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Inspired by formatives years in the North East, Jordan strikes the perfect balance between joyous euphoria and vulnerable emotion

The Politician season 2: Everything we know so far

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Public Practice: NYC disco-punks’ boredom-busting debut is where Blondie meets B-52’s

Their debut album 'Gentle Grip' sounds like Blondie and The B-52's on a night out at Studio 54

Sweet Whirl: Carole King and Jack Kerouac meet Beach House, as a Melbourne singer-songwriter turns to the world

Esther Edquist has emerged from a decade of nerves with her true debut: an album of floating piano pop and a sharp tongue

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Sydney's The Lazy Eyes on their dancing heroics, the magic of their hometown's scene and free pizza