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Dead Letter Circus And Muscles Added To Triple J Rotation

13 May 2015 | 1:36 pm | Staff Writer

Also added are AURORA, Polish Club, Tourist and more

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Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus have been added to triple j's ever-changing roster of artists, along with Melbourne's electronica one-man-band, Muscles, Future Classic artist Luke Millions and two-piece rock'n'roll band Polish Club.

This will serve as a comeback of sorts for Muscles, who released his second album, Manhood, in 2012 and has been fairly inactive since.

A number of international artists such as A$AP Rocky, Gengahr and Action Bronson have also found themselves added as additions or spot additions, while Silverchair's Daniel Johns scored Feature Album with his solo record, Talk

Check out the full list below.

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triple j additions — week commencing 18 may

feature album

Daniel Johns — Talk (Eleven/EMI)

additions

Action Bronson — Baby Blue (feat. Chance The Rapper) (Warner)
A$AP Rocky — Everyday (feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson) (Sony)
AURORA — Running With The Wolves (Glassnote/Liberator)
Dead Letter Circus — While You Wait (UNFD/Warner)
Gengahr — Heroine (Liberator/Mushroom)
Hopium — Right Now (Warner)
Luke Million — Fear The Night (feat. Jesse Davidson) (etcetc)
Polish Club Did Somebody Tell Me (triplejunearthed.com)
Tourist — Holding On (feat. Josef Salvat/Niia) (Tourist Records Limited/Universal)

spot additions

The Belligerents — Voices (Independent)
Mac DeMarco — The Way You'd Love Her (Spunk)
Muscles — Unicorns (Muscles Music)
Yuma X  Swimming Pool (Independent)