Parcels – Myenemy
These guys have to be one of the best live acts around, this video basically proves it.
Asgier – Unbound
Really inventive production elements in this track and amazing vocals throughout.
RY X – Only
Very intimate heartfelt song, feels like his voice is right next to your ear.
Crooked Colours – Flow
Crisp guitar riffs, catchy bass lines, groovy, interesting and well rounded sound overall.
RÜFÜS – Innerbloom
The kind of dance song that you can listen to while sitting down, because it has enough substance in it to be more than just something to move to, it¹s
emotional and it¹s a straight up banger all in the same package.
hildish Gambino – Redbone
Such an interesting style of vocals in this song, simplicity in the instrumentation, but the good kind of simple.
John Mayer – Still Feel Like Your Man
This song has uplifting connotations and is real fun to sing along to, just chilling in the living room jamming out to John.
Lianne La Havas – Unstoppable (FKJ Remix)
An amazing song by Lianne taken to a new level with FKJ¹s groovy production work.
Louis The Child – World On Fire (feat. Ashe)
There¹s something very innocent about this song, I love the choices of sounds and samples. Her voice sits really well with the music as well so both artist have done well to fit together.
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals – Tiny Desk Concert (Live)
Amsterdam new single is out now
2016 was a huge year for Byron Bay electronic five-piece Tora, starting the year after playing slots at major festivals including Glastonbury and Falls Festival, they supported RÜFÜS in Australia for their ‘bloom’ tour and sold out their own Australian run of single shows. Today, Tora reveal their intricate new single ‘Amsterdam’ which will be released on 17 March, with their debut album slated for release later this year.
Layered, lush and hauntingly beautiful ‘Amsterdam’ was self-produced by the band, before being mastered by Grammy nominated engineer Andrei Eremin. ‘Amsterdam’ continues on from previous singles ‘Poly Amor’ and ‘Twice’, and EP’s Eat the Sun and the self-titled Tora, all of which have amassed a combined 20 million online streams.
With an extensive touring CV, Tora have played at The Great Escape (UK), Best Kept Secret (NL), and Germany’s premier festivals, Fusion Festival, and Reeperbahn as well as over 70 other festivals and headline shows across Europe, the US, Mexico and Canada.
As previous winners of the triple j unearthed spot at Splendour in the Grass, Tora continue to solidify their position as one of the most lauded live acts in the country.