Bek Moore

Lost in The Void – An Introduction

Lost in The Void – An Introduction

I’m not going to concentrate on the next big thing or yesterday’s heroes that are doing their fourth comeback tour, so if that’s what you’re into this isn’t the column for you.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 451: Julia Holter

Sure. Julia Holter does sound softened, magical, intimate. Beauty is saddened.


In Photos: Frankly! It’s A Pop Festival @ Brisbane Powerhouse, 10.09.2011

By Justin Edwards

 Scott Creney

Chihei Hatakeyama – Mirror (Room 40)

Dr. Doolittle wanted to talk to the animals, but Chihei Hatakeyama has his ear against the plankton.

 Everett True

Frankly, It’s A Pop Festival! 2011 (free album download)

Here’s a free nine-track digital download compilation


A Young Person’s Guide To Hustling In Music and The Arts

Freelancing is about peaks and troughs and not everyone’s wave cycle is at the same frequency.

 Everett True

free stuff from those lovely folk at Room 40

FORTY FUCKING TRACKS!! THAT’S THREE ENTIRE FUCKING HOURS OF FREE MUSIC?! Xiu Xiu, Tojiko Noriko, Tenniscoats, Leighton Craig, I8U, Glim and the gang.

 Everett True

It’s Thursday

Delicate, flowering, piano pop miniatures and vibes instrumentals like you’re stuck within a particularly fine Michael Nyman soundtrack

 Everett True

Song of the day – 285: Speaker Wrath

Local recommendation this time. Always nice. Two reasons. First, because of this comment from Matt O’Neill: I think we’ve long past the point of accessible exposure and network avalanches. In fact, I’d say the ease of accessing exposure over the past few years has led to it being almost more inaccessible than it ever has been. […]

 Everett True

Song of the day – 18: Papa Topo

This song chanced onto my iTunes a short while ago, and it made me happy, it made me glad for randomness in life, and reminded me of Room 40‘s excellent Add N To Friends compilation and other such sweet treats. I know very little about Papa Topo except that 1) this song appears on the rightly […]