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SURF CITY - " Hollow Veins "

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“Sticky summer jams, fuzzy swirls and out and out dream pop blasts”

Auckland, New Zealand’s Surf City draws from the more languid and loose traditions of indie rock and Flying Nun’s melodic sensibilities, merging the two in songs that are both dense and immediate. 235 more words

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SURF CITY - " One Too Many Things "

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Taken from the ‘Jekyll Island’, the forthcoming new album from New Zealand’s ‘Surf City’.

The following up to ‘We Knew It Was Not Going To Be Like This’, Surf City’s… 13 more words

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Virginia Wing Measure Joy

Measures Of Joy is the debut album from South London (UK) based group Virginia Wing.

Released on Fire Records last November it is due to be issued in May 2015 in… 169 more words

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3AM Eternal: The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience "I Like Rain" (1986)

There’s something most charming about the video above, taken from New Zealand indie-pop band The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience’s debut album, Love Songs. It’s a silly, homemade affair, which suits the chirpy melody and innocent vibe that radiates from the song. 59 more words

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JEKYLL ISLAND BY SURF CITY REVIEW (FOR SUBBA-CULTCHA)

With two records down and a third set to release this month via Fire Records, Surf City promise something noisier, catchier and stronger than ever. 461 more words

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SURF CITY - " NYC "

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New Zealand band Surf City’s latest album We Knew It Was Not Going To Be Like This continues their love affair with psychedelic, reverb-swathed guitar pop, drawing from their Flying Nun forefathers The Clean and The Chills, as well as the fuzzed-up dream pop of The Jesus and Mary Chain and the loopy noise of Animal Collective. 168 more words

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SURF CITY - " One Too Many Things "

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New Zealand quartet Surf City have always sounded proudly aware of a well-honed strain of rock history, one that stretches from the Velvet Underground’s jangle through the homemade garage rock of their country’s most influential indie label, Flying Nun. 177 more words

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