• 10:54am MP3: Boom Bip – “Manabozh (feat. Money Mark)”
    Boom Bip

    Electronic dynamo, Boom Bip, teams up with Beastie Boys’ Money Mark on “Manabozh”. Download it ahead of his new album, ‘Manabozh’, which also features Luke Steele and members of Bon Iver and Franz Ferdinand!

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  • 10:36am Tour: Bon Iver heads to Australia in March 2012!

    Bon Iver returns to Australian shores in March 2012 to play iconic venues, incliding the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Thebarton Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Red Hill Auditorium, Meredith Supernatural Ampitheatre and Tivoli Theatre!

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  • 10:18am Bon Iver

    Bryan Charles Hollon (a.k.a Boom Bip) is an experimental electronic/hip hop artist out of Cincinnati, Ohio and one half of the Neon Neon duo. The new album ‘Zig Zaj‘ in addition to featuring Money Mark (Beastie Boys) on “Manabozh”, totes some pretty kick-ass stars with Alex Kapranos (Franz Ferdinand), Luke Steele (Empire of the Sun) [...]

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  • 4:49pm MP3: Memoryhouse – “Quiet America”

    With Memoryhouse’s ‘The Years’ EP out now on Sub Pop, the duo are giving away the beautiful “Quiet America”. The track fully evelopes the raw emotion of a band starting out.

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  • 4:42pm MP3: Jack Carty – “Them There Hills”

    Sydney’s Jack Carty is giving away his ballad, “Them There Hills”, to accent his Cafe Tour happening right now. The track itself tells a sweet story of an easier life, of growing old and the selflessness of living on the land.

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  • 1:05pm MP3: Nick Huggins – “Iceberg”
    Nick Huggins

    From his homemade electronic samples and frank vocals it’s hard not to be captivated by the one man symphony that is Melbourne’s Nick Huggins. Download “Iceberg”, from his new record on Two Bright Lakes.

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  • 12:59pm MP3: Gauntlet Hair – “Keep Time”

    Plutonic male duo, Gauntlet Hair, are akin to Animal Collective on Ritalin. The cut, “Keep Time”, has its loudness arranged impeccably. Download it ahead of their self-titled album in October.

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