An octopus by Grimes, a dolphin by Rustie or a sandwich by The Rubens could be yours.
Thank you Sydney – it’s good to be back!
The lineups for Falls Festival and Southbound had everybody salivating when they arrived, with the Lorne leg of the festival already selling out. Now we have been gifted a host of sideshows for those who can’t make it to the festivals or just want to catch their favourite acts more than once. A large number
Along with this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official first lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound 2016 has now been unveiled, with big-name acts such as Disclosure, Bloc Party, Foals, Courtney Barnett, Gary Clark Jr and even ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Elsewhere on the lineup you’ll find Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators,
It’s here — Falls Festival has made its first lineup for its 2015/2016 shenanigans, and has dropped big names like Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and Gary Clark Jr. Other esteemed international acts on Falls’ first lineup announcement include Halsey, Django Django, Kurt Vile And The Violators, Mac DeMarco, Young Fathers , Toro y Moi,
UK indie darlings Django Django have teased plans to return to Australia for some shows around New Year’s Eve and early January 2016, perhaps in time for an appearance at some Aussie summer festivals. Speaking to triple j this afternoon, Django Django drummer and producer David MacLean revealed the band were looking to relive their
While we slept, the great Glastonbury 2013 festival kicked off and, much to the delight of fans, organisers still had a few tricks up their sleeves – help break in the William’s Green Stage were UK indie darlings Alt-J and Django Django who performed secret sets that didn’t stay a secret for long. This was
Whoever was underwriting the public liability insurance attached to the filming of British act Django Django‘s new video Wor must have been a tad nervous – the UK lads have just released the video for the swagger-filled song, featuring several Indian motorists risking their lives in a well of death. While the band themselves are
The Metro is packed. It took me about twenty minutes to get a drink and then another eternity before I could score a spot that would allow me a visual to the stage. I wasn’t aware how popular these guys were; I had heard Default maybe a hundred times on the radio and Storm a
Scottish indie quartet Django Django will return to Australia for the second time in a year to play a run of tour dates on the back of their appearances on the Falls Festival and Field Day lineups.
Cast of Cheers appeared at the ungodly time of 8:30pm to a packed Oxford Art Gallery. They wasted no time delivering a sweltering performance of high-octane angular indie rock, feeding off British elite indie bands like Foals and Bloc Party, not so much in sound (OK, a little in sound) but in the youthful energy
Django Django are undoubtedly one of the more highly anticipated exports for Splendour this year, and after seeing them live, I can confirm the hype is well deserved. Awkwardly shuffling on stage in uniform tie-dyed T-shirts and denim cut-offs, the band gradually built into their opening number with booming percussions, psychedelic synths and lush harmonies
DYI British quartet Django Django (pronounced Jango Jango) have been creating quite a buzz with their experimental tunes and eclectic self-titled debut record. Django Django is due for Australian release on the 23rd March, but you can hear a taste of the album right now! Listen to the full album stream below. We sat down
Django Django (pronounced Jango Jango) is the DYI British quartet that has created quite a buzz with their experimental tunes and eclectic self-titled debut record.