Monthly Archives: March 2011

First Listen: The Antlers perform their new album, ‘Burst Apart’

Stream The Antlers performing their new record, Burst Apart, at SXSW. The album follows up 2009’s conceptual album, Hospice, which was one of the most heart-wrenching works of art I’ve ever experienced. Upon first listen, I can’t help but feel … Continue reading

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Hear This Song Today: Get In Line by I’m From Barcelona

I’m From Barcelona are a 29-piece Swedish band. If this doesn’t intrigue you enough to watch the video straight away, then let me tell you that the song has one of the catchiest synth hooks I’ve ever heard, as well as … Continue reading

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First Listen: Girlfriend EP by We Are Trees

Once again, James Nee uses that brilliant musical brain to compose some swell tunes. His sound is definitely growing from his earlier music.

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First Listen: Battery Kinzie by Fleet Foxes

As an incessant increase of excitement builds for the sophomore Fleet Foxes album, set to be released on May 3, BBC Radio1’s Zane Lowe has premiered one of their new tracks, titled Battery Kinzie. They’ve clearly sold out- incoporating such … Continue reading

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Best of Australia

The amount of international folks who’ve liked this blog on Facebook has surprised me. As an expression of my gratitude to you for taking the time to read this little website, I’ve decided to compile a group of artists that … Continue reading

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Hear This Band Today: San Cisco

As Australia gets reacquainted with Autumn chills, that other hemisphere is drifting into the warmer time of year. For this seasonal reason, it’s our northern friends that will most benefit from Aussies San Cisco, who play a delightful form of sun-soaked indie pop … Continue reading

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First Listen: Think You Can Wait by The National

The masters of delicately mature music, The National, have released a new track. Titled Think You Can Wait, it’s another sign of the growing perfection of their sound. Think You Can Wait by The National(mp3)

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