Record Roundup

  • Record Roundup: The Bennies, Tkay Maidza, Twerps
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    Record Roundup: The Bennies, Tkay Maidza, Twerps

    Today’s Record Roundup features a slew of homegrown talent, including a new EP from Melbourne Ska champs The Bennies, a new single and the debut EP from 18-year old Adelaide rapper Tkay Maidza, and the unveiling of the lead single from Victorian pop outfit Twerps’ upcoming EP. The Bennies – Heavy Disco EP The Bennies

  • 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

  • Record Roundup: Davey Lane, Bertie Blackman, Client Liaison
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    Record Roundup: Davey Lane, Bertie Blackman, Client Liaison

    Today’s Record Roundup is bringing you a long-awaited solo full-length from the mighty Davey Lane, a change in direction from Bertie Blackman, and the latest chapter in Client Liaison‘s climb up the corporate ladder. The coming months are going to be very good for fans of Australian music. Davey Lane – Atonally Young Aussie rocker

  • Record Roundup: Foxygen, Kele, Perfume Genius
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    Record Roundup: Foxygen, Kele, Perfume Genius

    Today’s Record Roundup showcases three acts who have managed to craft a unique sound and achieve well-earned critical acclaim within an increasingly crowded scene, with new releases from California duo Foxygen, Bloc Party frontman turned solo act Kele and acclaimed Seattle artist Perfume Genius. Foxygen – …And Star Power Californian purveyors of ’60s pop rock

  • 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

  • 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

  • Record Roundup: Bo Ningen, Fucked Up, Tune-Yards, Glass Animals
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    Record Roundup: Bo Ningen, Fucked Up, Tune-Yards, Glass Animals

    Each of today’s Record Roundup artists occupy a league of their own in the great landscape of modern independent music. From Japanese five-piece Bo Ningen, to Toronto hardcore outfit Fucked Up, and from the always spritely Tune-Yards, to Oxfordshire four-piece Glass Animals. Bo Ningen – III One of the more acclaimed acts on the Big

  • Record Roundup: SBTRKT, Perfect Pussy, Wagons
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    Record Roundup: SBTRKT, Perfect Pussy, Wagons

    Today’s Record Roundup presents three acts that, while they sit on disparate ends of the genre map, have each developed reputations as skilled songwriters and steadfastly uncompromising artists: electronic star SBTRKT, New York noisemakers Perfect Pussy, and our own Wagons. Check out all of this week’s new music right here! SBTRKT – Transitions With the

  • Record Roundup: Klaxons, Jolie Holland, Mac DeMarco, Sam Smith
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    Record Roundup: Klaxons, Jolie Holland, Mac DeMarco, Sam Smith

    Today’s Record Roundup features some of Some of independent music’s more colourful artists as well as some rising newcomers, with releases from English new rave indie rockers, Klaxons, jazz-inspired singer Jolie Holland , Canadian multi-instrumentalist Mac DeMarco and breakthrough Londoner Sam Smith. Klaxsons – Love Frequency After sharing their new singles, disco-flavoured, glimmering There Is

  • Record Roundup: The Afghan Whigs, Hamilton Leithauser, Paolo Nutini, Sharon Van Etten
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    Record Roundup: The Afghan Whigs, Hamilton Leithauser, Paolo Nutini, Sharon Van Etten

    Some of independent music’s more critically acclaimed artists feature on today’s Record Roundup, with new releases announced by alt-rockers The Afghan Whigs, ex-Walkmen singer Hamilton Leithauser, singular songsmith Paolo Nutini, and Brooklyn talent Sharon Van Etten. The Afghan Whigs – Do To The Beast Sub Pop and Inertia have announced the release of the latest

  • Local Record Roundup: Dan Brodie, Tiny Ruins, Twin Beasts, Monks Of Mellonwah
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    Local Record Roundup: Dan Brodie, Tiny Ruins, Twin Beasts, Monks Of Mellonwah

    Local Record Roundup is bringing you four Antipodeans who are each as hardworking as the next, able to craft a tune as well as the next, and each releasing highly-anticipated new albums: Melburnians Dan Brodie and Twin Beasts, NZ’s Tiny Ruins, and Sydney’s Monks Of Mellonwah. Dan Brodie – Deep Deep Love On 16th March

  • Record Roundup: Brody Dalle, Tori Amos, Chromeo
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    Record Roundup: Brody Dalle, Tori Amos, Chromeo

    An Australian-born punk veteran, an icon of the 90s female singer-songwriter explosion and player in the mainstream crossover of house music, and two Montreal boys who call themselves the “Larry David of funk,” today’s Record Roundup brings news from Brody Dalle, Tori Amos, and Chromeo. Brody Dalle – Diploid Love Following the excitement that met

  • Record Roundup: Lune, Nick Mulvey, Ratking, Death Vessel
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    Record Roundup: Lune, Nick Mulvey, Ratking, Death Vessel

    Today’s Record Roundup features four artists, each on their way to cementing themselves as one-of-a-kind artists in their respective genres, with a debut LP from Lune, a debut solo release from Nick Mulvey, the highly anticipated long-play from Ratking, and a new album from Death Vessel. Lune – Music & Sports That dreamy voice you

  • Record Roundup: Conor Oberst, Sun Kil Moon
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    Record Roundup: Conor Oberst, Sun Kil Moon

    Today’s Record Roundup features two of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters of the past decade, with new album announcements from Bright Eyes‘ Conor Oberst, soon to be unleashing his latest solo LP, and Sun Kil Moon aka Mark Kozelek, formerly of Red House Painters. Conor Oberst – Upside Down Mountain Bright Eyes‘ Conor Oberst has announced

  • Record Roundup: Dan Sultan, Drowners, Hellyeah
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    Record Roundup: Dan Sultan, Drowners, Hellyeah

    Today’s Record Roundup brings good news for fans of Australian singer-songwriters, New York City-bred post-punk, and heavy metal supergroups, with new album announcements coming from Melbourne songsmith Dan Sultan, shimmering young guns Drowners, and the mighty Hellyeah. Dan Sultan – Blackbird Liberation Music have confirmed that Australia’s own Dan Sultan will unveil his latest full-length

  • Record Roundup: The Aston Shuffle, The Ninjas
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    Record Roundup: The Aston Shuffle, The Ninjas

    Today’s Record Roundup brings not only the latest taste of gritty, garage-bred post-punk from quickly rising Brisbane duo The Ninjas — aptly dubbed Kill ‘Em All — but a long-anticipated release in the form of Canberra duo The Aston Shuffle‘s latest full-length studio album, Photographs. The Aston Shuffle – Photographs Canberra-bred house duo The Aston

  • Record Roundup: Cashmere Cat, Thumpers, Little Bastard
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    Record Roundup: Cashmere Cat, Thumpers, Little Bastard

    Today’s Record Roundup brings you Lateral-thinking Scandinavian EDM with lounge and club music influences from Cashmere Cat, diagonal synths and tom tom-backed harmonies sung in London accents from the UK’s Thumpers, and album news from punky urchins Little Bastard. Cashmere Cat – Wedding Bells EP Norway-bred producer/DJ/turntablist Cashmere Cat has made good on the acclaim

  • Record Roundup: Eels, Kelis, Cloud Nothings, Twin Forks
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    Record Roundup: Eels, Kelis, Cloud Nothings, Twin Forks

    This week sees the announcement of a raft of albums from artists that are innovators in their genres. Kicking off with the confessional stylings of the prolific Mark Oliver Everett and his band Eels. We also have sultry R&B impressionist Kelis‘ new collaboration with TV On The Radio‘s Dave Sitek. There’s also long-awaited new releases

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