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Allbrook/Avery ‘Wait ‘Til Morning’

Allbrook/Avery is, fittingly, a collaboration between Nick Allbrook and Cameron Avery, both of whom you may recognise from other projects such as Pond, Tame Impala, and Growl. I’ve been receiving emails about the band for a while but only checked them out very recently, and I must say I’m quite impressed, even though it’s not exactly the type of music I usually listen to. The guys have just released their debut album, ‘Big Art’, which includes previous single ‘Empty’ as well as this track, ‘Wait ‘Til Morning’.

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Cloud Control Interview

I recently had a chat with Heidi from Australian expat band Cloud Control, who has been announced as one of the ambassadors for the prestigious Australian Music Prize for 2011. We talked about the prize itself, setting fire to Arcade Fire’s stage, chatting with Win Butler, Cloud Control’s relocation to the UK, Tame Impala’s A-list celebrity fanbase, plans for a new Cloud Control album, and of course that legendary Splendour stampede.

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Review: San Cisco ‘Golden Revolver’

Perth teenage four-piece San Cisco have released their first EP, ‘Golden Revolver’, and it’s a killer debut full of singles, great pop tunes, and above all else an impressive amount of diversity. It manages the impossible task of sounding retro and modern; youthful and mature. There really is something here for pretty much anyone that appreciates indie pop music in any form.

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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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Gig Review: Tame Impala @ The Palace Theater, 15th October

I went to this show due in no small part to the support act, John Steel Singers, who are one of the best smaller Australian bands going around at the moment, however I was also looking forward to seeing Tame Impala live again after having been underwhelmed with the first time I saw them. What […]

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