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  • Beaches announce Second Of Spring album launches

    Melbourne psych-rock icons Beaches have bloomed with epic new double album Second Of Spring. Only out since last Friday, the album has already had the ravest of reviews, from Rolling Stone to The Sydney Morning Herald to The Quietus, plus feature albums from RRR, FBI Radio, 2SER and a Song Of the Day from hugely influential Seattle station KEXP. Now they announce […]
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  • New Beaches double album Second Of Spring out today

    Psych-rock overlords Beaches‘ epic double album magnum opus Second Of Spring is out today! Get it on double vinyl, CD or digital from the Chapter webstore, Bandcamp or all good record stores and digital stores!
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  • New Beaches single and video for Arrow

    Melbourne psych-rock icons Beaches return with the third single from their upcoming epic double album Second Of Spring – and it’s the catchiest one yet! Arrow is classic Beaches – a huge riff lifted heavenward by massed guitars, layered vocals and driving percussion. What’s more there’s a great video for Arrow, filmed by Beaches’ own Antonia Sellbach. It features footage from abstract […]
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  • Beaches announce new single + album pre-orders

    After the bracing sonic blast that was Void, the first single from Beaches‘ epic new double album Second Of Spring, the Melbourne psych rock icons can now reveal fiery second single When You’re Gone. Premiered overnight via Brooklyn Vegan, When You’re Gone is Beaches at their catchiest and most direct, but with all the quintet’s legendary guitar power. First single […]
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  • School Damage reveal new video + announce album tour dates

    Melbourne wonky popmeisters School Damage have just premiered an awesomely manic video for Gasbagging via Noisey. The video, for one of the catchiest tracks from School Damage‘s new debut album School Damage, is directed by Sean McAnulty and Alex McLaren (who have made videos for Ausmuteants, Orb and the Murlocs), with illustrations by the band’s own Carolyn Hawkins. Carolyn […]
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  • Beaches release first single from new double album Second Of Spring

    Australian psych rock superheroes Beaches return with their third album, an epic double LP entitled Second Of Spring – Chapter Music’s first ever double album by a single artist. Blending darkly woozy psych rock with hypnotic post-punk, Second Of Spring takes Beaches even further out, to where the pyramid meets the eye – a vast, enveloping sonic landscape, filled with extended instrumentals, […]
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  • Montero signs to Chapter Music – tours UK/Europe with Mac DeMarco in Nov

    Chapter is excited to announce a new signing in the form of widescreen soft rock maestro Montero, aka artist and musician Ben Montero. To celebrate, Montero is being taken on tour throughout UK and Europe by none other than Mac DeMarco in November. Following on from 2013’s incredible The Loving Gaze via Mistletone Records (we […]
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  • New Jessica Says video for Xanax Baby

    The wild and enticing new Jessica Says album Do With Me What U Will is out now on vinyl, CD and digital, and launch dates have been announced for July. To top it all off, here’s a new video for album opener Xanax Baby, directed by the impeccable Geoffrey O’Connor. Thanks to theMusic.com.au for the […]
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  • The Stevens new single + album pre-orders

    Melbourne scratchy pop favourites The Stevens reveal Pulling All The Facts Together, the second single from their simply titled new album Good. First single Chancer was premiered on NPR last month, and now Noisey has the scoop on Pulling All The Facts Together, calling it “a song that brims with harmonies and pop smarts.” What’s […]
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  • Jessica Says announces album launches for July

    Melbourne pop-noir superstar Jessica Says has made a svelte splash with new album Do With Me What U Will – including premieres on the Fader and I-D, great write-ups in Frankie, the Music and Broadsheet, and a single of the week for Beat! A classically trained cellist, Jessica moves seamlessly between hi-sheen pop and dark, string-driven confessionals. Do With […]
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  • School Damage & Asphixiation albums out now + Holy Balm launches announced

    We have two big, big records out now on Chapter, and Holy Balm are launching their remix 12″ with Sydney and Melbourne shows in July! It’s release day for the self-titled debut album by wobble pop foursome School Damage, and the reissue of 1981 post-punk-disco holy grail “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?” by Asphixiation. You […]
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  • New School Damage single + album pre-orders

    Noisey just premiered the irresistible new single Bus That Couldn’t Slow Down by Melbourne wobbly pop quartet School Damage. Album pre-orders are also up now. Self-titled debut album School Damage is out June 2 on vinyl and digital. You can pre-order your copy now from Chapter, Bandcamp or digital stores.
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  • NO ZU + Holy Balm remix 12″s out now

    Happy release day for Chapter’s first ever remix 12″s! It only took us 25 years, but now we have two out on the same day. In purely alphabetical order, HOLY BALM​ and NO ZU​ present a 12″ EP each of hot remixes from their 2016 albums (Activity and Afterlife respectively). Holy Balm’s Activity Mixes features mixes by […]
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  • Chapter reissues 1981 post-punk-disco gem by Asphixiation – with video!

    Check out the video for Aural Risk, which was shown once on Australian TV in the early 80s and hasn’t been seen since! “What Is This Thing Called ‘Disco’?” is a landmark Australian post-punk artefact, originally released in 1981 as an LP with accompanying 12” single. One of the first records from the Australian underground to […]
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