With an intro that could rival the poppy jangly energy in This Charming Man, you’ll fall head-first into Juniper Avenue’s latest single, ‘Disfunction’.
It doesn’t take long before the feat of new wave indie quintessence slips into a darker, more despondent indie styling that takes hold of the same biting energy exuded by The Strokes.
Beyond reminiscence, Disfunction sits right on the contemporary trend of finding no shame in stating that you’re fairly close to losing the plot. With a touch of grungy garage rock to the vocals which still bleed soul despite their raucous nature, Disfunction offers everything you could ask for and more.
With vocals that will be a hit with any Chris Cornell fans, eclectically wild instrumentals and the raw lyrics which don’t just scratch at superficiality, Juniper Avenue is definitely worth putting on your radar.
Disfunction is now available to stream via Spotify.
Hitting play for the first time on Ella Babicci’s debut track Twisted, I could have sworn I was listening to an Angel Olsen single. That’s not to say the Brisbane, Australia based Singer Songwriter doesn’t have her own iconic style. The guitar driven riffs to her latest track Twisted combined with the rhythmically on point drum rolls creates the perfect track instrumentally and vocally setting her apart from pretty much every other contemporary artist in the ever expanding genre. Ella Babicci’s iconic Grunge Pop style is something that is sure to resonate with anyone who gets a little nostalgic about the 90’s. Ella’s angelically raw yet domineering take you on a macabre meandering journey through her psyche, using her pensively penned lyrics to draw you in and the hooks make sure you stay. There’s a distinct Lo Fi reverb over her debut track Twisted that not every fan will appreciate, but for me, it creates a new wave of synergy that draw you even further into the track.
Ella Babicci’s 2018 debut track Twisted is now available to listen to over on Spotify, you’re not going to want to miss it.