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New track from Flume!

Flume, our homegrown hero, top of the electronic pile, king of the space synth. The whole world has been impatiently waiting as the young gun prepares to unleash his sophomore album. Today, a track was leaked from it. “That Look” ft George Maple is pretty lovely, and pretty Flumey. While so, so many have copied […]

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New single: Magic Bones ‘Anytime Anywhere’

This is loud, fun, punky and catchy as hell. Welcome to Melbourne’s Magic Bones and their rad new single “Anytime Anywhere”. They’ve been apparently compared to Buzzcocks, The Clash, Blondie, B-52s and more, and it’s so easy to see why. There’s a driving beat, wicked riffs and some seriously swift, strong vocals and rhythms. It’s […]

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New single: Càbãnå, ‘Done As Dinner’

You’re on the internet, so you’ve probably heard of Càbãnå by now. Recently signed to Pilerats, the Melbourne three piece consists of three mates – Avi, Nate and Gab, better known to the world as Japanese Wallpaper. Done As Dinner is their debut single, it premiered on Triple J recently and has been hitting the internet […]

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Favourite Tunes: North Arm

At the helm of North Arm is Roderick Smith, Sydney-based singer/songwriter who was previously a member of Firekites. Following his debut Ep last year, he’s recently released new single Lately ahead of sophomore EP …., set for a November 2 release. North Arm has also just dropped the emotional, beachside video clip for Lately, which you can check out […]

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Holy Holy covered Joy Division on Like A Version. It was beautiful.

I recently had a great sit down chat with Bris/Melb two-piece Holy Holy, who are currently between support tours for Boy & Bear and The Preatures, as well as their own headline tour. Their recent single History is absolutely incredible, and it was an honour to chat to the guys. They played on Triple J’s ‘Like  Version’ […]

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Remix: Wookie ‘The Hype 2.0′ ft Eliza Doolittle – cln remix

Some artists have a certain knack for creating phenomenal remixes, and it’s pretty clear that Aussie producer cln is absolute one of them. I recently posted their wonderful remix of Odesza’s “Say My Name,” and today, I’ve got a remix of Wookie’s “The Hype 2.0″ featuring Eliza Doolittle. Wookie is the undisputed king of UK garage, […]

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New single: Vaults ‘Vultures’

London trio Vaults have only been around for a little over a year, but they sure hit the ground running: their first three singles have rounded up a collective 1.5 million SoundCloud plays, they’ve gathered a strong online support, and they’ve recently opened for London Grammar. “Vultures” is their newest song, and lead single from […]

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New Single: Tora ‘Admire’

Let yourself get swept away into the futuristic soul that is Byron Bay’s Tora. Their fresh new single “Admire” opens with snappy beats, and I am instantly drawn in to each beat, each phrase. I absolutely adore this soundscape. The track features a low, smooth bass and crystal-clear vocals that are impossibly rich. Filled with a […]

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New single: Cold Clinical Love ‘Bullet Youth’

Don’t let the name Cold Clinical Love mislead you. “Bullet Youth” is emotionally ravishing and so far from clinical. Mixed by Eric J Dubowsky (Flume, Flight Facilities), this is the third single — and second totally original track — from the mysterious Finnish act. It’s not even three minutes long, but you can really get swept […]

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New remix: Glass Animals’ ‘Psylla’ (Feki Remix)

Glass Animals were one of my greatest discoveries earlier this year, and hearing wonderful remixes of their gorgeous tunes really is a delight. Here, Brisbane producer Feki has reworked their track “Psylla,” and the results are a glistening blend of smooth melodies and heavy beats. Opening with vocal layers only, the track begins to build, […]

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