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Tag Archives: 2011

Tom Rosenthal ‘Forgets Slowly’

There’s been a bit of a lack of new music that interests me over the last week, so in the interests of keeping the blog rolling here’s another track from Tom Rosenthal, who I posted about a little while ago and whose music I have fallen in love with. This time the song is called ’Forgets Slowly’.

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YesYou ‘Be There’

Today Brisbane band YesYou have premiered a new song online, ‘Be There’, featuring the vocals of Dan Parsons. It’s only the second studio song we’ve heard from the guys, but they’re already making quite the impact nationally with their lovely summer music and plentiful guest stars. Predictably, this is another breezy, fun, and upbeat track, following in the vein of their very popular first single ‘Half Of It’. Good stuff. Stream it below.

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Bluejuice Interview

I had a chat to Jamie from Bluejuice following the release of their third studio album ‘Company’ and in the lead up to yet another ‘Sizzling’ tour from the guys as well as their appearance at the Big Day Out festivals.

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Jens Lekman ‘I Don’t Know What To Do With This Information’

Fresh off releasing one of the best EPs of the year, ‘An Argument With Myself’, Melbourne-based Swede Jens Lekman played an acoustic session for London’s Maida Vale studios, where he opened proceedings with a new track entitled ‘I Don’t Know What To Do With This Information’. It sounds a lot like your typical Jens song: pretty, witty, and downright fantastic. Have a listen.

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Jónsi ‘Gathering Stories’

Any new track from Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi is a good track, and such is the case with his latest release, ‘Gathering Stories’, which is taken from his upcoming soundtrack to the movie ‘We Bought A Zoo’.

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Mumford And Sons ‘The Enemy’

Here’s a new short but sweet song from Mumford And Sons, ‘The Enemy’, written for the movie adaption of ‘Wuthering Heights’. Apparently there are no plans to release the song properly, which is a bit of a pity because it’s rather awesome. At the moment you can only listen to it accompanied by a trailer for the film.

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