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Interpol: “Things Just Felt Good” On ‘El Pintor’

After post-punk revivalists Interpol formed in 1997, bands like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio and Liars started popping up in New York City bars.
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Real Estate: Rock Bands Are “The Underdogs” Of Indie Music

With three studio albums now lining their discography, Brooklyn-via-New-Jersey jangle-rockers Real Estate are mainstays of the American indie music scene.
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Augie March: “This Will Be A Part-Time Thing Forever”

Seasoned purveyors of Australiana-tinged folk rock Augie March will soon complete their long-awaited comeback with the release of their fifth studio album, Havens Dumb.
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Slipknot: “This Band Is An Anomaly”

Jim Root talks to Music Feeds!

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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #107: Atreyu

Recently reformed California metalcore favourites Atreyu have already kicked off their comeback with hometown shows and will be bringing the mayhem to Australia for Soundwave in February next year.
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Kele: “I’m Obsessed With Making Music”

With British indie-rock faves Bloc Party again on “hiatus”, enigmatic frontman Kelechukwu “Kele” Okereke has recorded another solo album, Trick, succeeding 2010′s The Boxer.
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I Killed The Prom Queen’s ‘Rise Of Brotality’ Tour Diary

Photo: Alexey Makhov I Killed The Prom Queen have been trekking cross-country on their ‘Rise Of Brotality’ Tour alongside Los Angeles hardcore outfit The Ghost Inside, In Hearts Wake, Bury Tomorrow, and Hellions.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #106: The Preatures

Buzzing Sydney band The Preatures are finally releasing their debut record, Blue Planet Eyes, this Friday, 26th September.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #105: Trivium

When it’s time for Trivium to end a tour, they go to a place where they know they’re getting a rave reception from a devoted legion of fans.
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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #104: Incubus

Soundwave 2015 co-headliners Incubus are currently stowed away at home, working hard on what will be the Californian band’s eighth LP.
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Burton C. Bell Talks New Fear Factory, Programmed Vs Live Drums & Soundwave

With the release of 1995′s Demanufacture, Californian industrial metal outfit Fear Factory redefined what it meant for an album to be ahead of its time.
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Watch Andy Bull Get Grilled By His Own Harshest Critic

They say we are our own harshest critics, but Sydney singer-songwriter and producer Andy Bull has taken this cliché to its literal end, sitting down for a series of in-depth interviews where he faces the tough questions hurled at him by unrelenting interviewer Andy Bull.