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This is what music should be about - Gig Review: Gang of Youths @ Frankie's Pizza

Gang of Youths have all the makings of a memorable band: they’ve got great personality, discipline and friendship, but most of all they play straight up music with heart. 301 more words

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The Kooks

I discovered The Kooks a while back, right before they released their 2011 album Junk of the Heart. Naturally I spent days catching up on what I had been missing. 110 more words

Give Me Mercer

This song popped up on my shuffle playlist today and I had to share it with you all. To be honest, I hadn’t listened to The Shins in a while. 115 more words

Song of the Week - Benevolence Riots by Gang of Youths

Today’s Song of the Week may be an oldie (sorta), but it’s most certainly a goodie. This track from Sydney group Gang of Youths draws on a number of indie rock influences from the past decade and delivers an up-to-date yet nostalgic sound. 107 more words

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2014 album of the year: To Be Kind- Swans

My personal album of the year award for 2014 goes to Swans’ To Be kind. It’s blown everything I’ve heard in the past year right out of the water! 158 more words

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Eyes On the Elbows’ debut album Decay is far from a state of festering decomposition, since on every track you see colors dancing in a sometimes fury escape of wild emotions, to a slow disappearance of a strange moss that is plantae. 1,014 more words


Iceage-Plowing Into the Field of Love

If ever there were a nervous breakdown caught on record, it could undoubtedly be found on Plowing Into the Field of Love. Gasping, chaotic and infinitely more ambitious than the two previous Iceage albums, this one sees the young Danish band pushing out of their dense two and a half minute comfort zone. 145 more words