‘A Slow Separation’ is the second EP from Fergus James, an artist on a fast rise. A collection of beautifully written tracks, co-written with some serious industry heavyweights including Sophie Paton (GORDI), Gabriel Strum (Japanese Wallpaper), Lucy Taylor (Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, Friendly Fires), Dylan Nash (Dean Lewis, Angus & Julia Stone, Gretta Ray) and Lachlan Bostock (Mansionair). The EP has Production credits from Dylan Nash, Gab Strum, and Chris Collins who also mixed the EP. The EP includes recent singles 'Saving Grace', 'Fall Short' and 'Slow Separation' which all received strong support from triple j. Fergus James recently played ‘Fall Short’ on ABC’s The Sound.
Expected release date: March 11, 2022
Juno Mamba’s third EP in two years, Infinity features new single ‘Blue Light’ and ‘Borders’, ‘Rainbow Infinity’. Inspired by the infinite gratitude Juno Mamba has for the women that taught him the meaning of love, including his mother and partner, Infinity is out on Anjunadeep (Ben Böhmer, Qrion, Cri, Above & Beyond) and Soothsayer. Previous single ‘Siargao Dreams’ was BBC Radio 1’s Chillest Record earlier this year, adding to the strong stream of support Juno has seen from the likes of Mixmag, NME, EDM, The Ransom Note, Complex and Oki-ni.
Expected release date: November 3, 2021
9 x ARIA nominated hip-hop giants Bliss n Eso are back with their highly anticipated, 7th studio album The Sun. Featuring tracks with ChillinIt, Dizzee Rascal and Kasey Chambers, The Sun is the massive follow up to 2017’s critically-acclaimed ARIA #1 album Off The Grid, which featured their triple-platinum smash hit single ‘Moments (feat. Gavin James)’, which has amassed 60+ million streams across platforms and received the ARIA Award for Best Music Video. With their last three albums debuting at #1, selling close to half a million records in Australia alone, various prestigious awards and accolades, an unprecedented live presence and the most loyal fanbase in the country, Bliss n Eso return to the forefront with an album that nods to their biggest hits, with an entirely current sound.
Expected release date: August 27, 2021
D’Arcy Spiller communes with her shadow self on stunning new EP, Disarray. During lockdown last year, Melbourne artist D’Arcy Spiller started having dreams. Different dreams. Like one where her mum was drowning and when she called her up the next morning, Spiller discovered her mum had been having water problems around the house. As the worldwide shutdown continued, and D’Arcy was confined to her tiny inner-city apartment alone, these empathic kinds of things kept happening more and more. With no outside world to roam around, explore and connect with, Spiller started to look within, investigating the hidden depths of her inner self. With Disarray, Spiller announces herself as an artist unafraid to take risks and push the boundaries of her sound into challenging and sometimes uncomfortable places. The results are flawless, thrilling and endlessly rewarding. Balancing light with dark, beautiful with harsh, D’Arcy’s musical world reflects her personal one.
Co-Produced and mixed by Geoff Swan (Charli XCX, Caroline Polachek, daine), K Karma Written with Oscar Dawson (Holy Holy) and Ali Barter. D’Arcy sold out her first full band headline show on March 10 at Brunswick Ballroom (200cap) as part of Brunswick Music Festival and has upcoming shows with Jarryd James, at Noosa Outback Festival, Uplift Festival and Hastings Foreshore along with an Australian East Coast headline tour in August supporting the release of Disarray. D’Arcy Spiller Performed live on ABC’s The Sound, and has had praise from the likes of NME, CLASH, Women In Pop, Pilerats along with huge support from triple j Unearthed, triple j radio, Edge Radio, Spun on Amazing Radio (UK).
Expected release date: August 6, 2021
Australia’s favourite thrash-party hoons DZ Deathrays deliver the highly anticipated follow up to Positive Rising: Part 1. Positive Rising: Part 2 is announced in line with the release of the first taste of PRP2, a punchy new single ‘Fired Up’. The song is drenched in all the fast passed, guitar heavy tempo fans know and love from this band, and is taken from their upcoming new album Positive Rising: Part 2 due for release in 2021. Produced by LA based Miro Mackie (St. Vincent, Cold War Kids, Hatchie) Positive Rising: Part 2 follows 2019’s Positive Rising: Part 1 which was received to wide acclaim by fans and media, and earned the band an AIR Nomination for Best Punk Release.
Expected release date: July 9, 2021