The 10 Best Aussie Tracks of September '22
From ecstatic disco-house, hip-hop, synthy alt-pop, to stoner-rock, here are our top picks from across the nation for the month that was.
As the sun sets on another month of great Aussie music, we took some time to go through some great album, EP, and single releases to compile our favourite 10 tracks from September.
Take a scroll through these great Australian tracks from Arno Faraji, Big Scary, Grace Sanders, Loods & Mall Grab, Loretta Miller & Ruby Jones, Memphis LK, Sampa The Great, Stephen Bailey, Supathick, and The Murlocs.
Arno Faraji - Black Sunday
With his highly anticipated debut mixtape imminent, the Boorloo/ Perth based rapper-songwriter continues to grow his expansive sounds, digging deeper and becoming a tad more experimental with this irresistibly smooth hip-hop take.
Big Scary - Goodbye Earle Street
Strumming and drumming their way from their suburban living room into the ears and hearts of listeners around the globe, the Naarm/ Melbourne duo weave breathtaking melodies drenched in euphoric harmonies in this sweet yet melancholic track, taken from their sixth record Me and You.
Grace Sanders - Attachment Theory
An irresistibly catchy sonic hypothesis taken from the Boorloo/ Perth artist's forthcoming EP due later this month, taking cues from psychedelic, indie pop and electronic genres, it’s a soulful and sentimental take on modern r&b.
Loods & Mall Grab - Love Is Real
In the midst of a nationwide tour together, Mulubinba/ Newcastle based producer and DJ Mall Grab teams up London-based aussie producer/ longtime friend Loods for a groove-laced ecstatic disco-house track.
Loretta Miller & Ruby Jones - Eighteen
The harmonious voices of Naarm/ Melbourne based singer-songwriters Loretta and Ruby intertwine, as the pair address the realities of ageism and misogyny in this rollicking and anthemic celebration of female friendship on the road.
Memphis LK - Whip
Fresh from Listen Out stages, The Naarm/ Melbourne based self-taught producer continues to refine her brand of OG underground dance music styles with modern pop influences with this potent percussive jungle and synthy alt-pop tune.
Sampa The Great - Mask On feat. Joey BadA$$
Taken from her latest LP As Above, So Below, The Zambian-born Botswana-raised poet and rapper teams up with rapper-singer-actor Joey BadA$$ for this huge track, evolving from hazy and spiritual to straight up fire.
Stephen Bailey - The Holder
The prolific Boorloo/ Perth-based artist reveals his ballad dedicated to Mother Nature, taken as the first track from forthcoming record (due November) the intriguingly titled G.G. Ryder, it’s an optimistic and enchanting slice of laidback folk rock.
Supathick - Own My Mind
Recently taking out the West Australian Music (WAM) song of the year in the Hip Hop/ New R&B category, the genre-blurring outfit reach anthemic pop perfection with this bitter sweet track taken from their sophomore EP In The Thick Of It.
The Murlocs - Bellarine Ballerina
Lifted from their sixth full-length studio album Rapscallion, the Naarm/ Melbourne-based rockers venture through the realms of stoner-rock to the more primitive edge of post-punk with this melodic and explosive track.