Moonlight Broadcast are a band writing songs about fumbling through life and asking questions with no answers. The songs document the happenings of any given moment in our lives, all the while knowing that we know nothing at all. Taking the poetic sensibilities of Crowded House and the National as well as the wonder of Death Cab for Cutie, Moonlight Broadcast create songs with killer melodies and rough edges. With little regard for fitting in with the latest trends, they focus on providing a soundtrack for the winding, bumpy road we are all travelling on.
Moonlight Broadcast released their debut EP, A Cynic’s Guide to Dying Happy, in 2018, and will be releasing new singles steadily over the next year. Radio appearances have included Melbourne’s RRR and Syn.fm. The band has brought their live show to various venues across Melbourne, such as The Retreat and The Evelyn Hotel, as well as an acoustic performance at The Corner Hotel. The band plans to tour regionally and nationally in the near future.
The Cornersmiths are a Melbourne band playing a retro blend of blues, country, folk and soul. Starting out in an upstairs room near the corner of Smith St, Collingwood, The Cornersmiths began playing around with genres to create their own style.
Their collaborative approach to writing has produced songs about love, heartbreak, lust, politics and surprisingly, for such an upbeat group of people, the brevity of life. Their signature blend of country, soul,blues and folk will make you feel good and make you move.
A Man Called Son
A Man Called Son is the Melbourne-based project of Simon J. Pearlman. Inspired by classic Aussie acts like The Go-Betweens and The Triffids, the Melbourne outfit have created a sonic exploration of the Australian landscape; its isolation and vastness, its restlessness and occasional hostility. The latest, and third, AMCS album is titled 'No Maps.’ Featuring the singles 'Temperament' and 'Humidity', this album is the most eclectic, surprising and catchiest of AMCS releases to date.
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