Archive | September, 2011

Los Campesinos! ‘By Your Hand’

New Los Campesinos! song. For free. That is all.

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Review: Grouplove ‘Never Trust A Happy Song’

The best thing about Californian band Grouplove is… well, the group love. There’s such a sense of community spirit and carefree exuberance to everything that they do that it would take a concentrated effort not to get swept up in the joy of their music. Conveying this in a studio release is significantly more difficult than conveying it live, but yet, with the release of their long-anticipated debut album ‘Never Trust A Happy Song’, Grouplove have done just that.

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41st And Home ‘Gorbachev’

41st And Home are yet another amazing up and coming Canadian band, formed in 2008 when two friends found a cello in a garage and decided that not knowing how to play it shouldn’t stop them from starting a band with a focus on orchestral elements and a real epic feel to everything that they do.

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Big Scary ‘Gladiator’

Big Scary have unveiled the second single from their upcoming debut album (in the traditional sense of the word), ‘Gladiator’. It shows off the more raw side of the band that fans will recognise from their early demos. Here it is.

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Inland Sea ‘No Time’

Brisbane ten-piece Inland Sea released their debut EP ‘Traitor’ last year, and have recently followed it up with new single ‘No Time’. This is a pretty stunning tune, give it a listen.

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Baths ‘Exit The Mine’

Baths is the stage name of American electronic musician Will Wiesenfeld who has been making beats-based ambient music under the moniker for the better part of three years. He recently dumped a new track onto Soundcloud, ‘Exit The Mine’, which was apparently recorded solely on his iPad.

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