Fresh Faves: Batch 94

This week’s Fresh Faves were chosen by readers on our Listening Post over the weekend and are reviewed here by Team Freshnet's very own Sam Lee. ADAM HALOGEN - So With warped, disembodied vocals, So is a wonderful example of slowburning, soulful electro, blurring the line between the organic and the synthetic. Fans of Cyril Hahn’s beautifully downtempo remixes should enjoy this track, the first…

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Fresh Faves: Batch 79

This week's Fresh Faves are reviewed by Team Freshnet's Sam Lee. ADIOS NINE - Mankind With lyrics that explore the very essence of human nature and question the existence of the world around us, you could say that ‘Mankind’’s subject matter is a little grandiose. I’m sure that Adios Nine know what they’re on about, but I don’t have a clue. What I do know,…

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Fresh Faves: Batch 31

The evenings might be drawing in and weather warnings might have been issued overnight, but fear not - this week's Fresh Faves are one of the best batches we've seen for some time. So don't venture outside - draw the curtains, bunker down with a cuppa and get your ears around these... Listed in alphabetical order, to see the full list, click read more »…

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Fresh Faves: Batch 15

A high listener turnout over the Jubilee weekend: including Team Freshnet members, 45 people came and cast an ear over our Listening Post to tell us their five favourites. Adding them all up - and taking everything into consideration - we've ended up with nine Fresh Faves this week. In strictly alphabetical order... BARK BARK DISCO – Let’s Do This Bark Bark Disco are a…

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Fresh Faves: 23rd April 2012

So another week has come and gone, as weeks tend to do, which can only mean one thing - we've got another bunch of tracks that have been hand-selected by you, the ever-discerning public. This week we've got tuned percussion, pianos, brass sections, pianos, mandolins and, erm, more pianos, so what are you waiting for? Click the Read More link for all 11 tracks in…

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Hailing from the other side of the world (Brisbane, to be precise), Velociraptor are one of the most visceral and exciting guitar bands to emerge from either hemisphere for absolutely ages. The twelve-piece garage pop band not only seem to have a knack for penning high-octane, fuzzy pop songs, but they also boast a hoard of fantastic nicknames (Daniel 'Sand In Your Eyes' Dunne and…

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