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Oscar + Martin

posted by tommy

Melbourne based* Oscar and Martin have been making some cutting edge tracks this last 6 months. They’re also signed to what was today voted (by me) the best record label in Australia so you can understand why the musical elite (me again) have embraced them with open arms. Formerly of FBi favourites Psuche, they’re now blowing up with national airtime and attention on a number of particularly reputable blogs. Their album For You was released April 15. Spend here.

Oscar + Martin – ‘Recognise’

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  1. 17/06/2011

    super fresh.

  2. Garth

    These guys were excellent supporting Architecture in Helsinki, even though they had to ditch their lappies halfway through due to technical difficulties.

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