Video Premiere: ‘Rabbit Hole’, Jaguar Jonze

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While she holds only four songs in her discography, it’s the quality of Jaguar Jonze‘s small discography that gives her a larger reach than most. With the release of the music video for her new track ‘Rabbit Hole,’ Jonze continues to impress.

The music video is simple but effective, with Jaguar Jonze being the centre of the action. The fast tempo and quick camera angles, however, contrast the set design, creating a multi-layered video that keeps viewers invested the whole way.

“’Rabbit Hole’ is about exploring the intricacies of the defence mechanisms we unknowingly construct in our minds as we go through life’s inevitable adversities,” says Jonze. “It’s about the complicated relationship we have with trauma and the way we react in the face of it.”

The track is from her 2020 debut EP, and with its crisp imagery, catchy chorus, and artistic layering, ‘Rabbit Hole’ is a loud statement by Jonze that she is only getting started.

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Northeast Party House are creating an empire ahead of new album, SHELF LIFE

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Sitting outside a Mexican themed restaurant in the heart of Sydney, with sweat slowly emerging on our foreheads from the summer heatwave, Northeast Party House is sharing the love.

The Melbourne-based sextet, with only three members being able to make the interview – Zach, Mitch and Jack – comment that they’ve only flown into Sydney a few hours ago, and they’ve set aside the whole day to do interviews.

The band, whose music is far too versatile to be limited to just one genre, has been making waves over their decade long career. From more recent developments, like being signed to Sony Music Entertainment, to dropping hits like ‘Calypso Beach,’ the sextet has been making a name for themselves – in Australia, and overseas.

With their upcoming album, SHELF LIFE, only a few weeks away from release, we chatted to Northeast Party House on the album, vulnerability, and knowing when to turn a dream into reality.

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