As it turns out, Melbourne’s Midnight Juggernauts have been quite busy recently with writing material for a brand new album. But unlike other who generally after having a finished product in their hand will then release it some time shortly after, Midnight Juggernauts had something different in mind for their first single Ballad Of The War Machine.
Out of the studio and on the road, Fremantle’s soulful raconteur Mama Kin, is bringing her new sound and expanded line-up to a venue near you. With a widespread reputation for stirring live shows, Mama Kin returns to the stage with a swag of new songs that confront the veil between darkness and light.
All the way from the other side of Australia, Pond have just released they’re latest visual masterpiece, this time for Moth Wings, the third single from their latest album Beard, Wives, Denim – read review here.
Currently wowing audiences throughout Europe, a lovely video has surfaced of Angus Stone performing ‘Bird On The Buffalo’ for a radio station in Amsterdam.
This week we have Los Angelas inhabitants Best Coast with their latest single, The Only Place – the first single off their latest album of the same name.
For the launch of their beautiful new album Valtari, Sigur Rós have given a dozen film makers the same modest budget and asked them to create whatever comes into their head when they listen to songs from the band’s forthcoming album.
We’ve got a whole lot of love for Deep Sea Arcade here at Watch Out For. But that’s for a very good reason. A love in fact, which is completely justified by their recent cover of the Chemical Brothers’ 90s masterpiece Let Forever Be.
Sigur Rós will return with their sixth studio album, Valtari, on 25th May. The first track from Valtari, entitled ‘Ekki Múkk’, is now available. You can watch it below.
The Artic Monkeys are back with a brand new, stand alone single entitled R U Mine? The clip features former Sex Pistols guitarist and DJ Steve Jones giving the track its debut on California radio station KROQ.
Melbourne’s own Gotye hasn’t wasted any time in releasing his next latest single Easy Way Out whilst pedalling his wares in the US while hit single Somebody That I Use to Know continues to top charts that don’t even exist!
Whether you’re a fan or not, it’s hard to disagree that Whitney Houston’s unfortunatley short-lived career had a profound effect on the international music landscape – not to mention karaoke venues the world over.
Children Collide are back after the roaring success of Theory Of Everything with new single Sword To A Gunfight which you will be able to find on their upcomming album Monument [out in April]. And to celebrate, they’re dragging themsleves out of the studio to embark on a nationwide tour.