Monthly Archives: November 2011

Interview: Neon Indian

This article was written for Ante Magazine. Given the swell of criticism that flooded the online music scene after the popularity of the ‘chillwave’ genre boomed in 2009, you could easily forgive Alan Palomo, a.k.a. Neon Indian, for wanting to … Continue reading

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First Listen: Gathering Stories by Jónsi

If you’re into Sigur Ros, and – let’s face it – you probably should be, then the solo work of Jónsi will interest you. Containing all the wondrous, majestic sounds of the mother band in a slightly-more-accessible package, his tunes … Continue reading

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Update: Tim Fitz releases Beforetime EP

The remarkably proficient Tim Fitz continues to make waves in the lake of competence that is the Australian music scene, albeit in an antithetical manner to a skipped stone; he’s generating steadily-growing ripples before the larger splashes will inevitably take … Continue reading

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