Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes are the perfect proof of the old adage that we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. You’d expect them to be a high school band playing enthusiastic but slightly misguided pop-punk – and that couldn’t be further from the truth. The Sydney prog-rock trio are back after nearly six
Captain Kickarse And The Awesomes
Sydney based prog freaks Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes have just released a full album of B-sides and experimental tunes entitled Non Practising Pagans. The record showcases a very different side of the band – ambient textures, short arrangements – yet it is still classic Captain Kickarse, with the band’s unique character shining through. The
Since its renovation earlier in the year, the Lansdowne has again become a pleasant place to experience live music. Free entry and an open plan makes it a good place to hang out and check out varied line-ups like tonight’s – curated by the Bird’s Robe Collective, promoters of prog and other underground sounds. It
Known for their intense live show and faultless musicianship, Captain Kickarse & The Awesome have been pushing the limits of physics with their music for years now. Having been handpicked to support Japanese avant garde musician Tatsuya Yoshida aka Ruins-alone, the band are releasing a single in commemoration of the tour in the form of
Sydney’s stalwart champions of all things prog the Bird’s Robe Collective have just announced the line up for their annual prog celebration Feather Fest, the event moving to Tone this year and featuring an impressive line up of international and local talent. Headlining this year is legendary avant-garde Japanese drummer Tatsuya Yoshida from seminal two-piece
Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes is an instrumental psychedelic progressive rock band from Sydney proud as punch about their current EP, Falsimiles From The Facts Machine.
As promised, Cabin Fever returns to the Abercrombie for the second month with a brand new barrel of music-flinging monkeys!
Experimental music is a term introduced by composer John Cage in 1955. According to Cage’s definition, “an experimental action is one the outcome of which is not foreseen”
So you’ve just arrived at a gig.
In This Issue: Big Day Out, Daedelus, Captain Kickarse and the Awesomes, Johnny Massive, Bob Log III, Circle of Rythmn, Squat Club
Having fast earned themselves a reputation as an incendiary live act as well as bizarre showmen
Jager Uprising nights at the Annandale are usually an inconsistent affair, with a myriad of unknown bands taking advantage of the showcase to get a leg up in the industry. But it was something altogether different this Wednesday night as The Bird’s Robe Collective curated a line-up of progressive acts to take the venue by
I sat down with Alex from Captain Kickarse the other day. With our chins dragging and our energy flagging, we managed to bring forth this. Enjoy.
In today’s indie scene there is so much potential for great collaboration. So many bands share shows, rehearsal spaces and often times even CDs, so why is it rather rare to see indie supergroups? I don’t know the answer to that, but I do of a band who has done it. Killed Two Birds, One
If you want something done well, usually the best thing is to do it yourself. Such is the reasoning behind the newly formed Birds Robe – A collective of Sydney musicians brought together by a thirst for something new and exciting. Here at Music Feeds we’re hugely enthusiastic about such collaborations, and so we wanted