New Music


Our monthly Hotlist for April

Huge recommendations across all genres this month.

From indie to electronica and everything in between, there are recommendations whatever your jam is, so get stuck into the below and enjoy. 

Dreaming Of  by Phoebe Green

You know when you come across an artist and it feels like you’ve been listening to them forever, that’s how familiar they sound? That’s the feeling I got when I first heard Manchester-based singer-songwriter Phoebe Green’s single Dreaming Of. The synth-filled indie-pop bop sounds sugary sweet on the surface, but the lyrics have some serious bite. Gloria

Cool Again by Shoffy

Catchy tune from Shoffy that features Sam Farrar of Maroon 5. Worth a listen to boost your Friday mood. Katie

Sterling Silver by Moses Carr

Hailing from Melbourne, Moses Carr is the latest in an ever-growing list of local funkmaster producers with a unique voice and knack for stitching together sounds and samples into groovy, synth-laden feel-good jams. Dropping a string of new singles over the past few weeks, one of his latest, Sterling Silver features just a walking, funk-strut bassline and the right mix of spacey chords and house-inspired beats that will get you feeling good and grooving along no matter where you are. Brandon

Addicted  by Retro Video Club

I am a sucker for an indie-rock belter packed with huge riffs, and if that also sounds like your cup of tea then Scottish band Retro Video Club’s latest single Addicted is going to make you real happy. This chorus is just made for singing along to in a heaving moshpit. Gloria

Keep Cup by Slush

This tongue-in-cheek anthem is a banger with awesome lyrics. One for the alt-girl gang for sure. Sian

Hold On by Crooked Colours

This track has a dreamy, synthesiser swirl and slowly grows into perfectly timed electronic dance jam. It might give off love song impressions, but there is a darkness that comes through every now and again between each layer. Impossible not to love. Vanessa

Pushing 20 by Sabrina Carpenter

It’s so dang catchy and an awesome addition to any dance party or gym playlist. Natalie

Love Letters by Chris Burton

Cute new song by a Danish teen I’d never heard of. Sounds similar to Bieber, but with a bit less ‘tude. Katie

Ashamed by Omar Apollo

Such a funky tune from an artist I’m now very much obsessed with. Go check him out. Sian

Sad Guy by Sly Withers

From a tender, slacker-rock ballad to an absolute power rock anthem in the space of three and a half minutes. Sly Withers are the sort of band we’ll be seeing all over national festival lineups in no time. Gloria