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Track: Oxbow – 1000 Hours

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A post rock summit, confluence or collab, some might even toss in the supergroup label if they were feeling flippant. Whatever you want to call the artistic meeting of minds that is WE ARE WINTER’S BLUE AND RADIANT CHILDREN (or WAWBARC between friends) it offers up the enticing prospect of new collective music from Mat …

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Ah, Cowtown are back, and they’re strutting into the spotlight with their latest single, “Can’t Talk Now.” This track proves these Leeds scamps can handle the glitz and glam of attention just as deftly as they thrive on the frayed edges of music. Driven by angular guitars that could scuff any musical shoe, this art …

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Our favourite kings of agit pop, Art Brut, are back with exciting news for their devoted followers. The band has announced the upcoming release of a limited edition double compilation LP titled A Record Collection, Reduced To A Mixtape and a 5 CD box set titled And Yes, This Is My Singing Voice!, both set …

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6 years on from their last release, Pink Fit, The Kill Devil Hills have released a juggernaut of an album in Matango! For those who may be unaware of The Kill Devil Hills, they are a band from Western Australia who play what has often been referred to as acoustic folk-rock. However, while this fits …

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Avid Backseat Mafia explorers might remember this name (although it’s hard to forget) Be Kind Cadaver and their attention seizing EP from last July ‘Post Partum’ (re-check the review HERE ). A set that pulsated to an angsty industrial soundtrack with shoegaze shards and a leaning towards the cathartic chorus, these were songs that didn’t …

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Last night, the Factory Theatre was transported to another dimension as the British art rock sensation Django Django graced the stage. The quartet of David Maclean, Vincent Neff, Jimmy Dixon, and Tommy Grace brought their otherworldly sounds to Sydney, delivering an unforgettable experience that left the audience in awe. Django Django, a band with a …

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Nottingham’s Do Nothing roared into Dublin and mesmerised the local audience in Whelans with their brilliant art-rock. Ably supported by Big Sleep, it proved to be a brilliant night in Dublin for all involved. Check out the photos below.

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Six years after the release of their last studio album, ‘Thin Black Duke’, San Francisco art rock quartet Oxbow have unveiled their first new music since then. ‘1000 Hours’ is taken from the band’s forthcoming eighth album, ‘Love’s Holiday’. The song boasts backing vocals from Roger Joseph Manning Jr. of early 90s power pop quartet …

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On the last second last day of their support tour for album, Hominid, the psychedelic space-jazz collective Cone Of Confusion lived up to some lofty expectations by delivering a powerhouse instrumental set at Hobart’s Altar. Led by some majestic saxophone playing by Chris Blundell, mesmerizing keys from Jack Garzonio, intricate guitar work from Rémi Marchand, …

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