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Gossling, World’s End Press & More Close Out The 9th Coopers AMP Longlist

Written by Nastassia Baroni on December 13, 2013

The organisers of the 9th Coopers AMP have added the final touches to their 2014 longlist, including releases by Gossling, World’s End Press, The Trouble With Templeton, and seven more, bringing the longlist up to a total of 43.

This group of 10 go in the running alongside the 33 already announced artists to compete for the $30,000 prize courtesy of PPCA. Previous AMP winners include The Drones in 2005 for Wait Long By The River And The Bodies of You Enemies Will Float By and Augie March for Moo, You Bloody Choir in 2006.

Last week the AMP judging panel announced their inaugural list of 25 Highly Regarded albums, releases that didn’t make the longlist but that the panel deemed worthy of recognition. That list includes Circus In The Sky by Bliss N Eso, Atlas by Rufus and Ngaiire‘s Lamentations. You can see the full list below.

The nine shortlisted candidates will be announced on Australia Day at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl as a part of the official Shortlisted! event from 6-8pm. The free event will host performances by a select group of artists, headlined by last year’s winner Hermitude.

The Final Ten Coopers AMP Longlisted Artists And Their Albums

Ainslie Wills – You Go Your Way, I’ll Go Mine
Dog Trumpet – Medicated Spirits
Gossling – Harvest Of Gold
High Highs – Open Season
Melanie Horsnell – The Cloud Appreciation Society
Montero – The Loving Gaze
Sara Storer – Lovegrass
Songs – Malabar
The Trouble With Templeton – Rookie
World’s End Press – World’s End Press


Adalita – All Day Venus
Cloud Control – Dream Cave
Palms – Step Brothers
Boy & Bear – Harlequin Dream
Fluent Form – Flu Season
Jagwar Ma – Howlin’
Josh Pyke – The Beginning And The End Of Everything
Machine Translations – The Bright Door
Paul Kelly, James Ledger, Genevieve Lacey & ANAMlly – Conversations With Ghosts
Heath Cullen – The Still And The Steep
Jimblah – Phoenix
Jimmy Tait – Golden
New Gods – Beloved
Ross McClennan – The Night Deeds Are Vapour
Brighter Later – The Wolves
Sam Buckingham – I’m A Bird
Luke Howard – Sun, Cloud
Pikelet – Calluses
Horrorshow – King Amongst Many
Dick Diver – Calendar Days
The Tongue – Surrender To Victory
The Delta Riggs – Hex Lover Killer
Standish/Carlyon – Deleted Scenes
PVT – Homosapien
Jen Cloher – In Blood Memory
Beaches – She Beats
Kirin J. Callinan – Embracism
The Drones – I See Seaweed
Bob Evans – Familiar Stranger
Abbe May – Kiss My Apocalypse
Big Scary – Not Art
Dialectrix – The Cold Light Of Day
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away

The 2013 Coopers AMP Highly Regarded List

Alex Hahn & The Blue Riders – The Wallflower
Bliss N Eso – Circus In The Sky
Cash Savage & The Last Drinks – The Hypnotiser
Crystal Mercy – The Fisherman’s Daughter
Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier – Stories Of Ghosts
Emma Louise – Vs. Head Vs. Heart
The Grapes – Western Sun
Hungry Kids Of Hungary – You’re A Shadow
Jinja Safari – Jinja Safari
King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard – Float Along – Fill Your Lungs
Major Chord – Transition
Mantra – Telling Scenes
Melody Pool – The Hurting Scene
Mr. Grevis – My Escape
Monique diMattina – Nola’s Ark
Ngaire – Lamentations
RÜFÜS – Atlas
Seja – All Our Wires
Snakadaktal – Sleep In The Water
Sticky Fingers – Caress Your Soul
Stolen Violin – Temperate Touch, Tropical Tears
Suburban Dark – Second Front
Sweet Jean – Dear Departure
Underground Lovers – Weekend
Unity Floors – Exotic Goldfish Blues

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