Clairy Browne: Vanity Fair
Vanity Fair is the new single from Clairy Browne, the solo artist. Without the Bangin’ Rackettes. This is her updated sound – a dramatic departure from where she’s been before. Clairy has made it modern.
Inspired by beautiful big booty ladies like Nicki Minaj, Serena Williams and Jennifer Lopez, Vanity Fair is a props anthem – reinforcing body empowerment, booty love, and a tongue-in-cheek nod to the ‘ass-epidemic’ currently plaguing entertainment media.
The video is laced with a swag of cult Australian fashion labels – can you pick them? We can’t wait to chat to Clairy Browne about her new music and style. Coming soon.
ZHU x Gallant: Testarossa Music
The next instalment from ZHU‘s Genesis Series. Give it a moment, the magic happens at 00:24 sec
Broken Bells: It’s That Talk Again
DeJ Loaf: Back Off ft. Big Sean
Detroit rapper DeJ Loaf this week released her lively video for her single “Back Up” featuring Big Sean.
Directed by Alex Nazari, the video finds DeJ and her closest friends enjoying a fun filled night of roller-skating and dancing the Detroit Jit, a beloved area dance move referenced in the track.
Elk Road: Not to Worry
Not to Worry is the debut single for Perth producer Elk Road and is a perfect blend of lyrical angst and anthemic electro goodness.
City and Colour: Wasted Love
If I Should Go Before You is the new album released today by world-renowned singer, songwriter and performer City and Colour (aka Dallas Green). Green told The Daily Beast, “Wasted Love is one of two songs that I wrote and demoed without the band following pre-production. The guys were literally learning it on the spot while we were tracking in the studio. I can hear that spontaneous energy in the finished product.”
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