Found this producer on SoundCloud, and really like his song “Going with the Flow”. Relax!
Halfway Homebuoy is an Australian rock and folk band from Sydney. Listen to their awesome song “Life Goes On” —–> MOTIVATION :)
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu (born 1970) is an Indigenous Australian musician, who sings in the Yolngu language.He was born blind, has never learned Braille and does not have a guide dog or use a white cane. Yunupingu speaks only a few words of English, and is said to be acutely shy.
Warumpi Band were an Australian country and Aboriginal rock group which formed in the outback settlement of Papunya, Northern Territory in 1980.The Warumpi Band were formed in 1980 in Papunya – an outback settlement about 240 kilometres (150 mi) north-west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory – as a country and Aboriginal rockgroup. (wikipedia )
Here is their song “Black Fella, White Fella”
and my Island Home
Probably you have seen already the new commercial for the new Blackberry mobile . For me , the soundtrack behind attracted my curiousity.
A band from Australia – Tame Impala – is responsible for this song – awesome rock sound , Tame Impala is a group from Australia whose musical style is similar to the psychedelic rock of the late 1960s. The five members Kevin Parker, Dominic Simper, Jay Watson, Nick Allbrook and Julien Barbagallo already making music together since their school days, but played with while in other bands. To her early days in 2007, they presented their songs on MySpace and waited more or less to be discovered. They were finally taken from the indie label Modular under contract and played as the opening act for MGMT and the Black Keys and others.
Here is their song “Elephant”
John Butler, born in 1975, is an australian alternative rock musician born in the US. Listen to “Revolution”, played by the John Butler Trio:
Listen to Ocean too!
Xavier Rudd, one of my favourite musicians, is an australian musician and digeridoo player from Torquay, Victoria. Listen to his awesome song “Spirit Brid”:
Listen to No Women No Cry
Mehtyl Ethel is an australian experimental pop group from Perth. Listen to their new song “Poison Peach”:
Thanks for this suggestion Sophie McComish!
Husky is an australian indie folk band from Melbourne. They released their first album in 2012 ‘Forever So’. Listen to their nice song “History’s Door”:
Owl Eyes is the stage name of Brooke Adamo from Australia. She is well known in the indie pop scene for her nice voice. Listen to “Raiders”: