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Live Review: Millions w/ Jesse Davidson, August 16 @ Goodgod

Being a colossal Millions fan, I was super excited about the release of their album Max Relax. I was even more stoked that I was lucky enough to attend one of their launch shows after their brief pre-release-hiatus. There had been a lot of chatter around this release, giving the public a lot to soak […]

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The Whitlams are on tour this October

Words by Robert Thornton It’s been a while since we heard any new music from Newtown alt-rock veterans The Whitlams, but their live performance is still as strong and engaging as ever. Following an orchestral tour last year that saw them playing with the likes of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Melbourne Pops Orchestra, […]

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Future Classic drops six new remixes for ‘The Reissue Project’

We recently posted about The Reissue Project, a collaborative effort from trendy fashionistas le coq sportif and much-loved local beatmakers Future Classic. To celebrate the project, FC and LCS have dropped six exclusive remixes of some of our all-time favourite Future Classic tracks. Handpicked by the likes of Derrick Carter, Greymatter and Detroit Swindle, these world-class […]

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Single review: Wafia, ‘Let Me Love You’

Wafia has released a stunning cover of Let Me Love You, a 2004 hit from R&B star Mario – and let me tell you, this is worth a listen. Or ten. After coming to attention with her gorgeous crooning on Japanese Wallpaper’s 2013 track Breathe In, the 21-year-old Brisbane native has been hard at work […]

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Single review: Cold War Kids, ‘All This Could Be Yours’

Recently announced Falls Festival headliners Cold War Kids are set to release their next album out October 17, and All This Could Be Yours is our first taste of what’s to come. Their uniquely bluesy take on indie-rock has already earned them a huge fanbase, and this is sure to flourish and grow with their new […]

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Single Review: Boats ‘Spider’s Soul’

Boats, aka Blake Peterson, has just blown me away with his debut single Spider’s Soul. A gorgeous mix of acoustic and electronic textures, this is one of the smoothest tracks I’ve heard in a long time. Produced and mastered by Joshua Delaney and Andrei Eremin (the folk behind the likes of Chet Faker, Oscar Key […]

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Meredith Music Festival: Cloud Nothings sideshows

If you’re one of the unlucky souls who won’t be making it along to this year’s Meredith Music Festival, fear not! In addition to the stellar line up, some acts have decided to extend the love a bit more and put on a few sideshows for us – including Ohio indie-rockers, Cloud Nothings. Three dates […]

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EP Review: Patrick James – Broken Lines

Hearty riffs, rich harmonies and honest lyrics. This is what you can expect from Patrick James’ second EP, Broken Lines. After the hype over singles Message and Wait, it’s no secret that I have kept my eye out for and hoped for amazing things from Patrick – and I was not let down. Heart & […]

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We know Gabrielle Aplin is heading to Australia…. but why?

Words by Hope Scott It has been an incredible year for English singer/songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, who has taken Australia by storm after her album, English Rain, sky rocketed to number one on the charts this past month; along with her single Please Don’t Say You Love Me. While Australia just can’t get enough of Gabrielle […]

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New single from Lanie Lane!

Lanie Lane is back! After her amazing 2011 debut album, To The Horses, she has just released a new tune, Celeste. Dreamy and gentle, paired with rolling guitar, Celeste is the first taste of her forthcoming sophomore record, Night Shade which will be released in late October. “Celeste is ‘the one who knows’, the best […]

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