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Antics: Interpol

An electrifying sophomore effort from NY’s second favourite sharp-dressed New Wavers, Antics is an intense, brooding effort. There’s a bit more space in the arrangements and Paul Banks’ vocals are mo…

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Somersault: Cate Shortland

Short film-maker Cate Shortland’s first feature, Somersault, heralds a promising future ¾ not just for her as an emerging filmmaker but also for Australian films. Somersault takes viewers on a visual…

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Somersault Soundtrack: Decoder Ring

Haunting and gentle this album drifts along seamlessly from track to track. It’s not hard to reason why such a band as Decoder Ring was chosen to take on this soundtrack, as their musical style refle…

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Wave of Mutilation: Best of the Pixies by The Pixies

“Someday all rock will sound this way”

It’s startling listening to this chronologically-organised collection just how ready-formed the Pixies were when they first flopped from the mind of Black Fr

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Acoustic Soul: India Arie

A bag full of awards and nominations have been collected by this soulful lady in the last few months. This is rootsy R&B, with plenty of soul…. think Lauryn Hill/Angie Stone/Erikah Badu. Contemporar…

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