Featured Releases


The Cogent Sea
by Slow Dancing Society


What’s Your Utopia?

by perth


The Wooden Heart
by Kramies


Voices Out There
by [The] Caseworker


Latest News

Slow Dancing Society Reviews at Life is Noise and Igloo Mag

Slow Dancing Society’s stunning 6th album, The Cogent Sea, continues to receive praise at some of our favourite music sites. Both Igloo Mag and Life is Noise have delivered glowing reviews for the album in the last week. Here’s some snippets to get you in...

New Kramies Review and Interview

Kramies gorgeous new EP The Folklore Sessions (featuring Grant Wilson of Ghost Hunters) has just received a glowing review at Luna Kafe, “No make-up, no special effects, no overdub-garnish. Just the power and the beauty of melodies carried out...

Brother Earth Signs to Hidden Shoal

As promised in our previous post we have more fantastic news to share. We’re extremely excited to be able to announce the signing of American duo Brother Earth. The band will release the amazing full length Positive Haywires on 16th September preceded by two...

New Website, New Moves!

If you’re reading this on our new website then it’s hardly news that we have a new website. But damn it we do! It’s not just a makeover though – it represents some exciting changes that we’ve been working on at Hidden Shoal over the last...

Hidden Shoal Featured at Happy!

Check out this wonderful feature on Hidden Shoal over at the brilliant Sydney based zine Happy. Some lovely mini write ups of the new Slow Dancing Society album The Cogent Sea and Kramies The Wooden Heart EP in there as well. We loved these guys and girls already but...

More Glowing Reviews for “The Folklore Sessions”

Kramies beautiful new free EP The Folklore Sessions is continuing to garner praise as it reaches new ears. The, which features the piano talents of Ghost Hunters’ Grant Wilson, has just scooped two glowing reviews over at Backseat Mafia and Music Won’t...

Featured Videos

Kramies (feat. Jason Lytle) – ‘Clocks Were All Broken’

In the new video for Kramies‘ gorgeous track ‘Clocks Were All Broken’   which features the instrumental and production talents of Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) the song’s theme of time standing still is rendered visually by experimental film-maker...