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This week, we’re enjoying a ton of quality Aussie albums that read about in the Playlist Notes below.
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Slum Sociable - TQ
Rdio's Artist To Watch for October release a debut EP that spans lo-fi to trip hop and is impossible not to like.
City & Colour - If I Should Go Before You
From the psychedelic solos to the slightly R&B rhythms, Dallas Greene cuts loose on the band's 5th studio album.
Art Vs Science - Off The Edge of The Earth & Into Forever, Forever
The Sydney trio succeed in producing an ambitious and more sophisticated second album without losing their dance floor appeal.
John Grant - Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
The former Czars frontman's third album holds a confrontational, unapologetic sensuality that is celebratory, but also tempered by melancholy.
Boy & Bear - Limit Of Love
Mostly recorded straight to tape, the five piece let their power as a live outfit translate into their music-making process, resulting in their most refined effort to date.
Reece Mastin - Change Colours
The Adelaide artist puts his poppy X-Factor roots to bed and explores his soul-blues side on his first independent LP.
Kelela - Hallucinogen
The latest EP from the R&B / grime Washington-born, Los Angeles-based artist is fluid, organic and psychedelic.
Dan Kelly - Leisure Panic
A kaleidoscopic listening experience -the celebrated Aussie troubadour delivers a sense of pop wonderment and his finest songwriting to date.
Selena Gomez - Revival
With tracks about love, overcoming struggles and standing up to the haters, this new LP is the pop artist's best body of work to date.