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New Music: Klo ‘Under Lie’

Newcomers on the scene, Klo, have just released their third single, Under Lie. Cousins from Melbourne, Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul, have had an absolute crazy year; releasing their first two singles, debuting their live show, signing with Good Manners Music (Willow Beats, Bannoffee), and showcasing with BIGSOUND. All of this in just within eight months […]

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New Single: Belle & Sebastian ‘The Party Line’

Is anyone else’s inner teenager singing for joy at the return of Belle & Sebastian?! They are finally back in our ear drums (they never really left mine), and will soon be returning to our shores to top it all off. They’re bringing their latest album, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance, with them and judging […]

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New Video: CHVRCHES ‘Under The Tide’

Did anyone predict the complete takeover of the world that CHVRCHES has secretly been doing this year? Being booked on just about every festival bill for the last 12 months, their album has skyrocketed to be one of the best electro-pop releases of the past few years. The Scottish darlings are back again, this time with […]

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New Video: FKA twigs ‘Video Girl’

FKA twigs is my spiritual queen right now. Her incredible style and flawless dance moves are unreal, and her DGAF attitude is inspiring to say the least. She has been flung into the spotlight since the release of her debut album, LP1, and her latest video clip for current single Video Girl isn’t doing her any favours if […]

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Single Review: Robbie Miller ‘Sunday’

Singer-songwiter, Robbie Miller, brings a humble charm to the table with his new single, Sunday. The Brisbane-based musician was swept into a whirlwind last year, winning the Triple J Unearthed National Indigenous Music Awards, supporting The Paper Kites and gaining national airplay with his track, Don’t Go Walking Away. Admittedly written about his ‘Nanna’, the genuine and delicate track […]

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Interview: Bass Drum of Death

Starting off as probably the coolest one man band ever, Bass Drum of Death‘s John Barrett has come a long way since the early days of stomping on a bass drum, shredding on his guitar and wailing into a mic. He’s now recruited friend and frequent collaborator Len Clark full time to bring us their […]

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Single Review: Audient ‘Other Dudes’

Sydney-siders, Audient, are bringing exciting things to the table. After the release of their debut EP Morrow earlier this year, they have now released a brand new single, Other Dudes. The trio is made up by producers Beau Cummins, Josh Jones and Mitchell Gene delivering vocals. The track is a smooth, velvety production featuring Mitchell’s elusive lyricism and appropriately reserved instrumentation. Simple, yet effective, […]

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New Single: Twerps ‘Back To You’

Melbourne outfit, Twerps, have just released a quaint little tune that had my toes tapping and head nodding before I even realised what was going on. They’ve also paired the track with a beautiful film clip that shows quintessential suburbia in an almost warm glow. Catchy riffs and relaxed harmonies, as well as tight melodies make […]

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Introducing: Public Access TV

2014 has shed light on some impressive emerging talent. The latest band to enter the fray is New York’s Public Access TV, who have been gathering momentum since their conception in January and have already garnered support from the likes of the NME. After signing with Dew Process in Australia, the band yesterday released their […]

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Q&A: Dick Diver

The coolest new festival to hit the east coast kicks off this Saturday, and it is filled to the brim with unreal Australian acts. Headlined by Brisbane’s DZ Deathrays, the festival starts in Brisbane before heading to Melbourne and Sydney. One of the most anticipated sets comes from Melbourne’s Dick Diver, a four piece that […]

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