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Atlas Genius ‘Back Seat (Goldroom Remix)’

As you probably know I don’t post many remixes here, but every now and then I come across one that’s too good to ignore. Such is the case with this track, a remix of Atlas Genius’ track ‘Back Seat’ done by Goldroom’

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2012 So Far: Essential EPs

For some reason I’ve found myself listening to more EPs and fewer albums this year, especially when it comes to Australian music. It’s little wonder really, given how many great new bands have appeared on the scene this year, many of whom have released their debut EP recently. In fact of this list I believe all but two EPs are from bands who are yet to release a full-length record, which says a lot about just how many newly-formed bands there are floating around at the moment, just waiting to be discovered by a wider audience.

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Under The Needle: Oliver Tank, Tom Rosenthal, Atlas Genius, Bowerbirds

In which I briefly write about my thoughts on four records I’m currently listening to: Oliver Tank ‘Dreams EP’, Tom Rosenthal ‘Keep A Private Room Behind The Shop’, Atlas Genius ‘Through The Glass EP’, and Bowerbirds ‘The Clearing’.

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Atlas Genius ‘Symptoms’

Let’s kick things off with a new track from Atlas Genius. It’s probably my favourite track from the Adelaide band so far, and given just how much you guys loved their previous couple of singles, that means this track could well be everywhere soon.

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Atlas Genius ‘Back Seat’

Adelaide band Atlas Genius rightfully got a whole lot of attention for their Cosine-d single Trojans, and the guys have returned with a taste of their upcoming debut EP entitled ‘Through The Glass’. The song is called ’Back Seat’, and it’s another easy breezy song that floats by in a heartbeat, sounding effortless and chilled and fun all at the same time. Listen below.

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Atlas Genius ‘Trojans’

I kind of enjoy getting sent international press releases about Australian artists. I admit I had never heard of Adelaide-based fourpiece Atlas Genius before this track dropped into my inbox, but boy am I glad that it did. This is purely infectious music, and while drawing comparisons to Phoenix in a writeup might be pushing it a bit for another artist, Atlas Genius can just about pull it off.

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