Just days after wrapping up an Australian tour.
“This music you hear on the radio is made by people like me… It’s not a big, shiny machine, it’s human beings. “
“AUSTRALIA! It’s been too long!”
One of the best things about triple j’s Like A Version is that it gives you an excuse to enjoy embarrassing songs under the pretense that it’s being covered by a ‘legitimate’ artist (Sparkadia’s cover of Belinda Carlisle’s Summer Rain anyone?)
The Music Feeds’ staff have been busy all day at St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in Sydney, conducting interviews, taking photos and uploading live reviews.
Chairlift singer, Caroline Polachek has come face to face with her “biggest” fan during a show in New York City.
Brooklyn indie electro-pop duo Chairlift will return to Australia next year to do some tour dates on the back of their appearance on the St Jerome’s Lanway 2012 line-up in January and February. Members Caroline Polachek and Patrick Wimberly first captured the attention of international listeners with their breakout single Bruise and debut record Does
New York’s purveyors of tongue in cheek synth-pop, Chairlift, announce a co-headline tour with fellow Brooklyn-ites The Phenomenal Handclap Band. Catch both acts in a huge double headline bill on Saturday 2 January at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne, and Thursday 7 January at the Manning Bar in Sydney.