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Deep Sea Arcade, Lime Cordiale and more are on board for the one year anniversary party.
Mountain Sounds Festival takes place in NSW’s Mount Penang Parklands this Saturday, and organisers have now unveiled official set times and a festival map alongside news that Sydney band Deep Sea Arcade have been added to the lineup alongside some competition winners. Deep Sea Arcade will be headlining the festival’s Jungle Stage, but will clash
The lineup for a new environmental awareness event, Rock For The Reef, has been announced and is led by the likes of blues and roots musician Ash Grunwald, indie five piece Deep Sea Arcade and rockers The Medics. Due to take place at Brisbane’s Powerhouse this November, Rock For The Reef hopes to raise awareness
Here we go again, BIGSOUND Day Two. Everyone was looking a little worse for wear, with heavy eyes and heads after the massive night before. Nevertheless, everybody was ready to rumble, eagerly awaiting a lineup of big names and an evening of clashes galore. The first artist that anyone could get near was Eves. The
Sydney indie five piece Deep Sea Arcade have announced they will hit the stage at Newtown Hotel on Saturday 7th of June for a free gig in their hometown at the tail end of their recent east coast tour supporting Temples. Having spent a solid stint soaking up the London music scene and taking to
UK psychedelic up-and-comers Temples have announced their first Australian tour, which will kick off at The Zoo in Brisbane this May, before travelling down the East Coast for shows in Sydney and Melbourne. The band will be joined by fellow indie-psych outfit and Sydney locals Deep Sea Arcade. Temples — singer/guitarist James Edward Bagshaw, bassist
Conquerers of the international indie scene Deep Sea Arcade have unveiled the official video for their current single Black Cat and not a minute too soon, given the blissed-out psychedelic wake left from their recent run of headlining Australian tour dates. Through various international festival slots, support slots and headlining shows, Deep Sea Arcade have
Having spent the better part of the past 12 months holed up in a London studio, Sydney indie heroes Deep Sea Arcade have announced that they will be heading home just in time for the release of their brand-new single Black Cat, which will be supported by a national run of headlining shows. The full-length
Sydney community radio darlings FBi have today announced the short list of outstanding creative figures nominated for the 5th Sydney Music, Art & Culture (SMAC) Awards for 2013. Out of all the below catagories, the individuals and groups selected share the common denominator of creatively invigorating the city. leaving their finger prints on our community
You’d be hard pressed to find a band who has captured 2012 in the same manner as Sydney 5-piece Deep Sea Arcade. Continuing to ride the wave of success kicked up from their March release Outlands, the band has announced plans to pack the van and kick it into tour mode. It’s safe to say
All last week Music Feeds featured Brisbane indie outfit The Cairos’ new EP Colours Like Features. Now, to celebrate the EP’s official release, The Cairos are returning to the road for not one, not two, but three different supporting tours.
Sydney indie group Deep Sea Arcade have released their new single Steam in preparation for their debut album Outlands, which is set for release on Ivy League Records on March 9, 2012. In an effort to reach their fans directly, Deep Sea Arcade has made the new single available to stream for all those who
Sydney five-piece Deep Sea Arcade will hit the road in November in support of their brand new single Girls, the first cut from their debut album Outlands, which will be released on Ivy League Records in 2012.
If the Big Day Out isn’t your thing with the fluoro singlets, the southern cross tattoos and the bazillion people all crammed together – then i’m happy to announce an alternative gig to statisfy you on Australia Day. Purple Sneakers are putting on an extra-special Big Night In with Ghostwood, Sooners and Kate & Max.
If you haven’t already heard, Deep Sea Arcade are hitting both the road and the beach this summer in a co-headline tour with fellow surficianados Surf City from New Zealand. The two bands will duel it up along the east coast throughout February 2011 and with both bands drawing inspiration from classic surf music it’s
Deep Sea Arcade will be teaming up with NZ’s Surf City this February for a rollicking co-headline tour along Australia’s sunny east coast. With both bands drawing heavily from the tradition of good old surf music it makes sense that most of these shows will be rooted in lustrous beach-side locations. Following from the success
The promoters of Canberra’s Stonefest have announced that both The Panics and Cloud Control will no longer be appearing at the October 30 event to be held at the University of Canberra.
Indie darlings Deep Sea Arcade are on an exciting, career defining path. If Wednesday’s packed out showcase is anything to go by, I assume Music Feeds isn’t the only place you’ll be reading, watching or hearing about these hot-tipped Sydney kats over the coming weeks. Oxford Arts Factory was bursting at the seams as a