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Glitch-trip hop artist Machinedrum will be releasing his sophomore album ‘Vapor City’ on 27th September. In the mean time we’ve got the official video for the single “Gunshotta”, which follows a day in the life of a group of feral teens living on Gunshotta Ave.
On May 27th the first ever listening of the new Boards of Canada album ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ took place in the middle of the Californian desert.
Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, today announced his return to his adopted homeland for a run of capital city dates in December 2013, culminating what has been a ground breaking year for the acoustic folk troubadour which included sold out tours in the UK, Europe and USA, 1.5 million single sales, 350,000 album sales so far and of course a whole lot of busking.
Melbourne outfit Big Scary will release their second album, ‘Not Art’, the follow-up to 2011’s critically acclaimed debut LP ‘Vacation’, on Friday 28 June 2013.
Pet Shop Boys return in triumphant form with their new studio album ‘Electric’, the first to appear on their own label x2 (via Kobalt Label Services).
When powerhouse Vancouver duo Japandroids were snapping necks at Laneway Festival during their inaugural Australian visit earlier this year, they continually preached from stage how much they loved being here and vowed that they would come back soon for some more intimate performances. Now the band have announced that they’re coming back this August and September.
Brooklyn unites as TEEN link up with Ben Greenberg of the Men for “Prisoners”.
UK indie trio The xx have quickly become one of the most in demand acts on the planet, and they’re bringing their incredibly atmospheric and captivating live show back to Australia this April. New shows have been added to both Sydney and Melbourne, as the first dates sold out in fifteen minutes.
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds have announced today they will bring their renowned live show to Australia in February and March 2013. With it they will bring music from right across their fifteen studio albums including the rich inquisitiveness of their beautiful new long player ‘Push The Sky Away’ (released Feb 15 2013).
‘Push the Sky Away’, the fifteenth studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be released on February 15th on Kobalt via Inertia.
Brooklyn prom rockers Dum Dum Girls recently spoke with and performed “Season In Hell” for Pitcfork.tv.
The original TEEN is pretty damn good, right? Couldn’t get any better, right? WRONG.