry of rich synths...". And get this, the cover was even shared on Solange Knowles' site, Saint Heron! Check out the track above and be sure to keep an eye out for this exciting songstress in 2015.
Trailblazing MC, Cakes Da Killa's new track 'Serve It Up' from last year's Hunger Pangs (Deluxe Edition) EP has been selected by Pitchfork as some of the week's Best New Music. Touted as part of the movement that is 'reshaping the identity of a genre', Pitchfork says, "Cakes' scrappy wordplay and merciless flow challenges the ignorance of the mainstream head on", and we couldn't agree more. Read the full article and stream the track here.
Brooklyn trio Body Language received the golden remix treatment for their single 'Really Love', courtesy of Melbourne's Gold Fields. The 'Body Funk Remix' premiered via Hilly Dilly, is touted as a straight out 'nu-disco banger', and makes tremendous use of 'throwback-sounding synths' whilst simultaneously breathing fresh life into an already groove-worthy dance track. Check out the complete feature here.