Naomi Keyte’s debut album Edge of Morning transforms the melodic vocal and guitar loops of her live show into complex and powerful arrangements. With influences like Beach House, Blonde Redhead, Patrick Watson and Daughter, there are hints of both dark and light in this breed of electric folk. Continue reading
A sassy upbeat number with a baritone sax that’s hard not to want to dance to. Straight to the point, this tongue in cheek track will have women everywhere singing to their husbands, boyfriends and lovers. Continue reading
This EP centers around the A-side’s “Let The Flies In”, which is Sontag Shogun’s single culled from their forthcoming full length LP, Tale. LTFI is supported by a reworked studio version of the previously released “Paper Canes” (off Absent Warrior, Abandoned Battlefield), “Hungarian Wheat”, by now a SS repertoire mainstay and culminates with “Gekheid Op Een Stokje” (Dutch, meaning “all jokes aside..” or literally “madness on a stick”). Continue reading
Vintage vocals and smooth as honey harmonies; Wish in My Dish is the newest release from Melbourne outfit Susy Blue. Sing-a-long and catchy, Wish in My Dish effortlessly combines Susy’s love for calypso, 60’s pop, whimsy and quirk. Continue reading
Australian musician Baterz spent his short lifetime tirelessly writing funny songs, drawing cartoons and touring. Afflicted with HIV and haemophilia, Baterz passed away in 2002. Big Rig Records is proud to be digitally re-releasing his entire recorded catalogue. Baterz 1968-2002 is the full recorded works from Baterzs’ solo career, the individual albums and EP’s are also available separately. Continue reading
“Hello Creatures” picks up from where the debut left off, but this time it’s more an album that a collection of songs and the guitar hooks have been hold back in advantage for a more dynamic and solid sound.