Sydney four-piece Made in Japan first made their highly melodic and pop-drenched take on indie rock known with last year’s Sights and Sounds. The band have returned with their sophomore effort, Tame All Those Thoughts and are offering Music Feeds readers the exclusive opportunity for a first listen before its release this Friday. The new
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A couple of weeks out from the Friday, 1st November release date of their impending LP Tame All Those Thoughts, Sydney-based outfit Made In Japan have announced two headlining performances to officially launch the album. The team have split things evenly between Melbourne and Sydney, locking in one show for each city. To say the
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Off the back of their performance at UK’s Great Escape Festival 2013, Made In Japan have revealed the first sample of their forthcoming sophomore album. A tasty ditty by the name of Follow The Fool has been made available to the world and is sure to have you itching for the full release. The track
Bondi’s Beach Road Hotel, known for its first-class free gigs, upheld its reputation with an exceptional performance by Van She last night. Supported by triple j Unearthed band Made in Japan, and cheery Swimwear, Van She promoted the release of their second album Idea of Happiness, which they engineered themselves in the notorious Kings Cross.
Made In Japan are no strangers to Music Feeds’ readers having received glowing positive reviews and their fair share of controversy. The good news is that’s all behind them and the boys have a brand spanking new album to unleash to the music public. Their sound resonates a lot with the Sydney crowd and their
Mmmmm… the Raval, upstairs at the Macquarie Hotel in Surry hills is an intimate space catering to a small amount of people – the lucky few – who were in for a great night of music. First up on stage was Made in Japan – a slightly awkward all boy quartet whose music could’ve been
James from Made In Japan took a few moments to have a chat to Music Feeds about what’s been happening in Made In Japan’s universe and gives us the low down on their gig at MUM at World Bar this Friday night.
We’ve decided to keep this post on the site in order to clarify a few things with regard to our decision to post it in the first place.
After effectively dropping off the face of the planet for the last six months, Sydney’s own Made In Japan are signalling their triumphant return to music on Friday 9th April with a gig at Spectrum.
Another week, another bunch of great gigs. What more can I say? If you think there’s something on that we’ve missed, feel free to add it to the comments at the bottom.
Well dear readers, the weekend is once again over (for at least four or five days) and the weather bureau is warning of
Made in Japan is a statement appropriate to so many of us.
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It seems Made in Japan either have a lot of friends and relatives or word has spread quickly of their music