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The Demon Parade ‘All The Cool Kids’

The new track from Melbourne boys The Demon Parade is pretty great. It’s called ‘All The Cool Kids’, and I think you should listen to it.

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I’lls’ ‘Thrice’

I’lls’ is Dan Rutman, Hamish Mitchell, and Simon Lam (also of the excellent Kins), a brand new Melbourne band who have recently released their first demo, ‘Thrice’.

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Hey Marseilles

Hey Marseilles is a band that hails from Seattle, and make simply stunning folk music. They have recently released a remastered version of their 2008 record ‘To Travels And Trunks’, and I’ve had it on heavy repeat for a while now. They have a really broad range of influences: from Beirut to The Mountain Goats […]

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Alps

Alps is an indie band hailing from Sydney, consisting of┬áNiall 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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Kids Without Bikes

Kids Without Bikes is a Melbourne band absolutely demolishing the Triple J Unearthed charts at the moment (I’m talking holding the top three spots simultaneously). And there’s a good reason for this. They play really addictive, fast paced tunes that race along at a breakneck speed and mix in elements from genres as broad as […]

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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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