Here’s 5 tracks Melbourne alternative folk band Young Vincent have been digging at the time of release of their new self-titled EP.
This song seemingly never ends – which is exactly the way it should be. We’ve been fans of Dan Kelly for a long time. He challenges us with the honesty of his lyrics and delightful little guitar licks.
Khruangbin – Maria También
What can you say about these absolute genius musicians. They’re simple but crafty – a priceless quality for a band that captivates your full attention throughout their full instrumental set. They’ve encapsulated their personalities perfectly in their music and that’s probably the thing that locks your attention into their every move.
Neighbour – Ken Done
These guys always surprise us with how tastefully they weave together those organic sounds with electronic effects. They’ve achieved such a big sound but maintain the integrity of the sound that’s unique to them – and it just so happens that they’re great friends of ours.
Slowdancer – It Goes On
Delicious vocal lines produced to perfection. An interplay of masterfully crafted tones that makes this simple melody feel like a progressive piece. Looking forward to what will be a mesmerising performance at the Forum.
Cass McCombs – Sleeping Volcanoes
The mix of dynamic washy tones and stark present mix is the dream. It’s unapologetically raw and dirty which is the kind of track that gets us going. We sneakily took some inspiration for our EP from Cass’ impressive work on this one.