Tag Archives: Solid Gold

Eckul - Venice (A Long Decay) (ft. Blanco Son)  -acid stag

Melbourne newcomer Eckul gives us an eerie, dark-electro tune featuring Sydney’s Blanco Son

Kauf - Through The Yard [New Single] - acid stag

Loving this new track from LA producer Kauf

POLIÇA - Wedding [New Music] - acid stag

POLIÇA give the next taste of their new album, which comes with a very powerful message

Slum Sociable - TQ EP - acid stag

If this a debut, then Slum Sociable are without a doubt a band to keep an eye on

– ★★★★ by Natalia Morawski

TELEPATHE - Destroyer - acid stag

Brooklyn synth-pop duo Telepathe are back with a brand new album and damn is it good!

Slum Sociable – All Night - acid stag

Slum Sociable dropped their second single last week and it is amazing

(words by Max Byrne)

Groszek - Your Eyes - acid stag

Brisbane singer/multi-instrumentalist Groszek reveals his stunning debut single

Delorean – Crystal , Bena - acid stag

Barcelonian synth-pop crew Delorean have TWO shiny new tunes to share with us this week

Tanlines - Invisible Ways - acid stag

NYC’s Tanlines are back with a new album and this is just a small taste of what it will sound like

Bravestation - Somewhere We Belong

The enjoyably addictive ‘Somewhere We Belong’ is the second single to emerge from Canadian retro-pop trio Bravestation’s forthcoming EP, IV.

Poliça - Tiff (ft. Justin Vernon)

As one of the highlights of the recent Laneway Festival tour, Poliça have today delivered a brand-new track titled ‘Tiff’ featuring vocal assistance from Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon,


Solid Gold’s 2008 debut record ‘Bodies of Water’ immediately sunk its slick, synthy teeth into our skin. The band have revealed news of a new album called ‘Eat Your Young.’ ‘The Pendulum’ is its first grind-worthy sample.

Solid Gold

Back in November 2008, Minneapolis 4-piece Solid Gold released their amazingly addictive debut album Bodies of Water, which to our disappointment  didn’t receive much airplay here in Australia. The album was recorded on a budget of next to no money and they utilised any venue they could get their hands on such as city apartments, basements, cabins, and farms. In the bands own words; “Bodies […]