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BYP VIII: Introducing Future Static (…again)

Melbourne's Future Static are easily one of our favourite bands in the Melbourne scene and when the opportunity to have them back on BYP presented itself, we pounced. With the first anniversary of their debut EP Want approaching, we talked to band about new material, some reminiscing about 2018 and what we can expect from Read More

2019-02-13T12:03:55+00:00February 13th, 2019|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

Kids in Control – Is This Thing On…? REVIEW

Is This Thing On...? is the debut album of Melbourne pop punk outfit Kids In Control. With the band kicking around since 2013, these boys have a couple of releases under their belt including 2016's Spotlights EP and had been pretty active in the local circuit over the years. For this record, the boys benefited Read More

2019-02-13T12:19:58+00:00February 13th, 2019|Featured, Reviews, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Weighbridge

Melbourne's Weighbridge are a brand new band featuring members of the now defunct renowned local acts Set The Score and Fear of Flying Objects. Combining a good mix of both the bands previous sounds, the boys have started their ascent in the scene by having their first show with Melbourne heavyweights Void of Vision and Read More

2019-01-29T12:53:36+00:00January 29th, 2019|Featured, Interviews, Slider, Uncategorised|0 Comments

Days Like These return with The Absolute

Queensland pop punk/post hardcore outfit Days Like These are back with brand new single 'The Absolute'. The track which shows considerable growth for the boys, mixing plenty of heavy and melodic with a healthy dose of double time. The song was also released alongside a music video filmed by Sauvage Photo. The single comes a Read More

2019-01-18T11:51:46+00:00January 18th, 2019|Featured, News, Slider|0 Comments

SPOTLIGHT: Introducing Marshall Street Studios

Marshall Street Studios is a new breed of recording studio, purpose built with 10 fully isolated and acoustically treated music studios located in Bundoora (about 20 minutes from Melbourne's city centre). Helming the recording studio is the legend Stu Watts who you would know from fantastic local pop punk acts The Playbook and The Spinset. Read More

2019-01-19T13:47:33+00:00January 17th, 2019|Featured, Interviews, News, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Heists

Heists are one of the most exciting hardcore acts coming out of Sydney right now. 2018 saw them not only release their debut EP Disquiet but also an absolute barn burner in new single Defeated! We caught up with the lads to discuss their productive 2018, their upcoming support slot for Stick To Your Guns/Terror Read More

2019-01-16T11:50:31+00:00January 16th, 2019|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

Kids In Control drop new single.

Melbourne pop punk veterans Kids In Control have released 'Last Mistake', the first single off their long awaited debut album Is This Thing On?. The boys travelled across the pond to the US to record the album with Nick Thompson (Hit the Lights) and Rick King at King Sound Studios. Is This Thing On is set Read More

2019-01-16T11:42:08+00:00January 16th, 2019|Featured, News, Slider|0 Comments

INTERVIEW – Stranger

Melbourne's Stranger were a unique discovery to the scene when they first started out. They were different enough to stand out from the rest but fit right in with the best in the game, writing hauntingly melancholy emo/alternative rock which tugged at your heartstrings as well as burying melodies deep in your brain for days. Read More

2019-01-03T15:11:58+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments

Born Yesterday’s 20 Best Local Tracks of 2018!

2018 has been a great year for music in the local Aussie scene. It felt like in a way that this year was where the torch had been passed down. With bands like Hellions, Trophy Eyes and more finding success in the overseas markets and trading in small venues for large ones, it really left Read More

2018-12-20T17:59:31+00:00December 20th, 2018|Featured, News, Slider|0 Comments