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FLIGHT FACILITIES – WITH YOU (ElectroPop – Australia)

Flight Facilities

Aussie electropop duo Flight Facilities have a brand new single called ‘With You’, this time featuring the vocal work of Hot Chip drummer Grovesnor – something darker, something deeper and something more mature.

Once again FF have crafted an impeccable tropical tune that takes you on a journey into their world of pop. “With You” is out now via Sydney-based label Future Classic and the EP also features remixes by the likes of David August, Danny Daze and MAM.

For more info and music, visit Flight Facilities’ official site or go to their Facebook. Buy “With You” on Beatport or Flight Facilities

CADILLAC – REMIXED (Electro/SynthPop – Australia)


To extend their journey of endless summer, Melbourne’s own Cadillac recently released a collection of remixes from their self-titled debut EP. They had been kept as a vinyl exclusive until now but they are finally available digitally via Sydney-based label Future Classic (also home to fellow Aussie hot-shots New Navy and Flight Facilities).

Cadillac - Dreams (Miracles Club Remix)     

The download bundle features amazing remixes by The Miracles Club, Prince Rama, Marcos Cabral, Daniel Bortz, Ray Mang and Sun Glitters. Good news is you can stream the whole 6-track EP on Cadillac’s SoundCloud and, as a bonus, the band is also sharing a little cover they did of Daft Punk’s “Too Long”…

Cadillac - Too Long (Daft Punk Cover)     

Stay in touch with Cadillac via their Facebook or check out their official blog. Buy the music on Cadillac

VIDEO : NEW NAVY – ZIMBABWE (Indie/Pop – Australia)

Start off the week with a bang! Check out the video for “Zimbabwe” by Australian four-piece New Navy. The song is taken off their debut EP Uluwatu, available now via Future Classic and the video was filmed by Laww Media and directed by Rory Anderson and New Navy.

New Navy - Zimbabwe     

Find New Navy on MySpace or visit their official site for more info and music. You can get their 3-track demo EP for free or name your own price at Bandcamp and you can buy the Uluwatu EP on


Just a few hours ago Sydney duo Flight Facilities shared the video for the single “Foreign Language”, a summery disco pop number featuring Jess Higgs on vocals.  Shot and directed by Dimitri Basil, this retro-looking video is the perfect companion for FF’s 70s-inspired jam.

There is still no official date of release (or title) for a hypothetical debut album by the ever so elusive Australian duo, so for the time being we might as well enjoy a couple of remixes. Beni‘s take on “Foreign Language” keeps the original vibe intact but it strips the mix down and adds a touch of glitchy electronica. On the other hand, Elizabeth Rose turns the song into a chilled after party trip-hop number.

Flight Facilities feat. Jess - Foreign Language (Beni Remix)     

To keep up with Flight Facilities, visit their official site or MySpace. Buy “Foreign Language” on

NEW NAVY – ULUWATU (Indie/Pop – Australia)

New Navy have come a long way since the release of their three-track demo last year, which saw them hold the number one position on Australian radio Triple J unearthed charts and share stages with the likes of Wolfmother, The Philly J’s, Midnight Juggernaughts, The Holidays and The Scare.

New Navy - Fire Fire     

Ahead of the release of their long-awaited debut EP, the New Navy released the single “Zimbabwe” last April to rave reviews. It’s one of those songs that feel instantly familiar from the very first time you hear it, as if you’d heard it one hundred times before. From the very first notes of its whistled intro and right to its upbeat tropical guitar hook, “Zimbabwe” is THE original late summer party anthem, the song you heard as background while sipping on the last cocktail before the end of the holidays.

New Navy - Zimbabwe     

From the grandiose opening of “Zimbabwe”, the summer grooves of “Tapioca” to the dramatic crescendo of “Oceans”, New Navy’s debut Uluwatu EP demonstrates the Australian band’s powerful songwriting ability and consistent style. New Navy balance sparkly guitars with front man Ben McInerny’s smooth vocals, delivering strong bass-lines and breezy indie grooves to great effect. Think a lighter version of Foals, older version of Two Door Cinema Club or sunnier version of The Whitest Boy Alive

Check them out on MySpace or visit their official site. You can get their 3-track demo EP for free or name your own price at Bandcamp and you can buy the single “Zimbabwe” on New Navy