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FRESH MiNT: a refreshing dose of new Territory music
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FRESH MiNT #12 - New in November
Welcome to the 12th edition of FRESH MiNT! Can you believe we've had twelve months of fresh tunes from the Territory!? Neither can we. Lucky for all of us the new music isn't slowing down and November has five awesome new songs for you to feast your ears on. This month's FRESH MiNT features tracks from long awaited albums, new bands and surprise acts we're really enjoying. So... listen to the tunes, click on the photo to find out more about the artist and enjoy!
Southeast Desert Metal - 'Disturbing the Spirits'
Southeast Desert Metal are the most isolated heavy metal band in the world, but they're not using that as an excuse! The Santa Teresa band delivers an uncompromising, riff-fuelled, mind bender with their debut self-titled album (released through The Black Wreath). 'Disturbing the Spirits' is an in-your-face message to people about respecting the land.
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Shake - 'Want You To Know'
Chill... that's the word for Alice Springs producer Shake's track 'Want You To Know'. The downtempo groove could smooth the edge out of any situation and is one of three tracks from Shake's EP Sleep On It. You may recognise Shake as the beats behind NT hip hop artist SkankMC, but this is a much different sound. Fans of Flume will dig this.
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Col Infinity - 'Homecoming'
It's been three years in the making but Col Infinity's debut album has finally dropped! Monophonic Minds is a 10-track feel good adventure recorded in the bedroom of the young rap artist. 'Homecoming' is a tribute to Darwin - Col's hometown - and showcases his clever lyrics and diverse delivery. A catchy track that we love: 'one time for my city if you don't mind!'
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Impana Band - 'Womma Kurra'
200km south-west of Alice Springs there's a remote community called Impana. Impana may be small, but it's home to a big reggae sound! 'Momma Kurra' is the single from Impana Band's self-titled album, which is being launched tomorrow through CAAMA Music's Therrka label. It's sung in Ngaanyatjarra language and induces some serious head bopping!
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Franklin Noll - 'Kokoda Dawn'
Remembrance Day was only last week and 'Kokoda Dawn' by Franklin Noll is a fitting tribute to Australian soldiers and the trauma they battle. The track has a mournful reflectiveness similar in style to John Williamson and Redgum, but with a contemporary edge. Franklin Noll is a collaboration between Darwin artists Darren Franklin and Corey Noll.
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