Indie Focus

27 June 2012 | 4:06 pm | Dan Condon

What has been going on in the world of Australian indie music this week?

Indie musician David Lipworth has found out what a brush with fame can be like, as he's reportedly been threatened with legal action from The Voice's Darren Percival.

Money For Rope have had to rope in (pun intended) The Vasco Era's Ted O'Neil after their bassist broke his arm at the Community Cup.

Speaking of the Community Cup, it ended in a draw!

The very heavy House Vs Hurricane will have a new album before you know; they were good enough to give us a taste of it earlier today though.

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Young women kicking arse is the name of the game for the next tour funded by the government's The Line initiative as Owl Eyes and Stonefield head out on the road together.

You can have a listen to the new single from Fox + Sui for free too, if you like.

The wonderful New Estate finally launch their wonderful Recovery record in NSW next month.

Plenty of indie roots-reggae bands have made the first announcement of the Island Vibe festival.

Some of the indie labels in New Zealand aren't exactly happy about this whole EMI/Universal business.

Electro dudes Northeast Party House are heading out on the road.