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The Cogent Sea
by Slow Dancing Society


What’s Your Utopia?

by perth


The Wooden Heart
by Kramies


Under Songs
by DrAlienSmith


Latest News

New Kyle Hughes-Odgers Video Featuring Markus Mehr Soundtrack

Chad Peacock has again made fantastic documentation of yet another brilliant new work by Perth artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers, “A Thousand Lights”, which is installed at the Perth International Airport. The video once again features the sonic talents of Markus...

Slow Dancing Society in Echoes Top 25 and CJAM top 30!

Yet  another Slow Dancing Society album has found itself in the Echoes Top 25. The Cogent Sea has been getting heavy rotation on Echoes and the more than 130 stations the show is re-broadcast on. The album is also getting healthy spins at CJAM (Canada) where’s...

Brother Earth at Backseat Mafia

More review love for Brother Earth‘s first single from their forthcoming album Positive Haywires. ‘Out Like a Lion’ just received a wonderful write up at the very cool Backseat Mafia blog. Here’s a taste, “It’s this slightly eerie,...

Slow Dancing Society at Luna Kafe

Slow Dancing Society‘s sixth album, The Cogent Sea, continues to receive deserved love. Our friends at Luna Kafe have posted a beautiful write of the album in their latest edition. Check out a taste below and read the full review here. “Captain Sullivan...

Brother Earth Reviewed at The Underground of Happiness

The lovely Conor O’Toole at The Underground of Happiness has just posted a delicious review of the Brother Earth single ‘Out Like a Lion‘. Check out a tasty grab below and read the whole thing here. “Like Elliot Smith at his best, this tune is...

Brother Earth ‘City of Gold’ – Stream + Download

‘City of Gold’ is the second single taken from Brother Earth‘s brilliant forthcoming album Positive Haywires (16th Sept 2014) through Hidden Shoal. If their first single ‘Out Like A Lion‘ saw Brother Earth creeping around in the darkness weaving...

Featured Videos

Kramies (feat. Jason Lytle) – ‘Clocks Were All Broken’

In the new video for Kramies‘ gorgeous track ‘Clocks Were All Broken’   which features the instrumental and production talents of Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) the song’s theme of time standing still is rendered visually by experimental film-maker...