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  • Gregor reveals first single + video from new album Destiny

    Melbourne prog-pop eccentric Gregor has just revealed The Rock (and the Stars), the first single from his new album Destiny. The quizzical, gently beautiful track has an endearing homemade video, featuring the artist and his cat Bug traversing hand-drawn, animated landscapes. Gregor just hosted a Youtube premiere of the video, which can be seen here. About The Rock (and the Stars), Gregor says: “I was searching […]
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  • Flat rate local Delivery for Northcote and surrounding suburbs

    As we’re sitting around at home most of the day, we at Chapter have decided to offer flat rate shipping on physical orders in the suburbs surrounding our lovely home base of Northcote. For just $8 we’ll hand deliver (socially distanced, hand-sanitised) records to your door. You can order as much stuff as you like […]
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  • Our new downbeat/ambient compilation Midnight Meditations – all the info

    Our new downbeat/ambient compilation Midnight Meditations is out today. Here’s a handy info sheet with background and links for all the artists involved. 1. Yirinda – Nhaya (To See) Yirinda’s inimitable blend of ancient Aboriginal language and the improvisatory sublime pierces to the core and sidesteps all expectations. Leone and Pankhurst’s music invokes the sounds of […]
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  • Sweet Whirl announces debut album and first single Something I Do

    Esther Edquist is Melbourne artist Sweet Whirl. She is also one of the best songwriters you have heard in a very long time. The debut Sweet Whirl album How Much Works is out May 29 on ltd white vinyl, black vinyl and digital. Pre-order here.Gorilla Vs. Bear just premiered the album’s lead single and video Something I […]
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  • Crayon Fields reissue out today!

    It’s release day for our deluxe reissue of Crayon Fields 2009 masterpiece All the Pleasures of the World – now on blue green “galaxy swirl” vinyl, with new liner notes, photos and a download card stacked with digital bonus tracks (including covers of Kath Bloom, Abba and Roxette). With its loping bass lines, swooning strings and hypnotic […]
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  • Use No Hooks lost recordings 1979-83 on new LP

    Check out “The Hook” as just premiered on The FaderPre-order your LP now on Royal Blue vinyl – out 6 Mar 2020 Chapter Music is very excited to reveal a trove of previously unreleased recordings by early 80s Aussie disco-punk heroes Use No Hooks. The band feature Arne Hanna from Michael Hutchence’s late 80s INXS side-project […]
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  • Crayon Fields release deluxe reissue of 2009’s All The Pleasures Of The World

    Pre-order All the Pleasures Of the World on blue-green “galaxy swirl” vinyl here“Transforms classic rock touchstones into something affecting and winning” – Pitchfork “Baroque pop gem recalling The Zombies and The Left Banke” – Brooklyn Vegan“Lysergic lo-fi euphoria of the first-order.” – The TimesMelbourne, Australia minor key pop magicians Crayon Fields released their second album All The Pleasures Of The World in 2009. […]
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  • First taste of new EP by Melbourne auteur Sweet Whirl

    Love Songs & Poetry is out on May 3, pre-orders get an immediate download of first single Strange News. Chapter Music welcomes Sweet Whirl, aka Melbourne folk rock auteur Esther Edquist, to the roster with a six song EP released on cassette and digital. Gently rollicking first single Strange News was premiered overnight via UK site Clash. Love […]
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  • Chapter teams up with Omnian for US mailorders

    We know postage from Australia can be expensive for our overseas customers, so Chapter has teamed up with the good folk at Omnian Music Group/Captured Tracks to make our catalogue available for mailorder at domestic US prices! Even if you’re from the UK, Europe or elsewhere, you should be able to save a few bucks on […]
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  • New Chapter signing Honey 2 Honey release debut single

    Tone of Voice is the first single from A Taste Of, the debut EP by Canberra/Sydney dub R’n’B foursome Honey 2 Honey. The band will play single launches in Melbourne and Sydney in February, as well as a Melbourne support show for labelmate Laura Jean. Originally a duo of Rory Stenning (a stalwart of Canberra’s electronic scene via his […]
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  • Supports announce for Laura Jean’s Press Play tour Feb/Mar 2019

    Laura Jean‘s Press Play headline tour starts in just a few weeks, and now we can announce the amazing supports for each show. These are Laura’s first headline dates since her sold out Devotion album launches in July/August 2018. In Sydney, Laura is joined by Marcus Whale (in duo mode) and Bree Van Reyk. In Melbourne she plays with Jade Imagine and mysterious newcomers Honey 2 Honey. In Perth it’s Rabbit Island and Hi. Ok, Sorry., while […]
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  • Chapter’s 20% Off Moving Sale

    Chapter is moving! We’re leaving our beloved Clifton Hill headquarters after 11 years and heading to parts unknown (well, Northcote really). So that we don’t have to break our backs moving as many boxes, we’re having a MOVING S A L E!! Use the code moving when you check out via the Chapter webstore or […]
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  • Laura Jean reveals new video + 2019 headline tour

    LAURA JEAN ANNOUNCES “PRESS PLAY” TOUR FEB/MAR 2019 + REVEALS NEW VIDEO FOR “DEVOTION” Laura Jean is excited to announce her Press Play headline tour in February/March 2019, named after the first song from her new album Devotion. These are Laura’s first headline dates since her sold out album launches in July/August. Laura has also shared a stunning new video for Devotion, […]
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  • Two new Chapter releases out today – Gregor + Kath Bloom & Loren Connors

    It’s a big release day Friday at Chapter HQ, with two amazing new records out today! GREGOR – SILVER DROP Silver Drop is the debut album by young Melbourne pop eccentric Gregor. It’s a remarkable record, about as touching as anything you’ve heard, but similarly striking for its musical adventurousness. Spacious and delicate, but peppered with acerbic pop moments, the […]
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