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Scare Tactics: new music by Inaudible

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By Kim Lajoie in New Music on Saturday 1 December 2012

If you like your bass dirty and gnarly, take four minutes to check out Inaudible’s track Scare Tactics. This isn’t dubstep, but it’ll do similar damage to your speakers. The bass meanders and shifts like a giant snake. Atmospheric tribal drums and squeaky keyboard lines dance around like it’s a voodoo campfire.

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New music by Bare Toes Into Soil

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By Kim Lajoie in New Music on Friday 30 November 2012

You know how some musicians record a cover and it destroys the original? Crimes against music, eh? And then someone comes along and breaks the rules. Bare Toes Into Soil are back again with a new video – this time they’ve recorded a cover of Melbourne folktronica act Brightly. The song is gut-wrenchingly bittersweet. Bare […]

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Lady Killer: new video by Megalove

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By Kim Lajoie in Video on Thursday 29 November 2012

Holy lasers Batman! Megalove’s latest video is a sweaty mess of glitter, disco balls, guitars and strobe lights. And there’s a pole dancer, too. Remember when music reeled you in with danceable beats and catchy hooks but then revealed a deeper meaning when you actually figured out the lyrics? Yeah, that.

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Newer York by Petra Elliott and Caleb Garfinkel

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By Kim Lajoie in New Music on Friday 2 November 2012

For something a bit quieter, Petra (singing) and Caleb (on guitar) perform a heart-stopping bittersweet ballad. Two and a half minutes of soft goodbyes and silent tears. This song is actually for a short film, and I’m not surprised at all.

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Far And Over The Sea: new music by Tom Francis

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By Kim Lajoie in New Music on Wednesday 31 October 2012

Between cobbled alleyways and hushed cafes, Tom Francis weaves his magic with little more than a guitar and a suitcase. This song captures a beautiful contemplative atmosphere where a masterful storyteller lets us fill in the blanks with our imagination. His voice and guitar gently soothe like tiny waves lapping at a bay beach on […]

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