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The Kite String Tangle – ‘The Kite String Tangle’ [LP Review]

Off the back of launching his own Music label, The Kite String Tangle (Danny Harley) releases his self-… [more]

The Kite String Tangle – ‘The Kite String Tangle’ [LP Review] The Kite String Tangle - 'The Kite String Tangle' [LP Review]

Benji Lewis – ‘Home For Now’ [EP Stream]

Last week we shared a gorgeous new single called 'In Time' from Melbourne artist Benji Lewis, which was… [more]

Benji Lewis – ‘Home For Now’ [EP Stream] Benji Lewis - 'Home For Now' [EP Stream]

Remix This #101

Remix This is a place where we get to showcase some of the best booty-shaking, body-rolling, hip-thrusting… [more]

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Music + Video = CH 143

Music + Video is a selection of the five best/most interesting music videos that I've come across over… [more]

Music + Video = CH 143 Music + Video = CH 143

Friday Favourites, July 21

Each week I like to collect an assortment of tracks that have stood out to me in some unique kind of… [more]

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Icarus – ‘Trouble’ (ft. Talay Riley)

This week UK bro-babes Icarus dropped a great new dancy treat called 'Trouble' which I reckon is the… [more]

Icarus – ‘Trouble’ (ft. Talay Riley) Icarus - 'Trouble' (ft. Talay Riley)

ZiG & NiC – ‘Paris’

The opening bars of ‘Paris’ will transport you to an underground jazz bar and have you fantasising… [more]

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Luvian Sound is a 20-year-old producer and musician from Brighton, UK and he recently dropped debut EP ‘Jams.’

Danish post-rock trio Efterklang were in Australia earlier this year for Sydney’s Vivid Live Festival, where they played at the Sydney Opera House alongside the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Watch the trailer for their upcoming, fourth studio album, Piramida.

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In mere months, our favourite Melbourne-based indie-pop sextet ALPINE will unleash debut album A Is For Alpine. Ahead of this, indulge in the album’s first single ‘Gasoline.’

This August will see the release of Just Tell Me That You Want Me – A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac. The 17-track compilation features Antony Hegarty, MGMT, St. Vincent, Lykke Li, Washed Out, The Kills, Best Coast, Tame Impala, and The New Pornographers (just to name a few) covering their personal favourite Fleetwood Mac track.

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If disco is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.

Next week, Van She kick off a massive Australian and New Zealand tour promoting the release of new album Idea Of Happiness. We have one double pass to giveaway to every show of the tour!

The wait is finally over! ‘Youth in Trouble’ has surfaced – the first single off Pacifica, the much anticipated forthcoming album from Australian electro heavyweights The Presets.

Melbourne’s AIRWOLF has released new single ‘Believer’ featuring Alex Rose on vocals. The release is partnered with delicious remixes from What So Not, Dom Dolla, Everything Yes, and Moonchild.

Alice Fox and Jack St James are the masterminds behind the electronic/dystopic Avec Sans project. They’ve just unleashed ‘Heartbreak Hi’ – their first original track.

Last week, we announced the very exciting collaboration between Spoon‘s main-man Britt Daniel, Dan Boeckner of  Wolf Parade and Handsome Furs fame, and Sam Brown of New Bomb Turks, resulting in the formation of Divine Fits. Along with that piece of juicy news was first single ‘My Love Is Real,’ which they had streaming via Facebook. Well, it’s now available to stream with another […]

Paul Banks is better known as the front-man of New York indie trio Interpol. Under the moniker of Julian Plenti, he has released new EP ‘Julian Plenti Lives…’

Sydney-bred producer/babe Anna Lunoe has joined forces with fellow Sydney-sider Harley Streten (AKA Flume) and Touch Sensitive to unleash aptly titled EP Anna Lunoe & Friends: Real Talk. Stream it in full!

Each month, our favourite Belgium producer The Magician meticulously pieces together a very special ‘Magic Tape.’ Magic Tape Twenty-Four is loaded with fresh, booty-shaking beats.

Parisian electro duo Jus†ice have announced their return to Australia for 2012’s Parklife festival circuit. Ahead of their visit, they’ve unleashed their New Lands EP, which features tidy remixes of the Audio, Video, Disco track from SebastiAn, Falcon and A-Trak.

‘Sad’ and ‘Good Morning To The Night’ are the glorious offspring of Aussie electro duo PNAU, and English pop royalty Sir Elton John.