NEW AUS MUSIC PLAYLIST: Our Favourite Tunes Of The Week

NEW AUS MUSIC PLAYLIST: Our Favourite Tunes Of The Week
NEW AUS MUSIC PLAYLIST: Our Favourite Tunes Of The Week

Music Feeds’ New Aus Music Playlist is updated once a week with our favourite Australian releases from the preceding seven days. This week’s playlist includes the second single from Jen Cloher’s forthcoming fifth album, Kid Pharaoh’s history-reclaiming ‘British Museum’, Sophiya’s clubby hip hop release ‘BAD THING’, and newies from Freeds, Memphis LK, BOY SODA and more.

The New Aus Music Playlist is an excellent way to brush up on local music, discover new artists and support the Australian music industry. So, grab your headphones or aux cable and press play on this week’s must-hear new releases. (Head here to find previous instalments of the playlist.)

Listen to this month’s playlist

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New Additions: 02/12/2022

Jen Cloher – Being Human

Kid Pharaoh – British Museum

The Fragments – So Long

Sophiya – BAD THING

Freeds – Tickets

Orphan – For a Friend

Tia Gostelow – Say It To My Face

Memphis LK – Coffee

King Ivy – Paranoid

Purple Drapes – Demi Moore (My First Love)

Tiali – Icicles

1tbsp – Castillo

BOY SODA – Body

The Maggie Pills – Rip My Heart Out

Further Reading

VOLDY on the Artists Who Influenced His New Mixtape ‘Solplay Tape, Vol. 1’

PNAU And Troye Sivan Unite For New Single, ‘You Know What I Need’

Tropical Fuck Storm Share New Single ‘The Golden Ratio’, Announce 12″ Record with Hendrix Cover

Georgia Maq on Her Favourite Cover Songs: Lana Del Rey, Jamie T and More

R.em.edy on the Artists That Inspired Her ‘Last Summer’ EP

PREMIERE: Strictly D.T Employs AI-Generated Art For ‘Drift Away’ Video

Phoebe Go’s Favourite Solo Artists Who Started Out in Bands

Moreton’s Georgia James Potter on Story and Confession, Memory and Illusion

Andy Clockwise on Five Artists Who Inspired His Upcoming Four-Volume Album

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