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Interview With Daniel Lee Kendall

Earlier today I caught up for a coffee and a chat with the Central Coast’s Daniel Lee Kendall, who has had a very busy year so far, releasing his second EP and touring around the country with bands such as Hungry Kids Of Hungary and Georgia Fair. He was just as likable in person as he is as a musician.

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The Best Albums Of 2010

This was a surprisingly difficult list to put together. Despite 2010 being an undeniably amazing year for music, I found that there were very few albums that I absolutely and unreservedly loved. This being said, there were some stunning records released this year, with a large percentage of these coming from already established international bands. […]

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Album Review: Hungry Kids Of Hungary ‘Escapades’

This debut album from Brisbane lads Hungry Kids Of Hungary has been a long time coming, but it manages to perfectly encapsulate everything that is great about their preceding EPs and their energetic live shows while still adding something new. In other words, it achieves everything that a debut album should.

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Gig Review: Hungry Kids Of Hungary @ The East Brunswick Club, 20th August

Last night Hungry Kids Of Hungary played a sold out show to an energetic crowd at the East Brunswick Club. The night ended with twenty people jumping up on stage to dance and sing along with the band’s last two songs, but there was a lot of fun beforehand as well.

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Hungry Kids Of Hungary New Video And National Tour

After touring extensively overseas, Hungry Kids Of Hungary are returning to Australia to play a series of headline shows in the leadup to the release of their debut album due in September. New single Wristwatch will get its Australian live debut, and you can check out the brand new video below: Full tour dates, supported […]

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Free Download Of The New Hungry Kids Of Hungary Single

Check out Wristwatch below, and download it for free via Triple J (right click and ‘Save As’ to download). It’s fast, frantic, and short, but it still has the same HKOH happy pop feeling that we have come to know and love.

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