Archive | September, 2011

Jinja Safari ‘Moonchild’

Jinja Safari have released yet another great song for free online, this time in the form of ‘Moonchild’, which is available to stream below and to download for free from their website in return for an email address.

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Georgia Fair Announce Debut Album And Tour With The Panics

The always excellent Georgia Fair have announced that their long-awaited debut album will be called ‘All Through Winter’ and will be released October 21st on Sony.

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James Blake ‘Not Long Enough’

Today we received the first taste of James Blake’s upcoming EP ‘Enough Thunder’ with ‘Not Long Enough’, which premiered on BBC Radio (assuming that the track he produced with Justin Vernon on vocals won’t be on the EP). It’s a really really great track, exhibiting all the trademark James Blake touches that we have come to love.

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Fanfarlo ‘Replicate’

The most under-appreciated band on the planet, Fanfarlo, have begun work on their second studio album, the follow up to their 2009 masterpiece ‘Reservoir’. They’ve given fans a first taste of what is to come with an mp3 of new song ‘Replicate’, which is available to stream below and to download from the band’s official website by signing up their mailing list. Enjoy!

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Lana Del Rey ‘Video Games’

It has been too long since I have heard new music that takes me breath away and holds me captive for three and a half minutes without another thought in the world. In fact the last time was probably when I first heard pieces of Bon Iver’s new album. Since then there’s been a lot of cool stuff released, but nothing that powerful and that memorable. I’m talking music you remember hearing for the first time. Anyway, that was the case until I heard the track ‘Video Games’ by Lana Del Rey a couple of days ago.

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Gig Review: Kimbra @ The Forum, 9th September

Last night Kimbra played a massive show at The Forum in Melbourne that was indicative of her insane rise to fame in the Australian music scene this year. The venue was absolutely packed, and moreover it was absolutely packed with genuine fans of Kimbra’s music. It’s amazing what a quality debut album and a providing guest vocals for a number one hit will do for you.

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