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New Music Video: Wagons "Why Do You Always Cry" (2014)

Wagons are back at last with their new record Acid Rain and Sugar Cane. Single "Why Do You Always Cry" is perhaps their most powerful song yet, spiralling down an emotional drain that is equal parts Lee Hazlewood and Nick Cave. The video - which has frontman Henry Wagons filming the band himself - captures the seasick feeling of the song perfectly.

the AU sessions: Holidays on Ice (Angie Hart and Dean Manning) perform "Broken" on the Hammond Organ!

the AU review presents Holidays on Ice (Angie Hart and Dean Manning) performing their track "Broken" LIVE and exclusive on the Hammond Organ for the AU as part of their sessions series. The track come off her latest record The Luxury of Wasted Space, which is available now.

New Music Video: Milan "Promises" (2014)

Sydney soul artist Milan, fresh off being titled "the next big thing" by Sydney Morning Herald, has just released a video for her new single "Promises" taken from her debut EP Glassy Eyes.

New Music Video: The Aves "See My Friends" (2014)

Adelaide indie garage band The Aves have released their new live music clip for "See My Friends":

the AU sessions: Sally Seltmann performs "The Small Hotel"

the AU review presents Sally Seltmann performing her track "The Small Hotel" LIVE, acoustic and exclusive for the AU as part of their our series. The track come off her latest record Hey Daydreamer, which is in stores now.

New Music Video: Papa Vs Pretty "Million Different Ways" (2014)

Currently on tour with Ball Park Music, Papa vs Pretty have released a brand new music clip for single "Million Different Ways", taken off their album White Deer Park, which is available now. Check it out here:

Top 5 Tracks from Stav and Jamie from Bluejuice (Sydney)

Ahead of their free performance on Thursday night at The Rock Lily in Sydney, Stav and Jamie from Bluejuice share with us their five favourite tracks. Stay tuned to our Instagram Feed on Thursday, too, as the band will be taking over our account! This will not end well.

Live at SXSW: Fuel Fandango (Spain)

Get a taste of Fuel Fandango, a Spanish band we discovered at SXSW last month, in this brief clip of them finishing up their set at the Sounds of Spain party.

New Music Video: Hudson & Troop "Frameless" (2014)

"Frameless" is the latest offering from Melbourne’s Hudson & Troop is equally dark and brooding as ecstatically uplifting. The music video is directed by Darcy Prendergast and Andrew Goldsmith.

the AU sessions: Seth Lakeman performs "Portrait of My Wife" solo on the fiddle!

the AU review presents UK artist Seth Lakeman performing the track "Portrait of My Wife" - LIVE, exclusive and acoustic on the fiddle - in Australia for Byron Bay Bluesfest 2014 and a run of East Coast dates. The song comes of Seth's new record Word of Mouth which is available now. His Australian tour dates are below:

Single Stream: Alpines - "No Other Lover" (2014)

UK duo Alpines have released new single "No Other Lover", the latest from their upcoming debut album Oasis, out May 26 via Untrue.

New Music Video: Sable - "Foolin'" (2014)

Pilerats have presented us with "Foolin'", the follow up single from Sable's Feels So Good EP. Check out the video clip here!

New Music Video: Jamie xx "Sleep Sound" (2014)

Post-dubstep pioneer Jamie xx recently delivered a new track "Sleep Sound" off his lengthy 2013 BBC Radio 6 mix and now there's a stunning video to go with it! Watch it here:

Single Stream: Pharrell Williams "Marilyn Monroe" (2014)

Coming off the back of the chart-topping "Happy," Pharrell Williams has released "Marilyn Monroe," the latest track off his number one ARIA album G I R L.

New Music Video: Black Lips "Nightmare Field" (2014)

Black Lips recently premiered their new video for "Nightmare Field," a bonus track from the band's just released LP Underneath the Rainbow. The track is only available physically on 500 rare flexidiscs worldwide, part of a promotion that the Lips ran with April 77. Check it out below: