Meet Our Feature Artist for August | Future Haunts
2019 is shaping up to be the biggest year yet for our August feature artist, Future Haunts. Following the release of their anthemic latest single, ‘Fall In Line’, the Brisbane four-piece is gearing up to impress their hometown with two showcases at BIGSOUND 2019.
Self-recorded at Plutonium Studios and mixed by Miro Mackie (St. Vincent, DZ Deathrays, Hatchie), ‘Fall In Line’ is a punch-back at ‘draconian’ lockout laws. Ben Speight explains that... Read More
Apple Music For Artists - What does it do?
It’s been a big week for artists wanting to access their streaming information and performance on Apple Music. We’ve packaged up some of the changes below for you. Take a look.
APPLE MUSIC FOR ARTISTS
Apple Music has just opened ‘Apple Music for Artists’ up for general use. Exclusive to iOS, ‘Apple Music for Artists’ has been in beta since 2018 and was launched with both a desktop and mobile app as their response to 'Sportify for... Read More
Where To Catch The GYRO Team This Month
It’s going to be a big month for GYROstream, we’ll be attending two big events over the next few weeks and we can’t wait to shake some hands and talk music! Here's where you'll find us!
Sound Advice - NSW
Presented by MusicNSW, Sound Advice is a series of talks, panels and masterclasses that are presented by industry professionals from around the nation. Covering topics such as distribution, publishing, synchronisation, licensing and much more,... Read More
GYROstream at Splendour 2019
Were you lucky enough to head along to this year’s Splendour In The Grass at the North Byron Parklands? Did you manage to catch some familiar GYRO faces? Whether you missed out, or are looking to relive the mems, here’s our wrapup of our favourite GYROstream acts, Kwame, JessB, The Jensens and Hope D.
Kwame’s set was nothing short of astounding - debuting his live band, who we first caught a glimpse of during his Like A Version, the... Read More
Our Feature EP for July - Nasty Mars and The Martians
Our feature EP for the month is none other than the elusive Melbourne hip-hop collaborators Nasty Mars & The Martians, setting off into the astrals with their debut EP Heaven Gotta Groove.
Since arriving with their 2017 debut single ‘Soul Island’, the eclectic group have steadily cemented themselves into Melbourne’s vibrant musical melting pot. Over the years frontman Nasty Mars has only furthered this acclaim with his solo raps, showcasing a bold persona on... Read More