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Lanks – Banquet

Melbourne artist Will Cuming has only been performing under the moniker LANKS for just over a year and yet has already made a name for himself as one of the most passionate musicians in the current Australian scene, injecting himself and his raw emotions into every part of his craft. Now the enigmatic singer-songwriter is back with a sophomore EP to rival his previous successes.
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Interview with LANKS

Will Cuming is a man who loves challenges. Whether it’s starting a new musical project, shooting a music video by himself or eating two dollars worth of food a day, he’s the kind of guy who’s always eager to step up to the plate. Though soft spoken, the man behind LANKS is a passionate fellow. As we walk into the Newtown Social Club we are locked…
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6 Artists that Labels Should Get Off Their Arses and Sign

Let’s face it, records labels no longer hold the torch as what will make or break an artist. The music industry has changed and we all know it. We all know the power of social media, we all know that anyone can create a Bandcamp account to sell their music, and we all know that triple J Unearthed is open to taking demos from anyone, anywhere in Australia, everyday. But while all these…
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LANKS Premieres His Intmate Video for Hold Me Closer

“Hold me closer, hold me like this. Hold me in the dead of night”. Will Cuming you’ve done it again. That endearing voice, those brooding bass lines, the impeccably joyous synths. The tranquil nature of LANKS is undeniable and he’s …
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Lanks – Thousand Piece Puzzle EP

Lanks’ Thousand Piece Puzzle EP is just that – crossing between genres and splitting it’s influences to bring you 6 dynamic tracks of musical gems. Lanks wows us yet again with the release of his debut solo EP, Thousand Piece Puzzle. That same elegiac aesthetic we heard in Rises and Falls earlier this year is conveyed in the Melbourne musician’s first offering, a collection of six impressive gems. The completely self-produced EP is a resplendent…
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Lanks – Knife and Spear

Melbourne has always produced next level music and Lanks is absolutely no exception. The solo side project of Will Cuming, who also fronts seven piece band Farrow, has only just begun to emerge from the murky city’s music scene but holds a lot of promise in its synthesized magic. With a debut EP due sometime this year, Lanks has already begun to drop tracks from the forthcoming release and it has my taste buds tingling. Knife and Spear is the latest taste of the new…
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Lanks – Rises and Falls

The aptly named Rises and Falls is a track that does just that, soaring high above the evocative electronic soundscapes with layered vocals, depicting a narrative that draws you in with its intricate storytelling and melody. This is the debut single from Lanks, the solo electronic project of Melbourne musician, Will Cuming. Drawing inspiration from Radiohead, The xx and Bon Iver, Lanks is a stark contrast to Cuming’s seven-piece indie pop band Farrow. Combining…
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