Fresh off their triple j Hottest 100 win, Ocean Alley are riding the wave with a brand new single, Stained Glass, and an Australia-wide tour with Tash Sultana. COVERED. caught up with guitarist Mitch Galbraith to find out more.
Consistently building a body of work that positions them as one of Melbourne’s best indie groups, Young Vincent are ready to show off their fruits of labour with a sonically rich debut EP in YOUNG VINCENT.
“Why does getting high, make us feel so low?” The central question permeating throughout ALLIPHA’s latest single, ‘FREAK INSIDE’ shows the songwriter delving into the highs and lows of a relationship and the thrills one can get from it - whether they be good or bad.
Full of warmth, lyrical strength and musical dynamism, The Settlement has continued to strive forward musically since the release of their single ‘Loving On You’ in 2018. Now, the alt-folk five-piece have returned with another taste of their sophomore, this time in the irresistible ‘Take It Slow’.
Generating discussion and momentum surrounding his 2018 singles ‘Black Boy’ and ‘Change’, Canberra based hip hop artist KG has returned with the newest entry in his ever developing body of work, ‘COME ALONG’.
With 2018 spent selling out hometown venues and riding the wave of their irresistible summer jam ‘Why You Always Gotta Fight Me’, Wollongong five-piece Ruby Tuesdays are ready and raring to go for another year!
With the dust barely settled on their last acclaimed Australian jaunt, Caravãna Sun are gearing up to do it all again, this time bringing the wildly talented LaBrassBanda out to Australian shores to join the party!
With delicately constructed guitar, lilting vocals and a matured lyricism, Melbourne songwriter Daniel Trakell returns with his first release for 2019 in ‘Wisdom/Boredom’. A song that wraps the listener up instantly with its warmth and rich musicality, ‘Wisdom/Boredom’ explores Trakell’s developed songwriting skill since his last single ‘So Long’ further put him on the map as an artist to watch.
This February Event & Village Cinemas will exclusively screen legendary composer Tchaikovsky’s final full-length opera - The Queen of Spades - 16, 17 and 20 February 2019 - at 19 Event Cinemas and 7 Village Cinemas locations nationally as part of the Royal Opera House 2018/19 Live Cinema Season.
Ripple Film is a commercial film and photography company making waves, locally and internationally. With clients like Roc Boots and Universal Music, as well as local favourites like Manly Spirits, the company maintains its roots as a passionate, hard-working enterprise born on the beaches. Tara Wesson sat down with Ripple’s founder, Eddie Blake.
The emergence and rise to notoriety of Adelaide four piece The Montreals has been an impressive one; the last two years have seen the ferociously entertaining band go from strength to strength, first off the back of debut EP Indigo Club and this year, with the success of singles ‘Y2K’ and ‘Sardines’.
Wearing heart and influences firmly on sleeve, Ruby Tuesdays present their soul-drenched new single, ‘Why You Always Gotta Fight Me’. A strikingly vulnerable offering from the Wollongong five-piece, this new release is the perfect soundtrack to your summer.
For our cover shot, we’ve got 17 year old Seamus Byrne to thank. A self-taught photographer local to the Northern Beaches, his work focuses on seascapes and capturing the relaxed lifestyle we all know and love.
Two Northern Beaches brothers with very different musical styles are combining their talents for the first time to create an individual sound. COVERED. spoked to Ian and Peter Walsh about their new venture and what went before.