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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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29 days of fresh new shows.

Artist Info

Nicholas Allbrook

Powered by Audioscrobbler™Pond fronthuman, founding member of Mink Mussel Creek, ex-Tame Impala bass-player, one half of Allbrook/Avery, drummer with Peter Bibby and noise maker with many more, Nicholas Allbrook is set to release his first solo album through Spinning Top Records on September 5th, 2014.

Ever since the days of sunshine and lazy teenage silliness, Nicholas Allbrook, like the rest of his Perth comrades, has been ferreting away in bedrooms, buses, airplanes, studios and hotels making sounds and making songs.

Departing Tame Impala in 2012. Nick used the MASS of free time to write and record his debut album titled Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna.

To give fans a taste of the forthcoming album, Spinning Top are offering Whispers Of Beauty as a free download track.

Waxing lyrical about this first single Nicholas says: “Sad? Glum? Bored? Depressed? Crushed by the horrific pointless viciousness of human kind? Hey, it happens to everyone*, but don’t just stand there fingering yourself, download Whispers of Beauty by “Nicholas Allbrook”! Research has proven that Whispers of Beauty, when correctly administered to the ears, can diminish these pains for a guaranteed four minutes and forty-eight seconds! RESEARCH! “Child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim believed that fairy tales help children cope with their existential anxieties and dilemmas.”
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