In a world where YouTube and Twitter reign supreme, boy-darlings One Direction have some of the fiercest followers, and now their sights are once again set on Melbourne synthpop band Clubfeet. The Aussie act first caught the eye of the band’s voracious social media following after they pointed out similarities between the video for their
Last month, Illusive and Funf Touring announced the launch of their new and exciting travelling indoor dance festival, HOLEANDCORNER, boasting a lineup that featured the likes of Hot Chip DJs and Matthew Dear. Now organisers have added the likes of Tornado Wallace and Clubfeet DJs. In addition to these massive acts, including the exclusive debut
UK boy-band colossus One Direction recently unveiled their latest music video, for the single You & I, which features the 1D members strolling wistfully through the third act of Brighton Rock, and while it means glee for tweens worldwide, Aussie production firm Oh Yeah Wow aren’t quite as overjoyed. As far as they’re concerned, the
The winners of this year’s J Awards have been revealed, with Australian EDM golden boy Flume taking home the big prize. His self-titled album was favourite to win in the category of Album of The Year and it came as a surprise to very few when the final announcement was made. Flume has capped off
In what has to rank as the biggest year since the group’s inception, Clubfeet are maintaining momentum by capping off 2013 with big news. They’ve announced the release of a remix package of their acclaimed album Heirs & Graces, a national DJ tour, plus a J Award nomination to boot. Heirs & Graces: The Remixes
Triple J have this morning announced the nominees for this years J Award for excellence in the field of making a music clip. With such few places on the shortlist, the standards could not have been higher, resulting in a list of 6 bands, and 6 directors who have excelled at their craft. The Paper
New remixes + DOUBLE PASSES to Clubfeet tour to give away!
It’s another case of deja vu for Clubfeet after the indie crew have had the concept for their Everything You Wanted video clip blatantly knocked off by a Turkish artist who didn’t even seem to try and hide the obvious parallels between the two videos. Soner Sarıkabadayı uploaded the video clip for his track Kutsal
If you’re going to write a song about a particular mega-city, you may as well go the whole hog and film the video clip there as well. This was exactly the thought process of Melbourne (via South Africa) crew Clubfeet who flew to Cape Town to shoot the video for their single, which takes its
Melbourne-via-South Africa indie dance sweethearts Clubfeet are hitting the road and bringing their unique brand of synth pop from coast to coast for a run of 10 shows in June and July, presented by Music Feeds, on the back of their brand-new single Cape Town. Cape Town is a joyous salute to the band’s quasi-homeland
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but a straight rip-off ain’t so cool, and a Japanese band has hit rough waters in the last 24 hours after it was discovered that their latest video clip is a solid knock-off of Melbourne crew Clubfeet’s latest clip, Everything You Wanted. The Japanese band, known as
With not too much time left between now and when Tegan & Sara arrive on our shores for their GTM slot, the pair have announced which local flavour they will be injecting into their headlining sideshows. Aussie / South African hybrid outfit Clubfeet is said flavour. By all accounts it seems to be a fairly
Clubfeet have a new album and a new national tour on the way. The upcoming album is titled Heirs & Graces and is set for release Friday, January 18. You can check out the album trailer below and get to know a little about the band and their new LP. The album will feature singles
If 2011 taught me anything, it’s that Clubfeet have never looked so good.
For those unfamiliar with Clubfeet, they are an electro five-piece from parts made of members from Melbourne and Cape town who excel in making tracks that make you put on your dance shoes only to kick them off from excessive dancing.
Just when you were getting bored and tired, Melbourne based group Clubfeet have come to the rescue and announced a snazzy new music/video project titled Gold On Gold.