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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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The Middle East Album Deets

The Middle East have announced that their debut/sophomore album ‘I Want That You Are Always Happy’ will be released on the 8th of April.

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The Middle East Album News

The band have announced that their long-awaited debut album/sophomore album (depending on how you classify their tricky self-titled EP/Album thingy) will be released on April the 8th.

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New The Middle East

I’m seriously undecided on this new song from the band that gave this blog its name, The Middle East. I mean it’s very nice and all, but it definitely represents a significant change in style from their debut EP, towards a more pop kind of sound, although their own form of musical magic is still […]

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Splendour Lineup Changes

The Ting Tings and The Middle East: out. Art Vs Science and Sally Seltmann: in. I’m bummed about The Middle East, but I suppose I’ve seen them plenty of times before and there will be heaps of chances to see them again. On the bright side The Ting Tings are gone and Art Vs Science […]

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My 50 Favourite Albums (And EPs) Of The Decade

Well all the cool kids are doing it. So, looking back on the decade that was, here are my top 50 recordings from 2000-2009. Regular Pluck readers will notice that there are some inconsistencies with my Best Albums Of 2009, this is because when looking back on a decade, I am thinking of albums that […]

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