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TUC – 4×5 83×2
TUC – 4×5 83×2
Decompress for the evening with this ethereal and hypnotically rippling new techno track from Melbourne's TUC, complete with some incredibly soothing accompanying visuals. The dream-like "4x5 83x2" is out now on 12" via Salt Mines. Thanks to Kieran for the heads up:
Caroline No – why are you there
Caroline No – why are you there
Taken from Melbourne group Caroline No's limited No Language cassette, a lovely collection of dreamily languid, vaguely psychedelic, and loose, often improvised bedroom pop gems that reveal themselves more with each listen. Recorded with a handheld recorder, and out now "on a hot green cassette in a hot pink case, extra special put together to be beautiful." The group apparently has anot
Abelard – I’m OK For Now
Abelard – I’m OK For Now
Australian producer Abelard drops two bright and super smooth new "adult-contemporary glitterfunk jams": stream "I'm OK For Now" (which features a sample from the Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis-produced '80s jam "Change of Heart") + "Who Are You in Reality?" below, and pay whatever you'd like for them here.
premiere: listen to Hazel English’s dreamily wistful “Fix”
premiere: listen to Hazel English’s dreamily wistful “Fix”
The first two songs we heard from Oakland-via-Australia songwriter Hazel English were modest, shimmery indie-pop gems that felt tailor-made for breezy days spent at the beach, daydreaming your way through the dog days of summer. But it's all about perspective, because now that summer's faded and gone, English's wistful, sepia-toned new single "Fix" — the achingly gorgeous opening track
Movement – Ivory
Movement – Ivory
Sydney's Movement drops what is probably their best song yet (although "Like Lust" continues to creep on us in the best way) in the spectral/sexy new track "Ivory". An almost ominous, Holy Other-esque vibe to this one, aside from the shredding there at the end...

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