Archive | June, 2011

Falls Festival Announce First Acts

In a surprise move perhaps motivated by information leaks, the Falls Festival have announced their first acts for the 2011/2012 shows.

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Founds ‘Holograms’

Founds are a brand new Brisbane ‘post-pop’ sextet who have just finished the recording of their debut EP, having already generated a fair amount of buzz and airplay for first single ‘Gypsy House’. Their new track is called ‘Holograms’, and it is quite simply a gorgeous song.

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The Bon Scotts ‘Polluted Sea’

The Bon Scotts are a Melbourne seven-piece, and they’re not an AC/DC cover band. Far from it, instead they play a distinctly clamorous and hectic form of folk music with bellowing choruses and interesting use of unconventional instruments.

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The Twoks ‘240 Volts’

The Twoks play music quite unlike anything I’ve ever heard before, and that in itself is something to be celebrated. Their sound is the perfect fusion of experimentation, pop, jazz, and electronica. Kolac is an electric violinist, and this permeates all of their music to create a very unique and memorable sound.

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Millions ‘Those Girls’

Brisbane band Millions have been announced as the Triple J Unearthed Splendour In The Grass winner, which means that they will be opening the main stage of the festival in a month’s time, just like Jinja Safari did last year.

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Bombay Bicycle Club ‘Shuffle’

Bombay Bicycle Club have debuted their new single ‘Shuffle’ online and on Zan Lowe’s radio show.

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