Sydney’s darling electro band, Ghoul, have split up. In a post on their facebook page, the band have announced that after 4 years they are splitting up. “RIP GHOUL. FEB 2008 – JAN 2012. Thanks for coming to shows, buying CDs and letting us post R&B videos.” The band never made a huge commercial impact
DJ Shadow, confirmed for this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival in Woodford, Queensland, has announced a few sideshows to sate his many Australian fans. DJ Shadow will play three additional shows, with Australia’s own Ghoul as support: Saturday July 30 – Hordern, Sydney, NSW Sunday July 31 – The Palace, St Kilda, QLD Wednesday
Two of Australia’s more interesting emerging bands are teaming up for a brief tour this June. Co-headlining together will be Collarbones and Ghoul. As Mess and Noise report, the two bands will play only three nights together in total, in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. Sydney/Adelaide duo Collarbones are out promoting their album Iconography, while Sydney’s
Opening things up for the night with a DJ set of his own music, local producer Bardeya quickly transformed Manning Bar into a world of menace and intimidation. His music, dark, brooding dubstep inspired electronica, made me feel as though I was likely to be stabbed at any moment, and due more to my state
Ahead of their performance at Double Dragon III this Friday January 21st, Ghoul frontman Ivan Vižintin discusses their forthcoming mini-album Dunks, as well as their plans for their debut LP.
Photo by Mclean Stephenson Sydney’s favourite sons of experimental-electronic-(insert genre)-pop Ghoul have announced that they will be releasing a mini-album, Dunks (a title inspired by a particularly histrionic slam dunk VHS compilation the band had) in January next year on Speak N Spell. They’ve also just leaked a song, 3 Mark, you can listen to
As promised, Cabin Fever returns to the Abercrombie for the second month with a brand new barrel of music-flinging monkeys!
“Fuck Italy man, they lost our bags in Rome and we went without undies for 4 days,”
In this Issue: Exquisite Corpse 1st Birthday, I Like Cats, Ghoul, Danimals
‘Belligerent ghouls run Manchester schools’. If you find yourself as a Ghoul fan, then beware that the name may not be around too much longer.
The question that immediately comes to mind when first listening to this EP is: ‘do androids dream of electric sheep?’ If so, then this would definitely be the sound track that accompanies that very dream. An electronic soundboard manages to fuse itself in with a variation of genres including even the rarely heard, but largely