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Dan Romer And Benh Zeitlin ‘The Bathtub’

Part of the reason ‘Beasts Of The Southern Wild’ is so fantastic is the music. Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin, who are responsible for the score, have created a soundtrack that blends gypsy music with a more modern twist to spectacular effect.

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Burial ‘Truant’

First of all: Burial has released a new single. It’s called ‘Truant’ and it is of course excellent, throwing many preemptive end-of-year best of lists into disarray.

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Super Magic Hats ‘Wind’

Melbourne-based producer Super Magic Hats has dropped a new single from an upcoming EP due out next year. The track in question is ‘Wind’, and it’s a shining example of what I guess you have to call ‘gentle dance’ music.

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Tom Rosenthal ‘Christmas Quiet’

Writing an indie Christmas song can come off as a bit cliche at times, as it seems like just about every independent musician in the world has tried it at some point or another. But when you’re as awesome as Tom Rosenthal is I’d say you can just about get away with it, and it doesn’t hurt when the song itself is absolutely beautiful.

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Gung Ho ‘Strangers’

Brisbane’s Gung Ho are ohsohot right now, and seem to be gaining more and more momentum with every release.

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Neighbourhood Youth ‘Holiday’

Neighbourhood Youth are a Melbourne-based fourpiece who have recently released their first music video, shot for their single Holiday, which is the title track from their upcoming debut EP. The video is nice and simple, which is fine, because it allows the song to really shine. And what a song it is.

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