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Thursday 31 July 2014
Music

ep review: bloom, the morning birds

Marissa Paine
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The Morning Birds  ‘Bloom’ isn’t an album you sing along to, or even one you put on when you’re getting ready to go out for the night. It is, however, sonically compelling. ‘Bloom’ is a concept album, brought to life not just by the Californian trio, but by noted DJs from around the world. I’ve…
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Thursday 18 April 2013
Music

interview and EP review: munro melano

Rhiannon Tuffield
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Munro Melano’s debut EP Running Round is short and sweet – but it’s the kind of short and sweet that leaves you hungry for more and a little dissatisfied that the three-track EP wasn’t a full-length album instead.  Although it’s a quick listen, Running Round does not disappoint. With a slow, steady drum intro and…
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Wednesday 5 September 2012
Music

ep review: the dunes, between midnight and dawn

Stephen Benko-Nehme
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To admit to a certain degree of bias at the outset of a review is the honourable course of action, correct? With that in mind, I’ve enjoyed a very contented relationship with dream pop since first hearing Mazzy Star’s ‘Fade Into You’ (1994), This Mortal Coil’s cover of Tim Buckley’s ‘Song to the Siren’ (1983)…
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Friday 1 June 2012
Music

ep review: lisa mitchell, spiritus

Stephen Benko-Nehme
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Three years on from a platinum-selling debut album which attained top ten status here in Australia, Lisa Mitchell has returned with her third EP, Spiritus. The five tracks that comprise this release are all very brief – the EP in its entirety drifts by in what feels like moments. But despite its brevity there are…
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Monday 14 May 2012
Music

ep review: eliza hull, dawn

Stephen Benko-Nehme
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The debut EP from Melbourne’s Eliza Hull is precisely certain of what it is and what it should sound like. Dawn rarely deviates from its intent, but why should it? As a work crafted over three years from an artist new to solo musicianship, it’s a strong message. A love note of sorts; to tenderness,…
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