New tunes Wednesday is here again. You are welcome.
Super Cruel feat. Hazlett – ME+YOU
Okay, Super Cruel are phenomenal. Combining Adelaide’s own producer Tigerilla and Sydney’s Porsches, the duo can put together a well-rounded tune. The pair burst onto the scene a few years ago with their debut November featuring Lisa Mitchell. Pretty reasonable start if you ask me. Even listening to this song, their talent is super obvious. ME+YOU is similar in this respect. Boasting building layers of electronic goodness, a soothing guitar presence and a voice from Hazlett that somewhat mirrors the harmonic Bon Iver, ME+YOU is a winner. Hazlett, residing in Brisbane has a super indie and earthy sound, which makes Super Cruels influence even more impressive. Their ability to combine fragile vocals into the electronic music scene effortlessly is admirable. Read more about ME+YOU here from one of Fresh’s own.
Elk Road – Ghost
As someone who loves a groove, I can certainly approve Elk Roads new song Ghost. Perth Musician and Record Producer Elk Road, aka Rory Garton-Smith, has been around the music scene for quite a while, and yes, he’s been making remarkable music. One of my favourites from the past is his Triple J (who also seem to dig him) Like a Version cover of Flight Facilities, which also combines excerpts from Tame Impala’s ‘The Less I Know the Better’. I mean, talk about a good combo. He’s also worked with Julia Stone, had his remix of Charli XCX’s Boom Clap played internationally, and performed at Splendour in The Grass. Now, his new song Ghost is different, but JUST as delightful to listen to. The vocals from JES are impeccable and suit the tune to a tee. Definitely worth a listen.
All Day – Wonder Drug
Successful Adelaide prodigy Allday is getting ready for the waited release of his 3rd Album with new tune Wonder Drug. Even considering the rapper has been living in L.A for the past couple of years, he has teamed up with Australian Golden Vessel and Simon Lam for his album introduction. Wonder Drug also has powerful lyrics which reflects his learnings since making a huge move to America. He creates discussions of self-growth and discovery, which pairs with an easy-going hook that his fans will certainly belt out. Some have compared the style of this song similar to Post-Malone’s vibe, which potentially shows the American influence. His new album ‘Starry Night Over the Phone’ will be released in early 2019, and if it’s similar to Wonder Drug, then it’s going to be a ripper.