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Archive | August, 2012

Collarbones ‘Hypothermia’

Sydney/Adelaide (fuck yeah, Internet communications) duo Collarbones have premiered their new single online. The track is called ‘Hypothermia’, and is apparently the lead single from their upcoming new album ‘Die Young’, which is due out on the 28th of September.

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Harts ‘All Too Real’

I’ve been keeping an eye on Melbourne musician Harts for a while now, and there’s a good chance you’ve already heard his track ‘Back To The Shore’, which was played everywhere.

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The Trouble With Templeton ‘Six Months In A Cast’

I was first introduced to The Trouble With Templeton a couple of months ago when I saw them (or, as was the case at the time, him) opening for Of Monsters And Men at the Corner Hotel. I was impressed at the sound Brisbane artist Thomas Calder could generate with just his own voice and an acoustic guitar, and his darkly energetic folk music captured the undivided attention of the sizable crowd, which is never easy for a support act.

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Freelance Whales ‘Splitting Image’

Freelance Whales have made a new song from their upcoming sophomore album ‘Diluvia’ available online, following the mad success of the record’s first single.

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Maxïmo Park Interview

Maxïmo Park are one of the stalwarts of British rock music with their fourth album, ‘The National Health’, having been released earlier this year. I had a chat with lead singer Paul Smith ahead of the band’s upcoming trip to Australia.

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Dan Croll ‘From Nowhere’

‘From Nowhere’ is the first official release from Liverpool-based musician Dan Croll, despite the fact that he’s already worked with the likes of James Vincent McMorrow and Maps And Atlases.

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