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Archive | September, 2010

The National Falls Festival Sideshows

Update: Everything is confirmed now. The dates were right, but the Melbourne venue is actually the Palais. Tickets will be available for $75 Monday morning from here, however there is a MyTicketMaster presale from midday tomorrow. Here’s a poster that was up in the Melbourne CBD advertising that The National will be playing a Falls […]

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El Guincho ‘Bombay’ Video (NSFW)

This is easily the best music video of the year so far, and it’s right up there with the best I’ve ever seen, in a very WTF kind of way. It’s actually a trailer for an upcoming full length movie that will be soundtracked by El Guincho, who just happens to be heading to Australia […]

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Big Day Out Lineup Announced

In my opinion this is a really horrid lineup. Tool Rammstein Iggy And The Stooges Bloody Beetroots Death Crew 77 Lupe Fiasco Grinderman Primal Scream Screamadelica Live Deftones The Black Keys Andrew W.K The Jim Jones Revue Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros M.I.A LCD Soundsystem Booka Shade Die Antwoord Vitalic CSS Plan B Ratatat […]

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Listen To ‘The Age Of Adz’

Sufjan’s new album isn’t out until early October, but it’s already all over the internet thanks to a full, pretty high quality stream over at NPR. So definitely have a listen: it’s no old Sufjan, but I wouldn’t exactly call it bad. As always, stay tuned for a review.

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Strange Talk

I’m admittedly a bit late on this one, but if you haven’t heard of Melbourne band Strange Talk, then you’re in for a real treat. The trio have only been around since February, but they have already recorded one guaranteed smash hit in the form of Climbing Walls. This track is simply massive: it sounds […]

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Gig Review: The Good China @ Pure Pop Records, 19th September

Yesterday, The Good China played an intimate and achingly beautiful set to a capacity crowd at the iconic Pure Pop Records courtyard (which admittedly is about 40 people). It was a stunning, albeit short, set, and I couldn’t have been more impressed.

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