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The Temper Trap ‘Trembling Hands’

Aussie expats The Temper Trap have released the second song from their upcoming self-titled album, which is out June 5th. The song is called ‘Trembling Hands’, and it’s a monster of a single, seemingly designed for the sole purpose of being played in huge stadiums which, if The Temper Trap’s current level of success is any indicator, it may well be eventually.

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Remixed Conditions

Today saw the release of a remix album version of The Temper Trap’s rather excellent debut ‘Conditions’, featuring remixes from the likes of Fool’s Gold, Three Trapped Tigers, and Alan Wilkis. While it is certainly not worthy of a full review, it provides a good fix of Temper Trap goodness while we wait for some […]

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Splendour Sideshows Guide

So tickets to Splendour have come and gone, and if you missed out (or even if you didn’t), you’re probably going to be interested in hitting up a few sideshows. The problem of course is that the Splendour lineup was so full of amazing international artists that it’s going to be hard picking just a […]

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News: Splendour In The Grass Lineup Drops Tomorrow

If you’re sick of all the rumours then you don’t have long to wait, because the official lineup for one of Australia’s premier music festivals, Splendour In The Grass, is coming tomorrow. Rumours have included artists ranging from The Strokes to LCD Soundsystem to The Pixies, but the only confirmed name as of now is […]

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The 50 Best Songs Of 2009

I found it extremely difficult to pick my favourite albums of 2009, so just imagine how difficult it was to pick my top songs. Thanks to the wonders of iTunes, I can tell you that I have about 1,200 songs that were released in 2009, which is a lot of music to sort through. This […]

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The Best Albums Of 2009 [Part 2 Of 3]

Here are albums number 20-11 on my list of the 30 Best Albums of 2009. Be prepared for a few surprises. You can see Part 1 here.

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