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Miami Horror interview

Producing a string of international hits without releasing an album in the space of four years isn’t the norm for most artists. But Australian electro-pop outfit Miami Horror aren’t your … Read more


Miami Horror’s Illumination

Australian electro four-piece Miami Horror’s have just released their debut album, Illumination, a perfect union of horns, acoustic and electric guitars, synths and looping bass lines β€” all of which … Read more


PVT’s Window

Australian electronic act, Pivot, have changed their name β€” to PVT β€” and have a new album on the way, to be released through the mercurial Warp Records. Their song, … Read more


Andy Clockwise album giveaway

Australian singer-songwriter, Andy Clockwise, has just released his latest album, The Socialite, and it’s another trippily eclectic set of off-kilter pop gems. We have 10 copies to giveaway to randomly … Read more


Dappled Cities interview

After their number one AIR debut and ARIA nomination for their most recent album, Zounds, we thought we should check in with Australian band, Dappled Cities, to get the inside … Read more


The Black Ryder

We checked in with Aussie band, The Black Ryder, and asked them whether their new album, Buy The Ticket, Take the Ride, was a labour of love or if it … Read more


The Middle East

Don’t be fooled: The Middle East actually hail from Queensland, Australia, where their mini-album, The Recordings Of The Middle East, was originally self released 2008 before the always hip record … Read more


Cloud Control’s Gold Canary

Cloud Control have just unravelled a newly recorded track, Gold Canary, from their forthcoming 2010 album. It’s straight up pastoral Blue Mountains goodness. I actually heard it live earlier this … Read more


Midnight Juggernauts

Midnight Juggernauts are another awesome Australian band. There’s something amazing going on in the land of Oz, with Empire of the Sun, Pnau, and these guys. I really wish they … Read more

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