Darren Ng

If I'm not sloshing it out at a gig, your next best bet would be to find me in a record store.


Tei Shi ‘See Me’

Buenos-Aires born, New-York based Tei Shi (Valerie Teicher) is finally back with a new single following the single from last year, ‘Nevermind the End‘, which has her engraved in the stones as a prominent artist with a keen story to tell.


Mammals ‘Move Slower’ ft. Flash Forest

Mammals would probably not belong to the faction of the new kids of the block after hopping onboard Goldroom‘s growing list of collaborators for latest single ‘Till Sunrise’ and opening for the 1975 in their tour of Australian shows.


Giraffage ‘No Reason’ EP

Granted that we’ve probably featured too many Giraffage tunes on the Purple Sneakers site (is that possible.


Flight Facilities ‘Two Bodies’ (Darius Remix)

When Flight Facilities announced their debut album’s arrival, ‘Down to Earth’, time stood still for a moment.


Belle & Sebastian ‘The Party Line’

It is fair to say Belle and Sebastian are not who they once were.


MY BODY ‘All I Can’

Brooklyn synth pop duo MY BODY has managed to infect Australia from across the globe with their sweet jar of nectar-like tunes.


Mana Island ‘Stare’

Moscow indie pop band MANA ISLAND must know that they have done something right.


Brandy ‘I Wanna Be Down’ (ChooKy Remix)

This ChooKy remix of Brandy’s ‘I Wanna Be Down’ is a track that makes perfect sense for the upcoming weekend.


FBi Social To Close After One Final Blowout

Many nights at FBi Social have been made into cherished memories.


Cymbals ‘Talk To Me’

There has been a recent revival in the 80s, with a huge surge of artists going in opposite directions to the futuristic sounds the 2014 electronic acts are slanted to occupy.


Glass Animals ‘Hazy’ (Live in London)

British indie rock band Glass Animals whipped up quite a buzz when they released ’Pools’ early in the year, which led to a tour with eccentric songstress St. Vincent and a subsequent tropical album in ‘Zaba’.


Yeo Announces ‘Come Find Me’ EP + National Tour

Melbourne’s YEO doesn’t believe in being bound to genres; on his Facebook page under the genre column, he marks it with “like it matters anymore”, but sees himself being fitted into many sub headers like indie, electronic, pop, rock and even R & B.