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Hot on the heels of their dates with Montaigne.
With some special guests in tow.
“What better way to round off a tour than with a hometown show?”
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After a sell-out event in February, Mountain Sounds Festival is returning in 2016, and has just dropped its first lineup, which includes The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., Melbourne indie outfit Alpine, dance trio Art vs Science and the event’s headliners, The Jezabels. Other acts announced on Mountain Sounds’ first 2016 lineup include English electronic
Sydney rockers Gang of Youths should be playing stadiums. That’s not to say that closing the second night of the hallowed BIGSOUND Live isn’t a honour, but this group is more than ready for the big time. Selling out shows across the country touring their Top 5 debut The Positions, all this band’s hype is
Sydney’s free Surry Hills Festival has made its second lineup announcement for 2015, dropping names like local indie-pop outfit I Know Leopard (pictured), reggae/funk/soul group Lyre Byrdland and indie-rockers The Civilians. Other new additions to the 2015 Surry Hills Festival lineup include singer-songwriter Lucy Lowe and the 10-piece High Top Brass Band, who join the
Sydney indie-pop outfit I Know Leopard have had a pretty spectacular start to 2015, taking out the Unearthed comp to open Sydney’s Laneway festival, and a hugely well-received Like A Version performance of TLC’s Waterfalls earning them a slew of new fans. Today the quartet release tasty dream-pop track Close My Eyes and Music Feeds
Sydney dream-pop masters I Know Leopard stopped by the triple j studios this Friday morning for Like A Version and delivered a healthy dose of ’90s nostalgia, performing a cover of TLC’s Waterfalls. The Sydney outfit gave the smooth r’n’b hit a more celestial and atmospheric feel, with the sounds of the violin coupled with
Laneway Festival 2015 just got even bigger. Five winners of this year’s triple j Unearthed competition have been added to the festival bill, with each act set to perform exclusively at individual legs of the festival. 17-year-old singer and producer Olivia McCarthy, aka JOY, has been added to the Brisbane leg of Laneway 2015. McCarthy
Plenty of action happening in the latest instalment of Music Feeds Tour Guide, with new dates announced by psych-jug outfit The Perch Creek Family Jugband, the ethereal Morning Harvey, indie-pop masters I Know Leopard, the talented Summer Flake, and the acclaimed Hayden Calnin. The Perch Creek Family Jugband Jumping On The Highwire Album Launch Tour
Sydney dream-pop purveyors I Know Leopard have returned with their second single Hold This Tight, and readers can catch the song’s music video premiere right here on Music Feeds. The track is a cut from the band’s forthcoming debut EP Illumina, due out later this year. It was written as a tribute to the friendships