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Live Review: Boy & Bear, September 13 @ The Tivoli

For several years now, Sydney five-piece Boy & Bear have been at the forefront of Australian music. Internationally, too, they are lauded, and have been touring relentlessly over the past year on the back of their sophomore album, Harlequin Dream. Last night, according to frontman Dave Hosking, was the band’s 102nd performance of the year. […]

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New single: Mono, ‘Where We Begin’

For those unfamiliar with Japanese post-rock group Mono, I am thrilled to be the one to introduce you to them. Since 1999, the Tokyo-four piece have been creating some of the most breathtaking instrumental music in the world. In case you want any more proof than this single here, listen to my personal favorite track. With […]

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Live Review: Kingswood w/ The Sinking Teeth, August 26 @ Newtown Social Club

Kingswood have been on my radar since they snagged a slot in Splendour in the Grass in 2012. They’ve spent the past 12 months gigging around the country; whether it be intimate local gigs, huge support slots or electrifying festival sets, earning new fans and a strong reputation at every turn. Kicking off the night […]

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Interview: Lime Cordiale

At the core of genre-defying Sydney outfit Lime Cordiale are brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach. The likeable, down-to-earth, and extremely talented duo sat down for a chat with me ahead of their set at this year’s BIGSOUND. How are you, guys? Big plans for tonight? Oli: Pretty good! Louis: Yeah, dude, this is hell fun. Have you been […]

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  Melbourne artist Meg Mac has just sold out her first national tour in its entirety. That’s no easy feat, and it goes to show how much love she’s already receiving around the country. The tour kicks off tomorrow, following the recent release of her self-titled debut EP. After receiving strong radio success of Mac’s […]

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Single review: Spookyland, ‘Rock and Roll Weakling’

Sydney’s Spookyland are unlike anything else I’ve heard recently, and that alone draws me in. Their four-track EP Rock and Roll Weakling was released earlier this year to critical acclaim, and they’ve been a radio-staple, as well as playing to packed venues ever since. Title track “Rock and Roll Weakling” is a soulful, emotional and seriously powerful […]

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Single review: Young Franco, ‘Close 2 U (ft. JOY)’

Last month, Brisbane whizz kid Young Franco (who recently told us some of his favourite toonz) released a two track EP, Close 2 U, just in time to start getting that summer playlist ready. At the tender age of 19, there’s high hopes for the DJ-turned-producer. He’s shared the stage with the likes of Alison […]

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Flight Facilities release new single & video: Two Bodies (ft. Emma Louise)

Ahead of their recently announced forthcoming album, Flight Facilities have done it again with their latest sure-to-be-a-hit tune, Two Bodies. Featuring Brisbane’s Emma Louise, with her dreamy vocals floating over the groovy beats, the track was premiered on none other than Annie Mac’s BBC Radio1. Two Bodies is one of the many collaborations on the highly anticipated album, Down To Earth, […]

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Single review: Raury, ‘God’s Whisper’

By now, you’ve probably (or hopefully) heard “Higher” SBTRKT’s (second) newest single, which dropped earlier this week and features young gun Raury on vocals. Between his husky rapping and soulful crooning, Raury makes the track as breathtaking as it is, creating what will undoubtedly be a standout track on SBTRKT’s forthcoming sophomore album. At a mere […]

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Young Henry’s Presents: SMALL WORLDS

Beloved Inner West brewery Young Henry’s have really stepped it up a notch. Next weekend, they’re hosting the much-anticipated food, drinks and music event Small Worlds. Considering the sun has just started peeking out, it’s bound to be a seriously fun weekend. If sunshine, good tunes and delicious beer doesn’t sound like the best possible […]

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