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Here's 5 tracks as chosen by Darcy Dexter, vocalist of Australian dream-pop quartet Seaside, at the time of release of ...
Weeknight – Dead Beat Creep
Self-proclaimed dark-pop duo Weeknight return in 2019 with the release of their second record, Dead Beat Creep. Coming nearly five ...
Album of the Month
Deerhunter – Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?
Sungenre Album of the Month – January 2019 This is not the best Deerhunter album. Each of the Atlanta, Georgia ...
The Citradels – Fuck The Hits: Vol. 1
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Sarah Blasko – Depth of Field
Sarah Blasko is one of Australia’s most beloved songwriters. Since her 2004 debut The Overture & the Underscore, she has ...
Born Ruffians – Uncle, Duke & The Chief
The fifth studio album from Canadian indie rock band Born Ruffians opens with "Forget Me", a mature and melancholic instant ...