New Music W/E 06/04/14

  • Local Record Roundup: Remi, The Murlocs, Dave Graney
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    Local Record Roundup: Remi, The Murlocs, Dave Graney

    Local Record Roundup would like to present three of Australia’s most idiosyncratic and utterly individualistic artists, with all-new releases coming from Triple J hip-hop favourite Remi, soulful Victorian surf coast instigators The Murlocs, and the Aus-rock royalty that is Dave Graney. Check out all of this week’s new music right here! Check out all of

  • LISTEN: The Hold Steady – ‘Spinners’
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    LISTEN: The Hold Steady – ‘Spinners’

    Your favourite bar band is back and they’ve reassembled the old crew, the Cityscape Skins, for a new album’s worth of lyrically dense, narrative-driven, beer-ready rock and roll. The album’s called Teeth Dreams and fans can get a taste right now with The Hold Steady‘s new single, Spinners. “I think there is something beautiful and

  • LISTEN: Glass Animals – ‘Holiest’
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    LISTEN: Glass Animals – ‘Holiest’

    Holiest is the latest cut to be taken from Glass Animals‘ new album, ZABA, out Friday, 6th June through Wolf Tone / Caroline International. The album was recorded at Wolf Tone Studios in London and produced by Glass Animals’ frontman Dave Bayley with input from Paul Epworth (Adele). “The sound of the record,” says Bayley

  • Record Roundup: Passenger, Liars, The Hold Steady
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    Record Roundup: Passenger, Liars, The Hold Steady

    Today’s Record Roundup showcases three acts who are unique in that their longevity and sizeable fan bases are equal to their critical acclaim and ability to consistently unveil great albums, with new releases from Brighton-born Passenger, LA’s own Liars, and New York outfit The Hold Steady. Check out all of this week’s new music right

  • LISTEN: Yacht Club DJs – ‘Undertow’
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    LISTEN: Yacht Club DJs – ‘Undertow’

    The last six years haven’t been all that bright for Yacht Club DJs. Between sold out US tours with Mumford & Sons and the release of five well-received mixtapes, the band have only been playing thousands of live shows at home and abroad, and amassing thousands of plays and views online. Okay, so maybe it’s

  • The Flaming Lips Unveil ‘Flaming Side Of The Moon’
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    The Flaming Lips Unveil ‘Flaming Side Of The Moon’

    The Flaming Lips have bestowed what for upon the cynics who thought Saturday’s sudden announcement of an imminent companion piece to Pink Floyd‘s classic 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon was some kind of April Fool’s Day joke, offering a stream of the project via SoundCloud. It’s no surprise some thought the whole

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