Set to take over Oxford Square this Saturday, August 29th, Volumes Festival has just announced set times, with an amazing line-up of local acts across three venues and four stages. Featuring headliners Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, as well as The Laurels, Canyons and more, Volumes will match their choice line-up with three of the
The popular Surry Hills Festival is set for a triumphant 2014 return and organisers have now announced the music lineup for the September 27th event, headed by one-man disco machine Donny Benét and Sydney rock outfit The Laurels. Also making the first lineup announcement are local solo singer-songwriter SpookyLand, electro-pop duo Tales In Space, a
The new kid on the festival block, Mountain Sounds, has dropped a first lineup announcement today that shows they’re not messing around, with the boutique affair attracting the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Jinja Safari, Snakadaktal and Emma Louise. The super smooth lineup also includes The Holidays, Ball Park Music, Softwar, Sticky Fingers and a veritable
As part of the programme for the 2014 Sydney Festival, Andrew Kidman‘s film Spirit Of Akasha, a studied and esoteric exploration of surf culture that continues the legacy of Albert Falzon‘s Morning of the Earth, will be accompanied by a score performed live by Xavier Rudd, Pond, and more. An apprentice of Albert Falzon himself,
Melbourne Music Week is almost here and Modular are getting all up amongst it, curating a show at MMW’s The Residence for an evening of the best emerging Australiana talent which includes the Melbourne debut of 100 Million Nights, a collaboration between Canyons and visual artist Daniel Boyd. After gigs at GoMA (Brisbane) and MoNA
Leading members from some of the most prestigious companies operating within this wild West we call the Australian music industry have announced they will be going head to head for the inaugural Música Copa. Supported by ARIA Week and the Electronic Music Conference (EMC), Música Copa will see teams from Stereosonic, Modular, Future Classic, Ministry
Melbourne Music Week 2013 has officially got the ball rolling today with the announcement of the first round of artists hitting up Melbourne for a glorious week of live music. Much like previous years, organisers have delivered a forward-thinking lineup which features exclusive collaborations and artists both native and international. As per the first announcement,
Pink Gin, the side project of much-loved Modular act Canyons, have dropped their bangin’ new single Blame Me, taking us back under the spell of their early club cuts like Blues Snakes and Fire Eyes and giving us a spaced out accompanying video to boot. A psychedelic trip of a seriously strange combination of footage,
Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) has hooked up with record label Modular to create the winter festival Dark Mofo. In its inaugural year, Dark Mofo will overrun Hobart from Thursday, 13th June to Sunday, 23rd June. Celebrating music, art and nakedness, Dark Mofo will provide concerts, performance, art exhibitions and a nude
It’s taken plenty of blood, sweat and tears, but Ryan Grieve and Leo Thomson from Canyons could not be happier to be ditching record bags for a live band in their upcoming national tour.
Canyons are set to launch their first national tour in March, promoting their debut LP, Keep Your Dreams, released at the end of last year. “After dragging bags of records around the country for the past few years, we’re psyched to be finally bringing Keep Your Dreams to life on stage with our six piece
A new super-funky club night has emerged, titled Not Another Disco Party. The launch, which is set to take place at Civic Underground on Friday 27th, features a pretty snazzy line-up including the likes of Canyons [disco set], Jensen Interceptor, Softwar, Slowblow and R+R.
Canyons will celebrate the release of their debut LP Keep Your Dreams by premiering their six-piece live band for the first time ever on Thursday December the 15th at the Civic Hotel Underground in Sydney (with DJ support from Steele Bonus). They’ll then be performing on selected dates around the country. They’ll hit the festival
Australian duo, Canyons are on the verge of releasing their long-awaited debut album Keep Your Dreams and you can check out one of their new tracks See Blind Through below.
This Saturday Oct 16th, The Beach Road Hotel in Bondi is hosting the night ‘Giddy Up’. A fundraiser night where proceeds go to helping provide young people from disadvantaged backgrounds opportunities with education and welfare.