FEATURE: 5 Tracks We've Loved This Week

Friday, July 17, 2015

It's Friday, which means it's time to round up some of the tunes we've been hooked to this week. Sit back and relax to the finest releases we've stumbled across this week

Wells - 'Fractures'
Sydney's very own Wells, has released a beautiful new track this week entitled 'Fractures'. The low tempo track will have you putting the track on constant repeat. Though, Wells is relatively new onto the scene, we look forward to seeing what they do next.

Fifth Dawn - 'Turbulence' 
Formed in November 2014, Fifth Dawn features the talents of young artists hailing from selective performing arts and academic high schools. Though they might be young, they definitely know how to create powerful tunes. The track sees them combine heavy instrumentation with the soaring vocals of SLS trained vocalist Samantha Faul. 

True Science - 'Pedestal' 
Rarely do we see WA acts representing in our weekly round up, but this changes this week with the addition of 'Pedestal'. Indie-electronic act True Science experiment with the sounds of trip-hop and chill wave on their latest release. The release of this track follows the success of previous single 'Soilder'.

Binary Circus - 'Storm' 
The three piece from Brisbane have been writing up a storm in recent times, consequently finding their way to a new direction and more 'mature' sound. From beginning to end, 'Storm' builds energy and purpose throughout. The alluring track has been coupled with some deep lyrics such as "natural progression's not paying attention to what it is letting through.'

Strange Talk - 'Something's Bout To Change'
'Something's Bout To Change' is our party track of the week. The odd are, you've probably caught Strange Talk at a festival as they've done them all from Falls to Stereosonic to the now former Future Music Festival. The anthem is a must add to your party playlist!