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Bon Iver

Posted 8 Mar 2012 @ 1:43pm
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It was no surprise that Bon Iver (aka Bonnie Bear) managed to sell out the massive Sidney Myer Music Bowl, leaving plenty of fans disappointed.

 

Luckily, a very limited last-minute release of tickets has just been announced for tonight's show.

 

Be quick, as the GA tickets will sure to be snapped up quickly.

 

Update: All tickets now sold out!

Posted 21 Dec 2011 @ 2:53pm
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1. YOUTH LAGOON

Cannons

A crunchy 808 beat and snowy synth notes; a high and distant lead vocal and overall sense of magic and sadness. [youtube]9_g0TpTmIIk[/youtube]

 

2. JEFF BRIDGES

What A Little Bit Of Love Can Do

I don’t why I like it so much, it’s just weirdly awesome. Makes me want to don cowboys boots have sex with an old man, and...

Posted 23 Nov 2011 @ 8:40am
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Aunty Meredith has done it again. 

 

This time around, the Golden Plains crew have added Jersey indie-delights Real Estate, and local garage kings Total Control to the already astounding bill for Golden Plains Sixxx. A sonic smorgasboard of a line-up, the exciting new additions join the likes of Bon Iver, Black Lips, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti and Roky...

Posted 22 Nov 2011 @ 11:47am
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Into the Flame is a frighteningly sincere EP for a man only in his early 20s. The opening song Brother is its strongest track and possibly Corby's best release to date. It's hard to avoid singing along to the soulful vocals and growling chorus and at times it seems inspired by fellow Aussies Cloud Control. Perhaps only its length will limit its possibilities as a radio hit.

 

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Posted 12 Oct 2011 @ 2:59pm
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22-year-old Trevor Powers has released a heartbreaking album of indie esoterica called The Year of Hibernation and this is our lead single. With its crunchy 808 beat and snowy synth notes, high and distant lead vocal and overall sense of magic and sadness, Cannons evokes Bon Iver and Sigur Ros, and the emotional fragility of Sufjan Stevens. A nostalgic, quietly devastating tune.

Posted 6 Oct 2011 @ 1:29pm
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At the forefront of the contemporary ethereal electronic rnb movement, How To Dress Well is making his Australian debut later this year. 

 

The Brookly-based artist, real name Tom Krell, burst upon the independent scene with his 2010 release Love Remains. Since then, 2011 has seen the release of his Just Once EP, and seen widespread global critical acclaim, with Spin describing...

Posted 30 Sep 2011 @ 9:31am
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Boom! Straight off the mark. Announced for Golden Plains Sixxx mere minutes ago, Bon Iver has added a sideshow for next March.

 

After last visting the Forum Theatre in 2009, Iver's star has continued to shine to see his universal acclalim grow tenfold. Returning with his sophomore record...

Posted 23 Sep 2011 @ 9:06am
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Your name:

Jack Parsons.

 

Your band’s name:

The Pretty Littles.

 

What’s the deal with the band’s name:

I don’t like your tone... just a shit-hot collection of words of no relevance to anything really, that were kind of said in I Am The Walrus describing a policeman.

 

Define your sound in five words or less:

Bang, Slap,...

Posted 16 Sep 2011 @ 10:38am
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I had a soft spot for the first album by The War On Drugs, and I’m pleasantly surprised to find their follow-up Slave Ambient so appealing. Slave Ambient is sublime alt-pop with droney inclinations, never far from the warmth of early-era My Morning Jacket or Midlake. There's also the aura of Kurt Vile permeating here, like a vein running throughout, which brings these songs that much closer to...

Posted 23 Jun 2011 @ 3:00pm
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One of our favourite record joints, Polyester Records, have announced their epic 20% off sale! from

 

Wednesday June 22 to Tuesday June 28, it won't last long but the bargains you'll score will last foooooorever! CDs, LPs, DVDs and books at both Polyester stores are all swept up in the sale (tickets, gift vouchers and already discounted stock are unable to be reduced in price)...

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