Theo Parrish has created nineteen tracks with incredible local artists from the Detroit area. The album has been dubbed a ‘Tribute to Motor City Music’. Parrish has said that “Detroit creates, yet rarely imitates. Why? We hear and see many from other places do that with what we originate.” Like the previous iterations, the album will be released by the New-York indie label !k7.
Changes is the 23rd studio album by Aussie psychedelic rock band, and it's the fifth of seven albums that they’ll be releasing this year. So far all of their albums they’ve released this year have debuted in the Top 12 of ARIAs Album Charts. Stu Mackenzie: "Every song is built around this one chord progression – every track is like a variation on a theme."
In 2020, Youtuber Matt Watson made his music debut with his EP, OUCH! In which he played, sang, mixed and produced himself. Alongside the release of his first album, Watson announced the SEE YOU THERE tour which commences on the second of November across six US cities.
Formed in 2015, this is the english rock band’s 4th studio album. The Hunna was produced by the infamous Gil Norton, who has previously produced for the likes of The Foo Fighters, The Pixies, and Jimmy Eat World. Ryan Potter describes the recording process as, “All of us were together, joking around and letting loads out. Even though it (the album) has got an angst to it, we don’t take life too seriously, we’re just having fun.
After blowing up on Tiktok with his single Betty (Get Money), Yung Gravy charted in the ARIA Singles Charts for fourteen weeks. This is the first ful album in two years for the Minnesota rapper. It is also his third studio album, with features from bbno$, Rich Brian, TrippythaKid and Ishdarr.
Known for their holiday albums Pentatonix are releasing their sixth holiday album and the twelfth studio album. The three time Grammy Award winners rose to fame in 2011 after winning the US competition The Sing-Off. They have also announced a headlining tour for this album as well throughout the US and Europe.