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Keeping it short and sweet this week as July starts coming to a close, but don’t worry huge names are sending out their new releases in the next few months! This week showcases our favourite indie darlings as well as something a little heavier.
Iconic Melbourne punk legends The Meanies have returned after a 21 year absence from recording with a new album in It's Not Me, It's You! Dropping in September, the record was inspired by the resurgence of bands and mates like Cosmic Psychos in recent times - we need some of that rock flavour back in our lives, right? With an east coast tour scheduled for October too, we can't wait to see what antics come as a result.
In This Issue: We're keeping it mellow this week as the winter chills have been setting in all over the country, we have Josh Pyke celebrating his fans, the new one from The Maccabees, and compelling tributes from Gurrumul Yunupingu and WE LOST THE SEA.
In This Issue: Releases are few in numbers this week, much like the hours of sunlight in these miserable winter days. Thankfully, however, quality over quantity is the order of the day, with some top-notch artists pumping out brand new material.
At just 17, Baro has the world paying attention to his unique hip hop sound, with comparisons to the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Joey Bada$$ and King Krule. Following the success of his debut mixtape HOWGOODISGOOD?, which dropped about 12 months back, he's set to release his debut EP. Dubbed 17/18, the release (and its title) marks him turning 18, and will come out on July 10th via teamtrick.
In This Issue: There are Aussies aplenty in this edition of Album News Weekly! Melbournians Ocean Grove and Brisbanians Interim get a run, while internationals such as Mika and Adam Lambert are also looking to capitalise on everyone keeping warm, rugging up on the couch, and listening to new music while the shitty winter weather sets in.