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ZEN MANTRA SHARES EERIE NEW VIDEO FOR "REMEMBER YOU AT ALL"

ZEN MANTRA SHARES EERIE NEW VIDEO FOR "REMEMBER YOU AT ALL"

Zen Mantra has shared the eerie visual for their latest single, "Remember You At All", taken from the recently released self-titled LP. Directed by Ben Dodd, Frances Carter, Sam Perry, & Lily McRae, the track was also reinterpreted on Yumi Zouma's debut LP, Yoncalla, but originally written as a Zen Mantra song.  About the video, Perry says: "I kept thinking: "if Sergio Leone and Carpenter had come together to shoot some bratty indie rock bands video, that's what I'd want it to look like, some young band cast in a low budget spaghetti western horror." I'd just watched The Fog for maybe the fourth time -...

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THE CHILLS - KALEIDOSCOPE WORLD REISSUE ANNOUNCED

THE CHILLS - KALEIDOSCOPE WORLD REISSUE ANNOUNCED

  The Chills - 'Kaleidoscope World' is set to be reissued on expanded 2xLP Vinyl & CD set on August 19. Kaleidoscope World is not just the starting point for The Chills, but an insight into the world of New Zealand guitar-pop and the ‘Dunedin Sound’ – an influence which carries on to indie-pop bands around the world today. Originally released in 1986, the compilation captures the best of the magical early period recordings of The Chills and simply oozes excitement and possibility. While, the new reissue will be on a deluxe 2xLP and CD set, and will feature six...

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avoid!avoid FLYBUSSEN VIDEO

avoid!avoid FLYBUSSEN VIDEO

Who likes Norway? We all do right? It's a country that can make  the drive to the airport look quite fascinating. If you combine that with the latest excellentavoid!avoid 'single' Flybussin, then you have a winner of an experience. Enjoy the ride and if you haven't already,  pick up a copy of their album Particle & Wave on your way through. 

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NEW GHOST WAVE ALBUM 'RADIO NORFOLK'

NEW GHOST WAVE ALBUM 'RADIO NORFOLK'

New Zealand’s Ghost Wave return with their sophomore album Radio Norfolk.  Following on from 2013’s Ages the latest album sees the duo explore deeper into their psychedelic sound, while adding a more electronic focus to their sunny warped songs.

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