Legendary Californian label Stones Throw (the home of Madlib, J Dilla, Mayer Hawthorne and Dam Funk) have just announced the release details of the debut album from our very own Music Feeds favourite Jonti (formerly Danimals), with the album, entitled Twirligig, due for release October 18th. The label’s first Australian signing, Jonti’s music blends together
Featuring members of Danimals, Whipped Cream Chargers, Domeyko/Gonzalez, Dead China Doll, and others depending on the night you catch them, PING! are a super-group made up of a rotating line-up of local artists, dedicated to creating music on the spot for one off performances never to be repeated. Formed during Arkestra’s residency at OAF Gallery
Presented by PING! and featuring members of Danimals, Whipped Cream Chargers, Domeyko/Gonzalez, Dead China Doll, Nhomea, Warhorse, Arkestra, Disco Club and more, Deuscht Bag, an upcoming night of krautrock inspired improvisation will be taking over the Excelsior in Surry Hills this coming Wednesday the 22nd of Sept.
Danimals creator Jonti Danilewitz discusses his new live band, returning to Sydney from New York and the band’s upcoming one-off special performance of collaborative piece Rainy Day at Eclipse Festival.
Having recently become the first Australian artist to sign with renowned US label Stones Throw Records, Danimals brings his live show to Sydney for a one-off headline show.
Fresh off the plane from New York City after working with Mark Ronson, Santigold, Sean Lennon & more, Tooheys Extra Dry: The Lab winners and SMAC award nominated Danimals return to Sydney
Metronomy are returning to Australia joining the likes of The Rapture, Junior Boys, Lady Sovereign and many more to form part of the huge Parklife 2009 line-up.
Well lads, ladettes and non-gender specifics, it’s Monday afternoon and for most of you out there that probably means four more solid days of work before the weekend winds around again.
“We’ve had a bit of a vote and decided that Danimals is probably more marketable,” Jonti Danilewitz, founder of Danimals tells me.
In this Issue: Exquisite Corpse 1st Birthday, I Like Cats, Ghoul, Danimals
Danimals sound like peanut butter with sherbet sparkles. Their looped tunes are twinkly and smooth, reminding me of Play School and Radiohead.