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LISTEN: Chvrches ‘Lies’ (Tourist Remix)

A recipe for weary bones and tired eyes, for a lush, transformative journey into a weightless ambience… Take the original thick and syrupy electro-pop of CHVRCHES powerful ‘Lies’, strip it of the hardball synth and gritty drum and bass and enter the chill-out treatment of London-based mixmaster TOURIST.


CANT SAY LIVE MIX: Savage Skulls (Mad Decent) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Last Friday, the crowds at CANT SAY were wooed and whipped into a frenzy by Swedish house producers SAVAGE SKULLS.


LISTEN: James Blake ‘Retrograde’ (Mokhov Trip Hop Remix)

MOKHOV adds a juicy trip hop flavour to London producer JAMES BLAKE‘s new single ‘Retrograde’ – and it works very, very well.


LISTEN: Moullinex ‘Darkest Night’

Tribal rhythms and retro synth feature on the latest track from MOULLINEX.


LISTEN: Cashmere Cat ‘Aurora’

Dark electro with a cow bell – this is the new track from CASHMERE CAT ‘Aurora’.


LISTEN: Phoenix ‘Entertainment’

Euphoric sounds from French indie-rock band PHOENIX are certainly enough to whet fans appetites in anticipation of the April release of their new album.


WATCH: The Weeknd ‘Twenty Eight’ (Official Video)

WARNING: This video contains boobs.


WATCH: Rhye ‘Open’ (Official Video)

The sound of RHYE‘s latest single ‘Open’ is as smooth as a baby’s bottom, with flute, violins and gleaming vocals.


WATCH: The Rubens ‘Lay It Down’ (Official Video)

An Australian A-list actress, four soaking wet musicians and one sexy song.


TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT: Last Dinosaurs & Friends ‘First Degree Tour’

Brisbane’s LAST DINOSAURS are kicking off a national tour of universities, and joining them are the likes of NAYSAYER & GILSUN, TWINSY, STRANGE TALK and THE GRISWOLDS.


TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT: The Postal Service Confirm First Headline Shows In 10 Years

Ben Gibbard, of DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE fame, and Jimmy Tamborello – otherwise known as THE POSTAL SERVICE and for the much-loved ‘Such Great Heights’ – have officially announced their first headline shows in almost 10 years.


REVIEW: Yo La Tengo ‘Fade’ LP

The press release proclaims that YO LA TENGO‘s latest LP “is a tapestry of fine melody and elegant noise, rhythmic shadow play and shy-eyed orchestral beauty”.