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  • 12:15pm MP3: Hermitude – “Get In My Life”
    Hermitude

    Hermitude’s new single, “Get In My Life”, is something like the long lost collaboration between John Carpenter and Dr. Dre. Grab the mp3 and catch the Elefant Traks favourites at their shows in December.


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15 NOVEMBER 2010
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  • 1:45pm MP3: Ghoul – “3Mark”
    Ghoul

    Sydney’s Ghoul are back with the dark, menacing and dubstep-infused, “3Mark”. Ivan Vizintin’s extraordinary croon looms above the surface – sharper and more unnerving than ever.


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15 SEPTEMBER 2010
  • 6:23pm Giveaway: Win Tickets to Bridezilla at ‘Double Dragon II’ in Sydney!
    Bridezilla

    The Oxford Art Factory will showcase the best of Sydney’s underground music scene this 1st October, with their eagerly anticipated ‘Double Dragon II’ event. Headlined by Inertia’s own folk-noir darlings, Bridezilla, the night will also feature sixteen other bands! We’ve got five double passes to giveaway. Find out how to enter here (it’s easy, we promise!)


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13 SEPTEMBER 2010
  • 9:37am MP3: Kyu – “Pixiphony”
    Kyu

    Do Sydney’s kyü sound more like the primitive past or the encroaching future? Are they ‘Quest For Fire’, or the dawning of the apocalypse? Or do they just represent this very moment in intricate, thought-provoking, experimental music? Listen to this raw, primal, free mp3 of “Pixiphony”.


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19 JULY 2010
  • 12:00pm Guest Blog: PVT introducing… Ghoul
    PVT / Ghoul

    Welcome to “Introducing…”: a brand new, regular segment, where established indie artists offer tips on their favourite up-and-coming bands. This week, PVT’s Laurence Pike guest-blogs about fellow Sydney’s own, Ghoul: “fiercely melodic, inventive and accessible, maintaining a focus worthy of repeated listening.”


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1 JULY 2010
  • 11:00am Tour News: PVT Tour Support to include Seekae, Ghoul, & Comic Sans!
    PVT

    PVT (formerly known as Pivot) will stage a national tour of Australia in August, to coincide with the release of their new album ‘Church With No Magic’, which will hit shelves 16 July. On top of this, they have announced the supporting acts for each city; reading like a who’s who of Australia’s up-and-coming indie and experimental acts!


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