Monthly Archives: November 2015

SONG OF THE DAY Bert Jansch – The Mountain Streams

With a musical career spanning over several decades it’s great to discover that even 30 years down the line Bert Jansch’s music was every bit as fantastic in 1990 as it was back in the mid 60’s when he first … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Jimi Hendrix – Somewhere

“And up in the clouds I can imagine UFOs jumpin’ themselves, Laughin’ they sayin’, Those people so uptight, they sure know how to make a mess”…. You know it Jimi, I’m pretty sure you are right in thinking that those … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Marcus Marr & Chet Faker – Birthday Card

It’s all about transition for Melbourne’s Chet Faker as he enters into new musical realms, taking a step back from electronica and moving towards a far more organic, performance based sound.  His second album is now in the process of … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Beach For Tiger – Coco

Looking out of my window into the fields beyond, all is looking rather grey, the clouds are gathering once more in their dark formations as rain fast approaches; what could possibly save me from the gloom?  Well, I shall despair … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Tricky – Driving Away

  Producer-vocalist and Trip Hop pioneer Tricky has just announced the release date of the self-titled debut by Skilled Mechanics, a project that joins the Bristol legend with DJ Milo, Luke Harris and a handful of vocal collaborators. This is … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Clean Slate

Going by the rather lengthy name of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (or Rolling Blackouts C.F if you fancy a less tongue-twisting version), this rowdy rabble emerged from Melbourne, Australia in 2014 after a cold pizza and random bedroom jam session brought … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Twin Caverns – The Crown

Sydney duo Twin Caverns (Louise Millar & Michael Macias) have just released their brand new and rather delectable single,’The Crown.’ With their effortless ability to create weightless soundscapes, listening to their music is like stepping into a daydream where, if … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The James Hunter Six – (Baby) Hold On

It’s always nice to have a boogie if the mood and music takes you, and today’s track certainly took me; before I knew what I was doing, I was up and dancing about in my kitchen, I love it! James … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Alohaha – Nausea

Another lazy Sunday falls upon me and once again I find myself stumbling into the smooth, embracing arms of Alohaha.  With new single ‘Nausea’ now available on Soundcloud, this second offering follows hotly in the footsteps of first single ‘Welcome … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Cactus Channel – Budokan

  For this 10-piece Melbourn funk-soul outfit, music was to be their ultimate goal right from the onset.  Leaving high school and going straight into music, The Cactus Channel were not only making music by the time they were 17, … Continue reading

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