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the AU interview at BIGSOUND: July Talk (Canada)

the AU review interviews Canadian group July Talk to talk about their first ever trip to Australia, performing at BIGSOUND and at a couple of shows around the country. We talk about their live show, their music and their debut record, which is out in Australia today!

New Music Video: WHITE "Living Fiction" (2014)

As we wait for the vote on Scottish Independence come in, we bring you one of our favourite tracks going around at the moment from Scotland - WHITE's "Living Fiction". There's a vibe to this track that makes it something so familiar, yet something totally its own. See also: Saxophone solos. They just released the music video to the track and you can watch it here:

New Music Video: Hudson & Troop "Flying Close" (2014)

Directed by Michael Shanks and starring Ryan O’Connell and Alice Watson, follow the antics of two wayward teenagers looking to get their kicks on a secluded hillside road in the just-released music video from Melbourne's Hudson & Troop, "Flying Close" The track is teh second single off H&T's forthcoming EP Daytrip Enquiries. Watch the standout track here:

New Music Video: Crash Island "Howl (Come On!)" (2014)

Taking footage from The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The Phantom of the Opera and more classic silent films, and splicing it together with some recent live footage, London's Crash Island have delivered a lo-fi video for an incredibly catchy song. Describing themselves as a "four-piece dark tropical indie rock band", with members coming from all around Europe and even South Africa, the song proves them a band to keep an eye on. Listen to it for yourself:

the AU interview at BIGSOUND: Saskwatch (Melbourne)

the AU review sits down with the two parts of Melbourne ensemble Saskwatch while at BIGSOUND 2014 in Brisbane to talk about their international travels, their BIGSOUND successes, their latest album, their upcoming touring and musical plans and much more...

the AU interview at BIGSOUND: Mise en Scene (Canada)

the AU review got to know Canadian duo Mise en Scene while they were in Brisbane for their first ever Australian trip as part of the Canadian contingency at BIGSOUND 2014! Watch our chat with the oh-so-cool rockers here:

New Music Video: Flight Facilities Featuring Emma Louise "Two Bodies" (2014)

Sydney electronic duo Flight Facilities already have enough steam behind them to sell out shows around the country, and they don't even have a studio album out yet. Their catalogue is looking to become a bit richer come October 24th, when the producers finally release their debut album Down to Earth. Our first taste of what they've been cooking up comes with stunning single "Two Bodies", a sensual, melodic house affair which features heavenly vocal work from Brisbane songstress Emma Louise. The impressively choreographed video comes from Sydney-via-New York director Lorin Askill, who has taken an artful approach for what is bound to be one of the summer festival season's biggest hits.

the AU interview at BIGSOUND: Oli and Louis Leimbach of Lime Cordiale (Sydney)

the AU review sat down with brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach of Lime Cordiale while at BIGSOUND 2014 in Brisbane to talk about their new music and latest recording sessions, their drummer, their live show and much more...

Exclusive Music Video Premiere: Emma & The Hungry Truth "Always The Last To Know" (2014)

"Always The Last To Know" is the exciting first taste of Brisbane-based band Emma & The Hungry Truth’s debut EP, Feast, and today we premiere the video on the AU. Fronted by the enigmatic Emma Dean, The six-piece have crafted a release that is being described as a combination of theatrical pop, tribal beats, soaring vocals and break-your-heart lyrics. Watch the video here:

the AU sessions: Little May (Sydney) performs "Dust"

Sydney trio Little May stopped by the AU HQ earlier this month to give us a taste of their new single "Dust", coming off their debut self-titled EP (due out on October 10th). Enjoy this live and exclusive AU session here:

New Music Video: Jack White "Would You Fight For My Love?" (2014)

It seems Jack White has become a fan of giving himself a very tight deadline. Back when his current album Lazaretto wasn' released yet, the revered artist performed and pressed to vinyl the album's title track in less than four hours. Now he's back, giving himself just 24 hours to conceive and create a video for one of the LP's best selections "Would You Fight For My Love?". A brooding White looking equally bright and moody sits at at a bar and trails along the ghostly aesthetic as he sits at a bar looking all dapper and lonely. Check it out below.

LIVE: Watch Megan Washington perform a free pop up show at Westfield Sydney

Megan Washington performed threee seperate pop up shows in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney over the weekend to promote her latest album "There There". This special 30 minute set captured at Westfield Sydney includes new tracks "Begin Again" and "To Or Not Let Go" plus a few favourites from her previous record.

New Music Video: The 1975 "Heart Out" (2014)

The 1975 have released the video for "Heart Out", their final single from what has been an incredibly strong debut album for the young Brits. Directed by the band's frontman Matthew Healy and Adam Powell, the music video is a cute clip featuring younger versions of the band themselves. You may think 'little Matt' is resembles the grown up version remarkably and you'd be right, it's his brother.

the AU interview: Little May (Sydney)

the AU review talks to Sydney based trio Little May - Liz Drummond, Hannah Field & Annie Hamilton - about their music, the momentum of their single "Dust" their upcoming debut EP (out October 10th), their live show, what's coming next and much more...

New Music Video: The Belligerents "I Don't Want To Be In Your Arms" (2014)

As the new single from Brisbane's The Belligerents, "I Don't Want To Be In Your Arms" provides the first taste from the band's upcoming third EP, after what seems like a long time away. If grandmothers dancing to disco-rock is your thing, you're going to love this.