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30 Day Song Challenge #4: A Song That Makes You Sad

I can remember when I first heard the song live, played early in the day at the idyllic Laneway Festival River Stage complete with a melodica for the chorus. It was an amazing, beautiful moment, and thinking back to it can offset the slightly morose feeling I get when thinking about the story of the song.

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Stream The Purple Sneakers DJs Promo Mix

Sydney’s Purple Sneakers DJs will be releasing their debut compilation on the 11th June entitled ‘We Mix You Dance’, featuring mixes of the likes of Phoenix, Miike Snow, Art vs. Science, The Big Pink, and even Pluck favourites Kid Sam. In the meantime you can stream a promo mix from the guys right here. Tracklist […]

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Gig Review: Kid Sam @ Northcote Social Club, 2nd April

On friday night, Kid Sam played a sold out show at the Northcote Social Club. I had seen them twice before: I enjoyed them opening for White Rabbits, and absolutely loved their Laneway Festival set. I was therefore looking forward to another very enjoyable show and hopefully the band breaking out a few of their […]

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Don’t Miss: Kid Sam

Pluck favourites Kid Sam have just announced a headline tour. I’ve seen them live twice before but never at their own show, so I’m really looking forward to it. Hopefully they will break out some of their acoustic songs such as The Sunday Bus as well as their more well-known Radiohead-esque distorted songs such as […]

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You Have To Hear: Kid Sam (Again)

I posted about these guys before, when they were supporting White Rabbits at the Corner Hotel, however until recently purchasing their debut album and seeing them live at Laneway never realised that they have an amazing second dimension to their music. Not only can they play Radiohead-esque distorted rock songs, but they can also reel off […]

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Melbourne Laneway Review

Yesterday, the indie crowd of Melbourne congregated at Footscray Community Arts Center for one of Australia’s favourite music festivals, Laneway. Having relocated this year to allow for stages that the crowd can actually see, and boasting a lineup that read like a who’s who of ‘it’ bands, this was certainly a festival to savour.

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