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Oh, how we love an acoustic set. The fizzle and crack of an amp can never beat the intimate sentimentality of an unplugged band - especially when they're playing in a lounge room strewn with fairy lights.
Opossoms are furry little critters that are both cute and adorably odd at the same time. So it's no surprise that the debut album by Auckland outfit Opossom fits that description pretty nicely.
Can you believe that this is only Ladyhawke's second album? It feels like we've been watching Pip Brown spread her wings and soar into the sky for many more years than what her discography shows.
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes have a new album out, and you can listen to it for free exclusively right here.
What do you feel like listening to today? How about the Australian exclusive stream of Regina Spektor's new album? Huzzah!
We interview Yunyu about how not all fairytales have happy endings, but they do make good film clips.
If Bjork had worn an Australian native bird as a dress instead of a swan, and had broken out into song on the red carpet, perhaps she would have sounded like Ginger & The Ghost.
We would like to introduce to you a little band called Buckley Ward.
There are a few things that go with dreary, drizzly weather: cups of ginger and rosemary tea, the woolly embrace of our ugg boots, and The Maple Trail humming quietly in the background.
There are a lot of rad people with three names. Following in the 'artistic folk with a trio moniker' tradition, Kate Miller-Heidke will not let you down.
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