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 Lee Adcock

Animal Daydream – Easy Pleasures EP (Jigsaw)

Animal Daydream – Easy Pleasures EP (Jigsaw)

You realize what a lucky bastard you are, don’t you? Well, you should. Exclusive EP streams normally aren’t our bag. I had a nice intro written here. Something about the golden days of American radio, how that was half a lifetime ago for me, how radical even James Taylor sounded to a kid who listened […]

 Lee Adcock

Mosman Alder – Humdrum Star (Dew Process)

Mosman Alder – Humdrum Star (Dew Process)

The whole music scene thing, it’s all a façade, really, said my landlord one morning, or something like that. He always says things like that whenever we meet in the kitchen. You know, that the government fabricated the war on drugs (the real one, not the band), that the students coming up seem dumber and […]

 Everett True

Song of the day – 612: Ballet School

Song of the day – 612: Ballet School

I like the place Ballet School has taken this music to. A new ground for exploration. More new treasure maps and cornicing. A new fecundity.

 Carmen Juarez

Mackin’ on Valentine’s | A Valentine’s Day tale

I want to be with you everywhere

 collapseboard

Letters from Rosie 8 – Best Coast and that Fleetwood Mac cover


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Best Coast’s cover of ‘Rhiannon’ flung me into a sort of crisis the other day. When I heard it, I felt like crying. I felt really bad.

 Brigette

Just Like Everyday Life – Examples of Men and Women Creating Beautiful Music Together

The B-52’s music is truly collaborative — brothers, sisters, gay, straight and best friends. How could they be anything else besides fantastic?

 Bianca Valentino

Catcall – The Collapse Board Interview

by Bianca Valentino Catcall is the latest musical project from Sydney-based musician Catherine Kelleher. Kelleher first performed as frontwoman for Australian DIY punk band Kiosk in the early 00s. Upon returning home from a 2006 Kiosk US tour Kelleher had a life changing moment (which she talks about here) and after much soul searching decided […]