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Wildcat! Wildcat! ‘Mr. Quiche’

I was introduced to LA band Wildcat! Wildcat! recently because Neon Gold are pressing two of their singles to 7″, however I am assured that they’ve been doing the online rounds for virtually the whole year. I really need to pay more attention.

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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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Towers ‘Bear’

Melbourne band Towers have released their first single, ‘Bear’, which was officially launched last night at Ding Dong.

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Whale Fire ‘Wild-Eyed Mistake’

Whale Fire are a band from Little Rock, Arkansas, and they have a new album coming out in the near future. I may not know a whole lot about them, but from what I’ve heard they make nice indie folk/rock/pop/whatever music that flows easily and sounds completely natural.

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Scene ‘Hear No Lies’

Scene are a brand new band from the UK, and they’ve just released their very first song online, Hear No Lies, which has been written, recorded, and produced totally independently. In other words, they’re exactly the type of band I envisioned promoting when I first started this blog. It also doesn’t hurt that the song is pretty fantastic: it has a real DIY vibe but also sounds quite polished, and feels very unique.

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Friends ‘Mind Control’

One of the year’s biggest buzzbands, Brooklyn (where else?) outfit Friends have released the latest taste of their upcoming debut album, a single called ‘Mind Control’. It’s really just more of the same, but that’s perfectly fine when what came before was so infectious and fun. Here’s the track.

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