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Hachiku - Moonface     Rock 26/05/2017
Born in Detroit, raised in Germany and now residing in Melbourne, Hachiku, a.k.a Anika Ostendorf, 22, writes and produces dream pop with an avant-garde twist.
Moonface is the first single to be lifted from Hachiku's debut self-titled EP out through Milk! Records from June 2nd. Moonface was also featured as part of Split Singled Club, a recent 7" vinyl collaboration between Bedroom Suck and Milk Records.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Aeron Clark, Edge Radio, Hobart (TAS)


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Courtney Barnett - How To Boil An Egg     Rock 18/05/2017
Typically infectious, barnstorming and deadpan “How To Boil An Egg” is a standalone brand new track from the critically lauded singer songwriter Courtney Barnett.
How To Boil An Egg is the result of studio experimentations where Barnett played every instrument herself, and is a reworked version of one of the first songs she ever wrote.

2017 NATIONAL LIVE MUSIC AWARDS NOMINEE: Live Voice of the Year (presented by Audio-Technica - People's Choice Awards)

Jen Cloher - Kinda Biblical     Rock, Garage 14/04/2017
Jen Cloher is an acclaimed singer-songwriter, artist advocate and co-founder of the label Milk! Records. She has just completed recorded her 4th album.
Kinda Biblical is an examination of the Radical Christian Right and their influence on the Republican Party. The song itself sees Cloher chanting over the incredible backing of her band. It's the first song to be made public after Jen Cloher's recent album sessions.