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Indigo and the Bear are a Melbourne trio who play some nice, gentle folk-pop. Consisting of acoustic guitar, piano, violin and vocals, they’re dreamy and relaxing to listen to.  And even better their upcoming EP Sorrow Down is available for free download from their website.

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Brisbane 5 piece Epithets (led by Nick Smethurst who as played with other Brisbanites Mr Maps, Lion Island and Little Scout) have just released their new single ‘Blacklisted’, from their upcoming album that will be released later this year. You can download it for free at the moment from Bandcamp. A bit rockier and more guitar driven than some of their previous material. They’re labelled as ‘post punk’ that’s a pretty loose generalisation, if I had to compare I’d pick closer along the lines of Deathcab for Cutie.

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Adelaide quartet Leader Cheetah are back with a new single ‘Crawling up a Landslide’, available for free download from the site until the 19th. Head on over and check it out!

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I’m hoping that most of you have this already, but if you missed out on the announcement, you can download Ball Park Music’s latest single ‘Sad Rude Future Dude’ for FREE from the Mucho Bravado Bandcamp site. If you’ve seen these guys play at all, I’m sure you would recognise this catchy as hell song, and for the uninitiated I’m sure you’ll love it too.

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Firstly, apologies for being slack over the past week or so. I promise things will pick up along here. Secondly, if you haven’t already heard, the Basics are back! They’ve just released a new album, and it’s available for FREE DOWNLOAD. It’s called /ðə’bæzɪtʃ/, which apparently makes it a self titled album, depicting the pronunciation of the band’s name. It was recorded at the Northcote Social Club and has a string of guest performers as well. ‘Better’ is the first video to come from the performance.

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Who are they? Steering by Stars

Where are they from? Adelaide

What do they play? post rock, ambient

You’ll like them if you like: Explosions in the Sky

Steering by Stars are a lot more than just ambient soundscapes. I’m sure everyone will find their own mostly instrumental post rock band to compare these guys to, but like every other post rock band out there Steering by Stars have their own little bits and pieces that set them apart and make them special. Every now and then they’ll use vocals, and sometimes there will be extended almost classical style piano playing. Gorgeous.

Free MP3s:

Steering by Stars – Closer

Steering by Stars – Ether

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There’s not much better than free music, and if there is one thing that’s better it would have to be free local music. And local record label Mucho Bravado have released a Winter Sampler of some of their finest tunes. It’s got some of the standard singles, but also new music from Timothy Carroll, music from My Own Pet Radio which is the side project of Sam Cromack from Ball Park Music and also one of the latest additions to the MB team – Bonfire Nights. Click here to get your free download.

Track Listing:

  1. Ball Park Music – ‘iFly’
  2. The Boat People ‘Soporific’
  3. Dan Parsons – ‘Firestarter’
  4. Hungry Kids of Hungary – ‘Wristwatch’
  5. Drawn From Bees – ‘Stand Against the Storm’
  6. Tara Simmons – ‘I Cannot Be Saved’
  7. My Own Pet Radio – ‘Altamont Speedway’
  8. Bonfire Nights – ‘Own Worst Enemy’
  9. Rocketsmiths – ‘Underground’
  10. Charlie Mayfair – ‘If I Fell Down’
  11. The Medics – ‘Her Song
  12. Timothy Carroll – ‘The Deepest Dive’

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