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Posted 27 Jan 2012 @ 7:03am

2011 was a busy year for Alan Palomo of Neon Indian fame, and if his recent New Year’s Eve celebrations are anything to go by, 2012 looks to be just as jam packed. “I played on New Year’s Eve in Dallas,” Palomo begins when asked how he rang in the beginning of 2012. “It was a crazy rave in downtown Dallas with Diplo and Girl Talk and some others. It was a lot of fun. I ended up having an early...

Posted 18 Nov 2011 @ 9:30am

Cameron Bird isn't sounding too hot. Stuffed up, sniffling and in general, quite depleted, Bird is suffering from a bad cold. "The road, you know?" says Bird dryly in between sniffling. It's an elusive comment, but one that makes total sense if you were to take a look at hometown heroes Architecture In Helsinki's recent touring schedule. This year alone, the band has had three separate tours...

Posted 30 Sep 2011 @ 9:27am

The absolute cornerstone of the Australian festival season, the motherfucking Big Day Out, has announced a seminal slew of acts to kickstart the celebrations of their 20th anniversary. 


Without further adieu, the first announcement for for the 2012 Big Day Out includes Kanye West, Soundgarden, Kasabian, Best Coast, Foster The People, Cage The Elephant, The Getaway Plan, Girl...

Posted 1 Jul 2011 @ 10:52am

The press release for Moment Bends, the newie from AIH, states that this album is the "...first great modernist pop album of the year". To me it just sounds like someone has time machined back to the 80s with an array of modern day equipment...And don't get me started on Desert Island's use of pan pipes. I firmly believe that they belong on folk albums found in op-shops and buskers playing in...

Posted 22 Jun 2011 @ 1:46pm

Northcote's favourite sons, and, uhh, daughter, are hitting back to home soil to perform a series of intimate concerts.


After recently showcasing material from the magnificent Moment Bends at the national Groovin' The Moo festivals and a brief run of headline dates, Architecture in Helsinki are set to return after completing a gargantuan tour encompassing the USA, Russia,...

Posted 20 Jun 2011 @ 6:30pm

Architecture are a radically different band these days to the clattering ensemble of cardigan-wearing goof balls that released Fingers Crossed in 2003. They are now synth-rocking goof balls; inexplicably popular, somewhat po-faced goof balls who write ridiculous songs like Escapee – complete with farting bass notes and hollering backing vocals, elements that would be funny if they weren’t so...

Posted 25 May 2011 @ 11:46am
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"Am I guilty? Boy, you decide." It's a legitimate question raised within the impossibly catchy hook on sorta-lead single Contact High. After a series of well-received, but hardly revelatory albums filled with rough-edged indie-pop tracks, Architecture In Helsinki have simply said "fuck it" and gone and produced a smooth, straight-faced unashamedly-pop record.


The warning signs...

Posted 7 Apr 2011 @ 12:01pm
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