New Music W/E 24/08/14

  • Record Roundup: Little May, Bored Nothing, The Ninjas
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    Record Roundup: Little May, Bored Nothing, The Ninjas

    Today’s Record Roundup is showcasing the best the East Coast has to offer, with forthcoming new releases from Sydney’s favourite ghost folk charmers, Little May, a bold new step for Melbourne’s own Bored Nothing, and the long-awaited debut EP from Brisbane powerhouse The Ninjas. Little May – Little May EP Little May have been charming

  • Interpol Drop Another ‘El Pintor’ Tune, ‘Ancient Ways’
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    Interpol Drop Another ‘El Pintor’ Tune, ‘Ancient Ways’

    New York post-punk revivalists and Splendour In The Grass 2014 alumni Interpol have shared a new song titled Ancient Ways, taken from their forthcoming fifth studio album El Pintor. Whilst some fans are loving the new track, others have been a little more critical. Ancient Ways gets straight to the point, and does so with

  • Lanie Lane Returns With ‘Celeste’ And A New Album
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    Lanie Lane Returns With ‘Celeste’ And A New Album

    Sydney singer-songwriter Lanie Lane has returned with a new single and news of a forthcoming second album. Lane’s latest track Celeste marks the first new material since her debut album To The Horses, which dropped in 2011. The dreamy music video for Celeste (below) mirrors the song’s gentle vocal hooks and glistening guitars using footage

  • Death From Above 1979 Bring Heavy Back With New Song ‘Government Trash’
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    Death From Above 1979 Bring Heavy Back With New Song ‘Government Trash’

    A hard-riffing new song from Toronto dance-punks Death From Above 1979 has surfaced online after the band handed out CDs to fans at a recent performance. Titled Government Trash, the track features on the band’s highly-anticipated second album The Physical World, which will be released in September. As Consequence of Sound reports, DFA handed out

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