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EXCLUSIVE: Good Old War Stream New Album ‘Broken Into Better Shape’

Philadelphia indie band Good Old War are back with their highly anticipated fifth studio album Broken Into Better Shape, set to deliver another dose of lush, anthemic pop-folk on July 3rd and Music Feeds is stoked to have the Australian exclusive stream of the full album, right here.

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Glastonbury 2015 All-Action Replay: Goals, Fouls & Red Cards

Glastonbury, despite being geographically closer to a number of lesser-known Somerset-based football clubs, is much like the Manchester United of the music festival world.

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Maribou State Talk Finding The Soulful Side To Their Music & New Album ‘Portraits’

At the beginning of this month, Maribou State released their debut album, Portraits, to resounding gongs of critical acclaim.

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Halsey Chats Breaking Down Gender Stereotypes And Cinematic New Album

Smashing onto the music scene with a shock of brightly coloured hair, powerful pop tunes that unsettle as much as they soothe and a middle finger constantly raised, Brooklyn based singer Halsey is set to become one of the most important pop figures of this decade.

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Music Feeds Faves – 19/06/15

Each week the Music Feeds team picks a favourite song from the week that was, wraps it in a bunch of words, and presents it you.

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How To Crash SXSW As Told By Melbourne’s Clowns

Ever wanted to crash one of the world’s most hyped music gatherings SXSW, but don’t have the muso cred to score an invite.

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7 Weirdest Fake Names Musicians Use To Check In To Hotels

As part of our partnership with ibis Play we’ve put together the 7 weirdest fake names musicians use to check in to hotels.

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Music Feeds Faves – 12/06/15

Each week the Music Feeds team picks a favourite song from the week that was, wraps it in a bunch of words, and presents it you.

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Everything Everything Dish On The New Album And Binging On ‘Star Trek’

How do the boys from Everything Everything unwind.

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Wolf Alice On The Lack Of Female Fronted Rock Bands And Having A DIY Mentality

It’s been a formidable few years for UK rockers Wolf Alice.

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Waxahatchee Talks Tour Fatigue & Aus/NZ Acts She’s Inspired By

Katie Crutchfield has been steadily making music for the past decade or so, whether with her twin sister Allison (Swearin’) in the pop punk PS Eliot or on her own as Waxahatchee.

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Music Feeds Faves – 5/06/15

Each week the Music Feeds team picks a favourite song from the week that was, wraps it in a bunch of words, and presents it you.