ft. Landings, King Stag, Mainland, Plastic Pinks and Forth Wanderers


Another week, another batch of filthy tracks to get you pumped for a carefree weekend. They may not be famous but they have the talent and we say that’s worthy of your attention. You will be tested afterwards, enjoy!



150603_owlslrgWeaning Lamb: Landings

Track: Start Again

Cut From: Brisbane, Aus

Flavours Of: Last Dinosaurs / Gypsy & The Cat

‘Start Again’ is a massive beam of light. The newest track from Landings boasts stunning production and is a feel-good nod to fellow Brisbane band Last Dinosaurs.


king-stagWeaning Lamb: King Stag

Track: Count Of G

Cut From: Melbourne,  Aus

Flavours Of: The Black Keys / Arctic Monkeys

Melbourne garage rockers King Stag lay down an infectious groove on ‘Count of G’. This track emerges as a classic, broody banger.


mainlandWeaning Lamb: Mainland

Track: Permission Slip

Cut From: Brooklyn, USA

Flavours Of: The Wombats / Spring King

Bursting at the seams with a too-cool-for-school attitude, ‘Permission Slip’ is a massive tune from Mainland. The driving chorus slips effortlessly into hooky ‘oohs’ that will be stuck in your head all damn day.


plastic-pinksWeaning Lamb: Plastic Pinks

Track: My Frenzy State

Cut From: Miami, USA

Flavours Of: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

A fuzz of psych/surf rock,’ My Frenzy State’ is raucous and old-school. Infused with over-driven guitar solos and a cheeky round of ‘aaahs’, this track is like Beach Boys you can head bang to.


wanderersWeaning Lamb: Forth Wanderers

Track: Slop

Cut From: New Jersey, USA

Flavours Of: Courtney Barnett / Chelsea Bleach / Smashing Pumpkins

Chill vibes, great riffs and a deliciously satisfying guitar sound ensure ‘Slop’ will be played on repeat. On this deceptively simple track the young Forth Wanderers find nuance in harmonies and punk drum grooves.