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Have a listen to our September mixtape HERE, with upcoming tracks by Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, David West, recent releases from Alex Cameron, The Dream Syndicate etc, and a curveball (naturally)

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2015, Courtney Barnett, Essex, Fraser A Gorman, free, in-store, live, Marathon, Milk, South, Southend -

Fraser A. Gorman plays live at South, off the back of touring with label-matecourtney barnett and heading off to The Great Escape Festival. Wednesday 6th May, 1.30pm, free entry Facebook Event Page Listen here - his violent shock of vertical curls, three-piece suit and excitable roguish charm, Fraser A Gorman cuts a striking figure. Similarly, the music the 23-year-old Melbourne-based singer-songwriter makes stands out amidst any scene or sound.Fraser was born in Torquay, a suburban outpost of Geelong, the large coastal city an hour’s drive from his relocated Melbourne digs. The high-school year below his pal Stu Moore from...

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Albums, Best of 2014, Calypso, Chain & The Gang, Cherry Ghost, clipping, Courtney Barnett, Essex, Fresh & Onlys, Gil Scott-Heron, Greg Gives Peter Space, Linda Perhacs, Lone, Luke Abbott, Mark Mcguire, Ought, Parquet Courts, Protomartyr, Pure X, record shop, So Far, Soul Jazz, South, Southend, The Amazing Snakeheads, The Clientele, Woods, Young Fathers -

So like clockwork as June comes to a close everywhere will be pushing their best of the year (so far) lists on you.  And we're no different! Our list isn't as long and exhaustive as some, because let's face it, nobody can be bothered to trawl through lists in the hundreds.  So without further ado, here's what's been tickling our fancy so far in 2014. (In no particular order) Ought - More Than Any Other Day Debut album from one of Montreal’s most talked-about indie-rock bands. New studio recordings supplant the band’s 2012 Bandcamp release, one of Weird Canada’s “Albums...

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