Little Indie casts its ears and eyes over more of the latest sounds to emerge recently from Down Under.
THE KONTESSA - GET OUT
From Newcastle, New South Wales, indie high school teen trio - Tommy Grono, Jackson Delamere, Sam Collins - with their debut track. An earworm grower once you've heard the grungey, DIY grooves a few times.
FOOD COURT - GOOD LUCK
Taken from the Sydney quartet's new 'Good Luck' debut album, released last month. Catchy garage-fuzz rock.
VEYA - WISH YOU WELL
Emerging Melbourne electronic hip hop artist who, while still a largely unknown entity, has been racking up some sick sounds online - 'Passenger', 'Way Back', 'Cold Love' - and this latest edges into experimental realms.
FIELDING - MATILDA
Brisbane electronic songstress Phoebe Purtill's powerful dark pop lead track with subtle synths and raw vocals, from her just released 'Best Wife' album.
NO SISTER - ROMANTIC NOTION
The Melbourne alt-post punk outfit release their second album 'The Second Floor' on November 14, with this as the lead single. Not so muvh romantic as discordant, sharp, edgy and cracking good. Worth a listen.
BRODIE TRENT - PHOENIX JAMES
Haunting debut single, released last month, from the Adelaide-based multi-instrumentalist. A cinematic approach and Trent's soaring vocal on the opening, gradually open out to change its complexion.