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Archive | November, 2010

Gig Review: The Jezabels @ The East Brunswick Club, 26th November

On Friday night The Jezabels played the first of a series of three sold out shows at the East Brunswick Club. They put on a simply flawless gig that demonstrated why they are pretty much the best thing Australian music has going for it at the moment, as well as why they are already building […]

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I Need Some Summer Sun To Come And Wake Me Up

This is so awesome. We know pretty much nothing about Dirty Gold, however this song, California Sunrise, is available for a $1 download here. At the time of year where everybody should be finalising their summer playlists, I think this definitely deserves a look in. Great clip as well.

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Antonio Paul

Antonio Paul is actually two people, Marc Papalia and Michael Edwards. Hailing from Western Australia, they’re both only 19 years old, but have recently released an impressively polished EP ‘Treasures’. This is real music for the summer. Their influences may range from Phoenix to Los Campesinos! to Girls, however ultimately Antonio Paul have created a sound […]

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Cloud Control Do WatchTellListen

Another La Blogotheque-esque website, WatchTellListen, recently recorded a song of Australia’s own Cloud Control. By the sounds of it the guys are killing it overseas as well: The Temper Trap and Local Natives aren’t exactly bad tour mates. They play Gold Canary, which seems to be their go to song for occasions like this, presumably […]

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Chin Music For The Unsuspecting Hero

By now you’ve almost certainly heard Foster The People’s summer chill anthem Pumped Up Kicks (if not, check out my post about it a while back). For a band that is absolutely killing it on the interwebs at the moment however, we know very little about the LA outfit. This is in part why I […]

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Album Review: John Steel Singers ‘Tangalooma’

Brisbane’s John Steel Singers have been around for nearly five years now, but with their debut album ‘Tangalooma’ they have produced by far their most satisfying music to date that will no doubt see them find the much larger audience that they deserve.

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