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Video: Movement – Ivory

Movement share the Fleur & Manu-directed video for Ivory, the highlight off their recently released self-titled EP. Movement’s self-titled EP is out now on Modular.

Movement – Ivory

Sydney three-piece Movement follow-up their previous effort, Like Lust, with another tantalizing cut entitled Ivory. This is another exquisitely written, and exceptionally slick piece of music that is by far their strongest offering to date. Ivory is built around the vocals of Jessie Ward, who really comes into his own on this one, and some slinky electronic beats. Look out… Read more »

Cut Copy – In These Arms Of Love

Australian electronic-indie outfit Cut Copy are putting out a new 10″ in celebration of Record Store Day, featuring two tracks that didn’t make the final cut on their 2013 album Free Your Mind. If tracks of In These Arms Of Love quality are to be considered “leftover tracks” then it’s a prime example of just how good these guys… Read more »

Movement – Like Lust

Sydney trio Movement unveil their tantalizing new single, Like Lust. The track is taken from Lewis Wade, Sean Walker, and Jesse Ward’s forthcoming self-titled EP, due April 25 via Modular People.

Cut Copy – Take Me Higher

Cut Copy release their new album Free Your Mind on November 5 through Loma Vista/Modular. After already sharing the tracks Let Me Show You, Free Your Mind and We Are Explorers, the Melbourne electro-indie outfit are today streaming another tune called Take Me Higher. Judging by the sound of everything they’ve let loose from it, the… Read more »

Cut Copy – Free Your Mind (Fort Romeau Remix)

Fort Romeau has remixed Cut Copy’s latest track, Free Your Mind, and turned an already great track into a delectable, eight-minute-long, late-night house jam. Check it out. Cut Copy’s new record drops November 4 on Modular. Pre-order here.

Cut Copy – Free Your Mind

Cut Copy are streaming the title track from their eagerly-awaited new album, Free Your Mind. It’s an album I’m really excited about, and this really great-sounding title track is doing absolutely nothing to help contain that excitement. The album was mixed by the legendary Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Tame Impala, MGMT), and it’s the… Read more »