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[MP3 + Music Video] Midlife – The Magnificent Moon

Mildlife are a Melbourne four-piece bonded over the desire to push musical boundaries, developing tight live shows bolstered by wild improvisation, with influences that vary between the loose electronics of Caribou, Floating Points and Todd Terje to the more organic likes of Can, Sun Ra, Herbie Hancock and the fellow Australian psych revivalists, Tame Impala. They have just announced their debut LP via Australian imprint Research Records for February 23rd. “In terms of their influences, the Australian group remain as open as they can possibly be, an breathlessly ambitious fusion of house music, psychedelia, disco, soul, and more.” Clash magazine have said.

SOLD!

Another Oz act that seems inspired by the modern indie-electronic-psychedelic spark Tame Impala set off. Again, we are not mad at that. As the ‘kids’ say, we are here for that! Hit play and enjoy this near 9 minute magnificent journey.

“The Magnificent Moon” track from the forthcoming Phases LP.

[Album Stream] JVLY – Ache (EP)

Debut EP from Australian producer, JVLY. Title track giving me vague Tame Impala vibes and that’s waaaay OK by me.

You can also hear the title track from the Ache EP on our FRESH PICKS Spotify playlist HERE: spoti.fi/2AhpU8y

[MP3] Melo Makes Music – Blastaa (Let It Go)

Won’t lie: we spotted this one as a ‘Promoted Track’ on Soundcloud but we dig it. Do y’all?

[Album Stream] Various Artists – Bright: The Album (Soundtrack)

Props to Atlantic Records for allowing this soundtrack album to stream in FULL on Soundcloud. Other options to Download / Stream it via your preferred media platforms can be found HERE. The Netflix film, Bright is out this Friday (Dec. 22).

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[MP3] RAGA – Hurt People

Toronto vibes….

FOLLOW DIFFERENT KITCHEN’S FRESH PICKS PLAYLIST ON SPOTIFY

#DK11: The album, This One Goes To Eleven… OUT NOW

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