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Posted 22 Jan 2013 @ 2:02pm
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The last time I was spellbound by Beach House was at The Toff In Town, a more intimate setting than the grand old Forum. That was back in 2008, and their sound since then has become cleaner and bolder, bringing with it a wider fan-base. This doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve become better; my favourite recording of theirs is still 2008’s Devotion, followed closely by 2010’s Teen...

Posted 27 Dec 2012 @ 5:56pm
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Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House specialise in crafting lush and beautiful songs, their gauzy arrangements packed with gentle keyboard hums and haunting vocal melodies. Every two years or so, they release another amazing album – the most recent being this year’s acclaimed Bloom– although singer Victoria Legrand insists that there is no careful planning behind what they do. “Believe it or...

Posted 2 Oct 2012 @ 11:31am
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With the Lorne edition well and truly sold-out and Marion Bay not far behind, the Falls Festival bandwagon will roll on in to Melbourne town with a heap of sideshows announced in more intimate settings.

 

The full list (so far) of Falls sideshows looks a little something like this:

 

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Posted 1 Oct 2012 @ 2:16pm
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After flooring audiences earlier in 2012, Beach House are returning to hit Falls Music And Arts Festival at the end of the year. 

 

Riding high after releasing one of the standout records of 2012 in Bloom, Beach House will no doubt shine when they return to Australian stages, including a freshly announced run of sideshows. 

Posted 3 Jul 2012 @ 8:32am
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This year marks the 20th anniversary of Falls Music And Arts Festival at Lorne, and the tenth anniversary of the festival in Marion Bay. And to celebrate, an all-star first lineup announcement has just been revealed.

 

Leading the charge with the stellar first announcement are Beach House, Best Coast, Boy And Bear, Coolio, Sampology presents A Falls Anniversary Live AV Show,...

Posted 2 May 2012 @ 10:37am
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There’s a brutally efficient way to summarise the Baltimore duo’s fourth LP, and while labelling it as Teen Dream 2 is perhaps not an unsurprising summary, it unfairly underlines a ‘if it ain’t broke’ mentality that betrays Beach House’s characteristically organic craftsmanship.

 

Naturally Bloom’s predecessor was the pair’s breakthrough album, critics and fans alike flocking to...

Posted 25 Mar 2011 @ 10:59am
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