Australian indie pop groups

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  1. An Horse

    An Horse


    An Horse is a two-person indie rock band from Brisbane, Australia, comprising Kate Cooper of Iron On on vocals and guitar and Damon Cox of Intercooler on drums. In 2008 they toured the United States as an opening act for Tegan and Sara, prior to the release of their first album. In August 2008, they opened for Death Cab for Cutie for their Australian tour. They also opened for Silversun Pickups along with Cage The Elephant in October 2009 for an east coast leg of their Swoon tour. After their own 2009 North American tour, An Horse played as a supporting act for Tegan and Sara in Canada in 2010. In 2012 they accompanied Nada Surf on tour in the United States.

  2. Angus And Julia Stone

    Angus And Julia Stone


    Angus & Julia Stone are an Australian brother-sister folk-blues group that formed in 2006 by Angus Stone and Julia Stone. Their parents played as a folk duo before Julia and Angus were born. Angus & Julia Stone have released three studio albums, A Book Like This (2007), Down the Way (2010) and their self-titled album (2014). At the ARIA Music Awards of 2010 they won five awards from nine nominations: winning Album of the Year, Best Adult Alternative Album, Best Cover Art and Producer of the Year for Down the Way and Single of the Year for "Big Jet Plane". The siblings have each issued two solo albums, with Angus releasing Smoking Gun (under the pseudonym Lady of the Sunshine) in 2009 and Broken Brights in 2012; Julia's albums are The Memory Machine (2010) and By the Horns (2012).

  3. Architecture in Helsinki

    Architecture in Helsinki


    Architecture in Helsinki is an Australian indie pop band which consists of Cameron Bird, Gus Franklin, Jamie Mildren, Sam Perry, and Kellie Sutherland. The band has released five studio albums: Fingers Crossed (2003), In Case We Die (2005), Places Like This (2007), Moment Bends (2011), and Now + 4EVA (2014).

  4. Augie March

    Augie March


    Augie March are an Australian indie/pop rock band. Formed in 1996 in Shepparton, Victoria, the band currently consists of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Glenn Richards, lead guitarist Adam Donovan, bassist Edmondo Ammendola, drummer David Williams, and keyboardist Kiernan Box. Box replaced Rob Dawson, the band's initial piano player, who died in 2001.

  5. Ball Park Music

    Ball Park Music


    Ball Park Music is a five-piece indie rock/pop band based in Brisbane, Australia, made up of frontman Sam Cromack (guitar/vocals), Jennifer Boyce (bass/backing vocals), Paul Furness (keys/trombone), and twins Dean Hanson (guitar/backing vocals) and Daniel Hanson (drums/backing vocals).

  6. Bluejuice



    Bluejuice was a musical act that was based in Sydney, Australia. The group consists of Jake Stone, Stavros Yiannoukas, Jamie Cibej and James Hauptmann. The band released three studio albumsProblems, Head of the Hawk and Company—prior to its dissolution on 28 August 2014.

  7. Boy & Bear

    Boy & Bear


    Boy & Bear are an Australian indie rock-folk music band formed in 2009, consisting of David Hosking (vocals and guitar), Killian Gavin (vocals and guitar), Timothy Hart (drums and vocals), Jonathan Hart (vocals, banjo, mandolin and keyboards) and David Symes (bass). The band have released two albums, Moonfire (August 2011) and Harlequin Dream, (August 2013) both reaching the top ten of the Australian album chart.

  8. Cub Scouts (band)

    Cub Scouts (band)


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  9. Cut Copy

    Cut Copy


    Cut Copy are an Australian electronic band formed in 2001 by DJ Dan Whitford (vocals, keyboards and guitar). Initially a home-recording project, the band now includes Tim Hoey (guitars), Ben Browning (bass guitar) and Mitchell Scott (drums). So far they have released four studio albums, an EP and a number of singles and remixes, all on Modular Recordings. They achieved breakthrough success with their second album, In Ghost Colours, while their most recent album Free Your Mind was released 5 November 2013.

  10. Dear Enemy

    Dear Enemy


    Dear Enemy were an Australian indie pop band formed in Melbourne in 1980 which had a Top 5 single, "Computer One", on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart from December 1983. They released a studio album, Ransom Note in 1984 on EMI and Capitol Records, which peaked at No. 15 on the Kent Music Report Albums Chart, and they subsequently disbanded in 1988.

  11. Dick Diver

    Dick Diver


    Dick Diver are an Australian four-piece indie pop band from Melbourne, Victoria (Australia). The band consists of Rupert Edwards (guitar) and Alistair McKay (guitar), Steph Hughes (drums) and Al Montfort (bass).

  12. Ellington



    Ellington is an Australian indie pop band from Brisbane, formed in 2007. The band is fronted and was started by singer/songwriter Jake Bosci (vocals/guitar) when he was in high school. Later joined by Michael Beatson (guitar) and in 2008 by Lloyd Budd (bass)

  13. Even As We Speak

    Even As We Speak


  14. Falling Joys

    Falling Joys


    Falling Joys is an Australian alternative rock band formed in Canberra in 1983. The original lineup was lead singer/guitarist Suzie Higgie singer/keyboardist Robin Miles, bass guitarist Stuart G. Robertson and drummer Anthony Merrilees. The line-up changed in 1985 to include lead singer/guitarist Suzie Higgie, guitarist Stuart G. Robertson, bass guitarist and vocalist Pat Hayes, and drummer Pete Velzen. They released 3 albums on Volition and numerous singles and EP's. The band reunited in 2011 for concerts in Canberra and Sydney.

