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Indie Focus

5 September 2012 | 3:13 pm | Mat Lee

Plenty of new releases, lineup announcements and Aussies kickin' arse

We have given you exclusive rights to stream Velociraptor's debut mini-LP before its release on Friday! Get on it!

Paul Kelly will now play alongside nephew Dan Kelly at the Jagermeister Independent Music Awards, joining an already solid lineup of acts.

We Say Bamboulee spawned duo Fishing signed to Yes Please through the week.

Melbourne band Twerps cracked into the Top 20 of the CMJ College Radio Charts, and announced they'll be playing at the CMJ Music Conference in NYC.

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Husky, Eagle & the Worm and more received grants from Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu through the Contemporary And Live Music Program.

Parkway Drive's tour DVD went platinum. They'll tour in support of their new album, Atlas, to be released later this year.

M-Phazes, Mantra and more were announced for theSprung Hip Hop Festival Afterparty today, which is sure to have the party raging well after 10pm.

Adelaide punk-rockers The Mark of Cain announced a release date for their upcoming comeback record Songs Of The Third And Fifth and promised to tour.

Post-punk rockers My Disco announced a new EP, with shows selling out.

Brisbane sassy songstress Bec Laughton dropped a fun new clip for Holy Love 2, and announced an EP tour on top.

Sampology and Ben Ely (of Regurgitator) released a special collaborative mixtape.

On top of his first ever soon-to-be-released solo album, Henry Wagons announced an east coast tour in celebration.