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Harmonies that’ll shiver your timbers in the most wonderful way. (Essential listening for anyone with a Fleet Foxes fetish who’s heard them compared to Crosby, Stills and Nash but didn’t really know what that meant. Like, er, me. Don’t shoot.)
Found it where? In Bullion’s recent mix for FACT magazine
Ter-riff-ic punk rock that’s as danceable as anything from The Rapture while sounding as Aussie as anything by The Drones.
Buy: Rush to Relax, the album featuring this track, will be released on Feb 19. In the meantime, download the equally fantastic Primary Colours from emusic.
Also on repeat: (From Primary Colours) Inside Of Me, Having A Hard Time, Pitch A Tent
Like, a real one made out of paper called the Hindustan Times – no less! Feeling very warm and fuzzy (sitting on a shagpile Ikea rug in high summer).
Tame Impala – Desire Be Desire Go is the song the Hindustan Times journo liked so much he wrote about it (yeah, yeah old news to Triple J listeners).
So that means Hype Machine says ‘no’ but the Hindustan Times say ‘yes’. But respect to Hype Machine because they also say this which strikes a chord with this blogger: “if it doesn’t come bursting out of you/in spite of everything/don’t do it.
Download: Bullion – God Only Knows (Track) – MP3
Buy: This track is from Pet Sounds In The Key Of Dee which was released as a free mixtape - Bullion recommends you buy the original LP by the Beach Boys
Also on repeat: Say Goodbye To What You Want
What an anthem sounds like now (you’d be forgiven for thinking it was Animal Collective).
Download: Keepaway – Yellow Wings (Track) – MP3
Buy: Keepaway are unsigned so there’s nothing to buy just yet