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An interview with Pulled Apart By Horses from 2000trees 2015

Now that Lee’s gone, we can go a bit more ABBA

It’s Saturday afternoon in Coventry. At the centre of a circle of rowdy kids, one young dude with multi-coloured hair is the recipient of back pats and admiration from the others.

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Birthday Cake For Breakfast

#SORRYNOTSORRY NON DANCE MUSIC RELATED: SMALL WORLD FESTIVAL ANNOUNCE 2015 LINE UP

INCLUDES THE CHURCH, DZ DEATHRAYS, PVT & MORE

“ Small World played out as a refreshing addition to Sydney’s constant celebrations of inner-west life. With quality curating from Young Henry’s as well as some of their own best produce, I think we’re all hoping it will become a regular event.”  300 more words

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Brisbane’s Festival Season Begins

With the searing heat of summer having made way for balmy autumn days and winter now looming, Brisbane comes alive with a host of community festivals across the city over the next few months. 683 more words

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Northeast Party House

Aside from the greatest memory of all – the infamous house party that the band was inspired to form from – Northeast Party House have spent the past few years creating lifelong memories, as guitarist Mitch Ansell tells me, the most memorable was the chance to play at Falls Festival in Lorne on the same stage he had seen many of his favourite bands play and the stage he also managed to creep backstage at after catching the drummer’s stick from Midnight Juggernauts. 504 more words

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Today's Lesson Playlist 23/03/15

  1. Stevie Nicks – Edge Of Seventeen.
  2. Damian Marley – Road To Zion
  3. Modest Mouse – Paper Thin Walls
  4. The Black Angels – Young Men Dead…
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The Kills

Review: DZ Deathrays - Black Rat

DZ Deathrays are a Bundaberg-bred, Brisbane-based thrash rock duo. “Black Rat” is their second studio album, and the improvements over their first effort, “Bloodstreams”, are more than noticeable. 205 more words

Review

DZ DEATHRAYS @ FOWLERS LIVE

Technical difficulties and a town supposedly impossible to sell rock music to didn’t stop DZ Deathrays’ near-sellout show from almost literally tearing a hole into local music institute Fowler’s Live, and ultimately conjuring up a Sandstorm. 562 more words
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