#Musicmonday - #055 → Jeremy Neale Jeremy Neale

#Musicmonday – #055

WELCOME to another Aussie/Kiwi dominated edition of #MusicMonday.

It’s weeks like these that I get most excited about, given the quality of new artists appearing “Down Under” these days, and given most of you up there in the northern hemisphere will be possibly/probably hearing these tracks, and indeed these artists, for the very first time!

As always, if you find something you like, let me know about it so I get a good idea of what you like to hear each week.

1. “In Stranger Times” – Jeremy Neale


I was first exposed to the awesome talent of Jeremy Neale earlier this year at Brisbane’s Laneway Festival. His unique, yesteryear rock ‘n’ roll style will get you on your feet!

2. “Twisted” – Fractures


Multi-talented Melbournite, Mark Zito, aka Fractures, is gaining much praise both at home and abroad for his latest track, “Twisted”, described as being “hauntingly fragile”.

3. “The Breach” – Dustin Tebbutt


Each week I, without hesitation, add a track that I know HAS to be included, after the first few bars. A “no-brainer” if you will. This beautiful track by Dustin Tebbutt, is this week’s no-brainer.

4. “Hearts Like Ours” – The Naked & Famous


Kiwi power pop outfit The Naked & Famous (now based in Los Angeles) are back with their first killer new track since their massive 2010 release, “Young Blood”.

5. “Hooray” – Bastian’s Happy Flight


Tapping into the 80’s sounds of bands like “Tears for Fears” or, dare I say it, “Rick Astley”, Perth’s Bastian’s Happy Flight have an electro-pop hit on their hands here with “Hooray”.

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 Image credits: Background image by Thomas Hawk (Flickr).

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