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Jeremy Hunter ‘Belly Of The Whale’

Jeremy Hunter, co-founder of excellent Brisbane ten-piece band Inland Sea, has recorded some solo tunes, and will be releasing five of them as an EP in the near future. Meanwhile a single from the EP, ‘Belly Of The Whale’, has been made available for free download.

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Feelings ‘One In A Million’

To be honest it’s taken longer than I expected for new projects to rise from the ashes of The Philly Jays, but after a long wait Simon Berkfinger has resurfaced in the music scene as Feelings, and dropped his first solo single ‘One In A Million’.

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Tim Hart ‘A Number Of Us’

I’ve been a fan of Tim Hart’s solo music since I saw him open for Sufjan Stevens last year. It was a surprise choice for an opening act, given that most people only knew Tim Hart as the drummer of Boy And Bear. However he played a great little set full of charming and intimate folk music as well as lots of entertaining, gracious banter.

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Bree Tranter ‘Winter’

Like a lot of people I was pretty disappointed with the breakup of Townsville’s most promising new band (not that there was a huge amount of competition), The Middle East. Born out of the death of that outfit however is the new career of former bandmember Bree Tranter, who provided the vocals for many of the more haunting moments of The Middle East’s music. Listen to her new(ish) solo single ‘Winter’.

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Eddie Vedder Melbourne Bootlegs

Fan-made bootleg recordings have surfaced from Eddie Vedder’s two recent Melbourne solo shows. To say I’m happy about this would be an understatement: the show I went to was so utterly special and magical that it could not possibly be relived through studio recordings, especially seeing as many of the songs Eddie played do not exist in studio form (at least not in the style he played them).

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Album Review: Eddie Vedder ‘Ukulele Songs’

Not any rock ‘n roll frontman could pull off a solo record like ‘Ukulele Songs’, but then Eddie Vedder isn’t just any rock ‘n roll frontman.

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