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Video Premiere: INTRODUCTION – ‘INTRODUCTION’

Words: James Frostick
Band image: Capital Waste Pictures

Just over a month ago, Adelaide/Tarndanya trio Introduction released their debut self-titled EP – a collection of six beautifully minimal synth-pop -meets-post-punk gems. Today we’re thrilled to be premiering the visuals for standout track ‘Introduction’, a suitably mellow and hypnotic statement of intent that perfectly encapsulates the band’s understated power. 

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Premiere: FAIR MAIDEN – ‘COAL’

It’s our sincerest pleasure to premiere the newest track from Adelaide’s Fair Maiden. ‘Coal’ is the name of the captivating track, which is featuring on the band’s forthcoming split 7″, released through Poison City Records this month. Boasting undeniable smoothness, ‘Coal’ pairs Fair Maiden’s signature elegance with exasperation.

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In Review: OLD MATE – IT IS WHAT IT IS (SDZ RECORDS, 2014)

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It’s another great piece of down in the dumps, black and blue rock. Australiana meets Americana. Songs soaked in box wine and cheap beer, set decrepit neighbourhoods and between shitty relationships. There is a rhythm here that moves, a rhythm that one must keep when moving through life to avoid being left behind. 

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