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MARCHING CHURCH TELL IT LIKE IT IS
MARCHING CHURCH TELL IT LIKE IT IS

Last week saw the release of the the new album, Telling It Like It Is’ from Denmark collective Marching Church. It’s a diverse work that skirts genres and decades but is more thematically cohesive than previous efforts. It’s characterised...

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CLÉA VINCENT UNVEILS ‘ELECTRICITÉ’ VIDEO
CLÉA VINCENT UNVEILS ‘ELECTRICITÉ’ VIDEO

Check out the playful new video for ‘Electricité’ from Cléa Vincent off her fine debut album Retiens mon désir. Michelle Blades directs.  Buy the album here.   Electricité Cléa Vincent (FRA) From the album, ‘Retiens mon désir’, Midnight Special Records....

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BLOOD ORANGE NEW VIDEO – ‘I KNOW’
BLOOD ORANGE NEW VIDEO – ‘I KNOW’

Devonté Hynes has just released a co-self directed new Blood Orange video with Tracy Antonopoulos for the fragile and introspective ‘I Know’. It sees him getting a ballet workout with esteemed Russian dancer, Maria Kochetkova, who performs as a Principal...

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DRUG TRAIN UNVEILS PETITE NATURE
DRUG TRAIN UNVEILS PETITE NATURE

Montréal based outfit Drug Train released their long awaited album Petite Nature digitally today. A chilled out document of minimalist synthwave with post punk, motorik and pop tendencies, the band have shared a number of tracks which you can...

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OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #3: HOLODECK RECORDS – TROLLER
OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #3: HOLODECK RECORDS – TROLLER

This post is the third in the three part Our Sins of Sonic Omission review series highlighting the 2016 releases by Austin label Holodeck Records that we, much to our chagrin, allowed to pass us by. For the context behind the...

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IN PICTURES: THE OCEAN PARTY @ THE METRO HOTEL, ADELAIDE
IN PICTURES: THE OCEAN PARTY @ THE METRO HOTEL, ADELAIDE

The Ocean Party rolled into Adelaide last Friday as part of their 17 date national tour in support of their latest album, the observationally savvy but ever humble Restless. Indie30 was at the compact Metro Hotel to catch the...

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OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #2: HOLODECK RECORDS – SAMANTHA GLASS
OUR SINS OF SONIC OMISSION #2: HOLODECK RECORDS – SAMANTHA GLASS

This post is the second in the three part Our Sins of Sonic Omission review series highlighting the 2016 releases by Austin label Holodeck Records that we, much to our chagrin, allowed to pass us by. For the context behind the...

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ARBES DELIVERS PSALMS EP
ARBES DELIVERS PSALMS EP

Never content to deliver straight up pop, through their new Psalms EP, Melbourne trio Arbes continue the penchant for pursuing restless yet relentless rhythm and melody within their DIY, tropics infused surf and dream pop aesthetic. The kind of...

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FELICITA TO UNLEASH A NEW FAMILY
FELICITA TO UNLEASH A NEW FAMILY

Last week saw electronic producer Felicita take a dark approach to his pop experimentalism with the release of the genre-defying opening track ‘A New Family’ off his forthcoming EP of the same name. Beginning with buzzsaw synths and death...

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CHANGELINGS DROP DEBUT SINGLE
CHANGELINGS DROP DEBUT SINGLE

Melbourne artist Jay Penaflor has a new project called CHANGELINGS and has just dropped his debut single, ‘There’s a Place’. The spatial relationship between acoustic and delay drenched guitar melodies, emotive layers of synth and a epic sounding rhythm...

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