Canadian First Nations rappers Snotty Nose Rez Kids have released their latest single Where They At in collaboration with fellow First Nations rapper Drezus. Where They At boasts sharp lyrics, acrobatic beats and an addictive flow. Read on as we take a look at their latest track and as SNRK take us through their top 10 tracks from First Nations artists across the globe.
Melbourne trio The Grogans have just released their latest album Day / To / Day. Injecting ’60s surf-rock with a bit of their signature punk tinge and indie influence, Day / To / Day is packed with laid back, vintage jams. One big influence for the band is Australia’s own psychedelic legend Tame Impala. Read on to hear about their top five Tame Impala tunes.
Melbourne artist Frank James is walking a line between creating romance with his honeyed vocals and lamenting the monotony of too many hangovers in his latest release Friday. Caught in a trap of chasing fun down the same roads to only find a dead end, Frank James sings of the endless comedowns in an otherwise upbeat tune.
Everything about MINIQ’s latest song is full of the whispers and moans of late-night seduction. From the gritty streetscape sounds that creep through the background, to the cascading flow of vocals and power driven guitar chords, Space Cowboy captures the chaos we crave in pleasure, chasing that fine line between fast excitement and slow satisfaction.
You just cannot argue with talent. You cannot fight with the kind of voice that has a range that pierces through the ceiling and bursts into the sky. You cannot deny the kind of vision it takes to create something from nothing but your own voice and the technical bits that actually bring that to life. Not many people take on that fight and come out on top, but busker Tanya George has smashed it out of the park with her debut EP Normality.
Oscar Welsh, the 18-year-old from Suffolk, has shared a sweet little number written about his affection for a girl with an inappropriately timed laugh. We promise you a big helping of puppies with this one as Oscar shows off his adorable Dalmatian (and the namesake of his interest and song muse) Avery.