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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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Foxes ‘Warrior’

Everyone is digging Foxes at the moment, and it’s for a very good reason. She’s been putting out some fantastic tracks lately, exhibiting a real talent for straight-up catchy pop music and exhilarating, grandiose vocals à la Mariana And The Diamonds and Florence And The Machine. I guess she just needs a backing band so she can add an ‘And’ to her name. Anyway, Foxes is releasing a new EP imminently, ‘Warrior EP’ to be exact, and you can listen to the brilliant title track below.

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Foxes ‘Let Go For Tonight’

I called it ages ago: Foxes, also known as British musician Louisa Rose Allen, is going to reach Foster The People level of mainstream success, and it appears that she is already well on her way. The hype levels surrounding her single ‘Youth’ has reached a fever pitch, due in no small part to its inclusion on quite a few television shows as well as a constant stream of blog posts.

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Foxes ‘Youth’

Late last year solo artist Foxes, aka Louisa Rose Allen, released her debut digital single, ‘Youth’, on Neon Gold. A couple of days ago the single was made available for purchase as a vinyl via the official Neon Gold store, which is what brought it to my attention. But you don’t really care about that. What really matters is that Youth is a powerhouse of a song, and introduces the world to a female musician very much in the vein of fellow Neon Gold recruit Mariana And The Diamonds, only… well, better.

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