Kate Suters

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Tame Impala

From the dusty depths of Western Australia comes the making of another great Aussie band. Tame Impala have just released their self-titled EP and it’s already seducing ears across the … Read more

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We salute Splendour!

As the final festival devotees gather their bags, pick up their muddy gumboots, and make their long journey home, the hills of Byron Bay seem eerily quiet. Over 17,500 music … Read more

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Beth Rowley

Twenty-six year old Beth Rowley hails from Bristol, England, but her smoky gospel style creates a beautifully mysterious impression of a dark diva from yesteryear, sashaying across a small stage … Read more

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Circle Just Keep Swimming

Sydney band Circle have just released their debut album Just Keep Swimming and boy does it make me smile. It’s an album that works hard to take your mind elsewhere … Read more

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Amy Winehouse re-released

For those who missed the amazing debut album of Amy Winehouse, you’re in luck. They’ve just re-released Frank in it all its award-winning glory, with extra bonuses such as unreleased … Read more

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Duffy’s Rockferry

It may have been a bad move on my behalf to play the soulful tracks of Duffy for the first time at 9:30 this morning.

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James’ Hey Ma

In the milliseconds between pressing play on the latest album from James and settling back onto your comfy bed and adjusting yourself just so, life is seemingly ordinary. Then the … Read more

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The Presets’ Apocalypso

Dark and somewhat extraterrestrial, The Preset’s sophomore album Apocalypso has just landed on my desk and I’m beside myself. Starting off with the aptly titled Kicking and Screaming, the boys, … Read more

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