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Archive | October, 2012

Fishing ‘White Sheet Beach’

Any new song from Fishing is pretty much an insta-post for me, seeing as virtually everything they do is quality. It’s also kind of easy, because the band need no introduction, and more often than not the music speaks for itself.

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Art Of Sleeping ‘Empty Hands’

Brisbane five-piece Art Of Sleeping will be touring their ‘Like A Thief’ EP in the coming month, culminating with a show in Melbourne at the Northcote Social Club on the 27th of November.

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Jeremy Hunter ‘Belly Of The Whale’

Jeremy Hunter, co-founder of excellent Brisbane ten-piece band Inland Sea, has recorded some solo tunes, and will be releasing five of them as an EP in the near future. Meanwhile a single from the EP, ‘Belly Of The Whale’, has been made available for free download.

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Local Natives ‘Breakers’

Local Natives are one of my favourite new discoveries of the last few years, and also one of the nicest bands I’ve ever had the pleasure of briefly meeting. They had been pretty quiet following the release of their incredible album ‘Gorilla Manor’, but a couple of days ago they finally uploaded a new single to the internet.

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Tully On Tully ‘Naked’

Tully On Tully have just released a new single, ‘Naked’, as well as their debut music video, and apparently are gearing up to launch their debut album sometime next year. ‘Naked’ is a very interesting piece of pop music, alternating from brooding to joyous in a heartbeat and then back again just as quickly.

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Sons Et Al. ‘See Me Run’

Melbourne five-piece Sons et al. released their debut single ‘See Me Run’ earlier this month. It’s a little bit dancey, a little bit summery, and very, very slick, with just enough slightly darker undertones to differentiate it from a lot of otherwise similar music.

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