  15. Gypsy & The Cat

    Gypsy & The Cat

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    Gypsy & The Cat is an indie/dream pop duo formed by former Melbourne DJs Xavier Bacash and Lionel Towers. Their first live performance was in 2010 in London, where they were based for much of that year. They released their debut album in November 2010, "Gilgamesh", played in UK and Australia, and have received significant airplay including on Triple J, Nova and Fox during 2011. Gypsy & The Cat were an Unearthed J Award nominee in 2010 and finished the year with three hit songs in the station's Top 100 for the Year - their most popular track being, perhaps, Jona Vark. During 2010-2011, they extensively toured Australia, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Hong Kong and performed further concerts in UK. Their first album, Gilgamesh, was awarded a Gold Record, and as of mid-2012, they had sold 240,000 units concerning it.

  16. Hungry Kids Of Hungary

    Hungry Kids Of Hungary


    Hungry Kids of Hungary was an Australian four-piece indie pop band from Brisbane, Queensland. The band consisted of Dean McGrath (lead vocals, guitar), Kane Mazlin (lead vocals, keys), Ben Dalton (bass guitar, vocals) and Ryan Strathie (drums, vocals). They are no longer active, and announced that they would be parting ways as a band on 28 November 2013.

  17. John Butler Trio

    John Butler Trio

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  18. Last Leaves

    Last Leaves


    Last Leaves are an indie pop band from Melbourne, Australia made up of three quarters of the members of defunct and well-known Melbourne band The Lucksmiths. Their songs feature the familiar lyrical wit and themes of nature and every-day Australian life of The Lucksmiths' music (albeit with less of a focus on inner city living and more of a rural slant), but their sound is notably heavier and less "jangly". Songwriter Marty Donald has described the new sound as being "more expansive and dynamic"

  19. New Rules for Boats

    New Rules for Boats


    New Rules for Boats is a five piece band from Perth, Western Australia, formed in early 2004.

  20. Operator Please

    Operator Please


    Operator Please are an Australian pop band, originating on the Gold Coast of Queensland, in 2005. Their current lineup consists of vocalist and guitarist Amandah Wilkinson, drummer Tim Commandeur, keyboardist Chris Holland, Ashley McConnell on bass guitar, and violinist Taylor Henderson.

  21. Papa VS Pretty

    Papa VS Pretty


    Papa vs Pretty was an Australian rock band from Sydney, New South Wales. Originally the solo act of then 15-year old Thomas Rawle (lead vocals, guitar, piano, primary songwriter) in 2006, Papa vs Pretty became a three-piece band in 2008 with the addition of Rawle’s friends Angus Gardiner (bass guitar, cello, backing vocals) and Tom Myers (drums, backing vocals), and a quartet in 2012 with the arrival of Luke Liang (guitar, keyboard, backing vocals). On Monday 30th June 2014, the band announced their breakup.

  22. Pnau



    Pnau is an Australian dance music duo originating from Sydney, Australia. The duo consists of musicians Nick Littlemore (vocals, production) and Peter Mayes (guitar, production). The pair have achieved multiple successes throughout their career with their award-winning debut album Sambanova, their widely acclaimed 2007 release Pnau, their breakthrough side-project Empire of the Sun, and their multiple chart-topping singles. Pnau is also recognized for their heavily publicized apprenticeship under musician Elton John, who signed the duo after listening to their record Pnau. Several of Pnau's recent projects have featured John's involvement, such as Pnau's album Soft Universe and an album featuring Pnau recreations of Elton John's hits called Good Morning to the Night.

  23. Redcoats (band)

    Redcoats (band)


    Redcoats is a Melbourne-based rock band signed to Island Records Australia, which is part of Universal Music Australia. The band members consist of Emilio Mercuri on vocals, Neil Wilkinson on guitar, Rhys Kelly on bass and Andrew Braidner on the drums. The band’s studio album, Redcoats, peaked at number 68 on the Australian album charts in 2012.

  24. San Cisco

    San Cisco


    San Cisco are an Australian indie pop band that formed in 2009 under the original name of King George, in Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia. The band are a four-piece, and consists of Jordi Davieson (guitar, lead vocals), Josh Biondillo (guitar, vocals), Nick Gardner (bass) and Scarlett Stevens (drums, vocals)—all members, except Stevens, share duties on keyboards. In November 2011, the band was signed by Albert Productions, but moved to Fat Possum Records for the release of its debut album. In October 2012, the band described its 'vibe' as "squelchy, crispy, streamlined, hairy, indie". At the ARIA Music Awards of 2013 the group were nominated for Best Independent Release and Best Dance Release for the album; and Best Video for "Fred Astaire", which was directed by Andrew Nowrojee.

  25. Say Lou Lou

    Say Lou Lou

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    Say Lou Lou (formerly Saint Lou Lou) are a twin sister musical duo hailing from Australia and Sweden. Miranda and Elektra Kilbey-Jansson (born June 7, 1991) are the daughters of Steve Kilbey, a longtime member of Australian band The Church and Karin Jansson, ex-girlfriend and recording partner of Kilbey (and before then a member of Swedish new wave band Pink Champagne). They grew up in both Australia and Sweden

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