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Major Leagues News

Major Leagues signs to Popfrenzy and releases new single 'Someone Sometime'

Brisbane poppers, Major Leagues are joining the Popfrenzy clan ahead of their new single 'Someone Sometime' and an upcoming tour this weekend. Their music flits between bobby sounds of endless summers and carefree teenage frivolity, with more somber dejected heartbreak seamlessly. Best for fans of throwback hazy sounds created by the likes of Pavement, Yuck and Best Coast.

With lo-fi ideals finished with a quick buff and polish, Major Leagues' sound is a rendered old photograph rather than an Instagram photo with a hasty filter wacked on - delightfully nostalgic rather than a unrefined imitation of a widely recreated genre.

We fell in love with these rascals after they released their last EP, Weird Summer in 2013. Worth the wait follows the sophmore EP, Someone Somewhere created with assistance from Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Jacob Portrait and Bored Nothing's Miro Mackie.

Click on to find their tour dates this July!

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8th July, 2015 : Posted by Admin



We're chuffed to be touring one of the most beloved indie bands in the last thirty years, Luna this September. Seventeen years after their only Australian tour and eleven years since they broke up, they return to our shores with shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Check our Presents page for all the details!

Tickets on sale Tuesday June 30th!

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25th June, 2015 : Posted by Admin



'Wire' is out now! The new album comprise of material that has featured in the band's most recent live shows, as well as songs that frontman Colin Newman introduced to the group just prior to recording. Expect an Australian visit soon!!

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1st June, 2015 : Posted by Admin

Alyx Dennison News

Alyx Dennison's new video!

Space age love and extra glittery goo feature in Alyx Dennison's new video for the superb "Jewels Are Just Lumps". Her debut album is out now don't forget!

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3rd April, 2015 : Posted by Admin

Alyx Dennison News

Alyx Dennison S/T out now!!

Out now is the debut album from Alyx Dennison.

The Melbourne singer cut her teeth (and gained a ridiculously high level of praise) with kyü. Branching out on her own Alyx Dennison is an evocative cluster of avant-garde sounds. Get it now from our online store, Bandcamp or iTunes!

"Marked by regrets that tend to the cessation of love's embrace and images of otherworldly journeys, Alyx Dennison's self-titled album eschews the immediacy of hooks for the slow embrace of texture and a through-the-looking-glass worldview that stretches to the epic on the nine-minute closing track Desiring Machine. The steady percussion of I Don't Love You Anymore is the foundation for darting vocals, but the eruptions here – with the exception of the striking Boat – are tender and distilled." Sydney Morning Herald

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28th March, 2015 : Posted by Admin

Surf City News

Surf City return with a new album!

New Zealand psychgazers Surf City return with an album of sticky summer jams and fuzzy swirls and out and out dream pop blasts.

Harnessing the explorations of 2013's We Knew It Was Not Going To Be Like This into more focused packages, the group still delivers reverb-soaked joy at every turn. Adding in a return to their earlier efforts in crafting the perfect jittery motorik pop song, Jekyll Island finds the band at the height of their powers.

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13th March, 2015 : Posted by Admin

Hinds (formerly known as Deers) News

Hinds (formerly Deers) this February!!!

Happy new year everyone! And what a great way to kick start 2015 with a wonderful tour announcement!

We’re very excited to be bringing Hinds (formerly Deers) to Australia for a handful of shows next month! The young Spanish four-piece play ramshackle surf pop fuelled by partying, cheating boyfriends and impish mischief.

Read further for dates and the rest!!

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7th January, 2015 : Posted by Admin

Slow Club News

Slow Club Cancel January Australia Commitments Due To Illness

Slow Club regret to announce that they have had to pull all commitments for January 2015, due to illness. They recently had to cancel December UK appearances and were hoping things would improve leading up to Christmas and New Years. Unfortunately, it remains a worry and doctors have informed them not to travel.

The band are terribly sorry to let down their fans and team working on this, they were looking forward to returning to see everybody. They hope to be back in action as soon as possible and will reschedule once life returns to normal.

Ticket holders will be refunded from their point of purchase.

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24th December, 2014 : Posted by Admin