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Tag Archives: indie music

Alps

Alps is an indie band hailing from Sydney, consisting of Niall White , Charlie Godwin , Dave Smith, and Fergus Wilson. They are easily confused with the better known (and also great) shoegaze outfit consisting of Chris Hearn also called Alps, and also from NSW. Inconspicuous name aside (according to their Facebook page they are actually […]

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The Inbetweeners

I’m so in love with this song at the moment, Lola And Tom by The Inbetweeners: Lola And Tom tells a story about peoples’ private secrets and how these small but important things can completely change who they are, even if no-one knows them. It contrasts private and public lives, and does so with enthralling […]

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Bang Bang Boss Kelly

For better or worse, for this five-piece from Brisbane, comparisons with Mumford And Sons are inevitable. The timing for these guys is perhaps a bit unfortunate- if they had come out a year ago with a rollicking heartfelt banjo anthem with plenty of ‘fuck’s in the chorus then everybody would probably be talking about how […]

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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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You Have To Hear: The Good China

This is going to be a no-nonsense post: Melbourne indie band The Good China are good. Very good. The Good China is an eight-piece collective who have been getting a lot of radio airtime, some enviable opening slots, and plenty of attention from both local and international blogs lately. It’s for a good reason as […]

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Album Review: Cloud Control ‘Bliss Release’

Cloud Contol have taken their time with this debut album. I remember seeing them supporting Josh Pyke early last year, by which point they already had an EP, a hit single (Buffalo Country), and a series of acclaimed live sets under their belt. Although I definitely enjoyed their support act set, I never would have […]

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