“Retro pop and modern indie collide like colours on a splatter canvas in Dappled Cities’ sublime new LP.”
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For sure ‘That Sound’ of Summer (even though it’s almost winter)
Tasmanian music festival Party In The Paddock has revealed the first round of acts for its 2015 lineup. Headlining next year’s event will be The Beautiful Girls, sharing the bill with Allday, Jinja Safari, Dune Rats, and The Smith Street Band. Helping round out the lineup, which is stacked with quality local talent from top
The full lineup for Illawarra’s first annual boutique music and arts festival, The Farmer & The Owl, has been announced, offering antipodean music fans the chance to see an epic lineup including The Drones, Dappled Cities, The Laurels, Glass Towers, Surf City and many, many more! Set to take over the University of Wollongong on
For 35 years straight, the streets of Newtown, Sydney have exploded with action during Newtown Festival and 2013 will be no different, with Dappled Cities, NZ’s Home Brew and The Snowdroppers all set to grace the stages at Camperdown Park. Come Sunday, 10th November some 20 odd acts will be performing across 3 stages at
Performing live from 10:30am AEST!
It’s hard to believe it’s been a decade of Dappled Cities but lo and behold the Sydney band are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, and now they’ve announced a couple of club shows in Sydney and Melbourne to keep the party kicking on. After the grandeur of their Sydney Festival performance earlier this year,
Sydney’s loved-up community station FBi Radio has pulled back the sheet, revealing the 100 most played artists of 2012. Following in the footsteps of ARIA and triple j, who have released similar lists, FBi’s collection stands alone from the other two, strongly reflecting the tastes of their listenership as well as their unwavering dedication to
Sydney’s own Dappled Cities will be doing a run of Australian tour dates on the back of their fourth studio album Lake Air. This will be their first national headline tour in more than 2 years. They’ll be visiting most capital cities around the country, including two shows in Darwin. Fans who are excited about
Lake Air is the long-awaited fourth album by indie rock band, Dappled Cities. It has been three years since we’ve heard any new music from the Sydney-based quintet, and the boys are sure to avoid any disappointment. Dappled Cities launched Lake Air in June, alongside musical guests, Bluejuice, Megan Washington, Palms and Catcall. In an
Sydney rock-pop band Dappled Cities are all set to release their fourth studio album Lake Air on August 3rd, 2012. So far the indie five-piece have unleashed the striking lead single Run With The Wind, which if anything to go by, means fans are in for a special record. Although no official tracklist has been
On the eve before winter, not even drizzling rain or impending cold could affect the spring I had in my step. After only catching their last three songs when they supported Death Cab in February, and with the recent hype of their new single, I was definitely keen to see Dappled Cities live once more.
Death Cab For Cutie will arrive here in just under two weeks from now, to start their tour of Australia & NZ on the back of their latest album Codes and Keys. They’ve now confirmed Sydney group Dappled Cities as the Australian tour support in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. Last November following on from
Dappled Cities have remixed The Cairos latest single We All Buy Stars. You can download it now for free, from their Facebook page. We All Buy Stars is the latest offering from the former JJJ Unearthed competition winners, and takes inspiration from cult novelist Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, a tale involving a porn star, a cage
Sydney’s own Dappled Cities have announced two very special headline shows today – Melbourne on the 17th November at Phoenix Public House, and in Sydney on the 2nd December at The Standard. You can also see them on the Harvest Festival line-up, which have them playing alongside the likes of Portishead, Flaming Lips and The