Miami Horror are back to party.
A pretty awesome “all Australian wineup”.
Aaron Shanahan is going to focus on his own solo project.
Sydney’s annual harbour-side New Year’s Eve debauch Harbour Party NYE has just announced a huge line-up of local talent, taking over Luna Park for some year ending festivities. With a front seat for the fireworks, great local music and best of all, dodgem cars – Harbour Party NYEhas all the ingredients for one hell of
With New Year’s Eve drawing ever closer, Falls Festival and Southbound Festival have announced some very special additions to their year ending parties, with a whole swathe of artists just announced. Leading the ranks of new additions are The Wombats, the indie rock darlings joining the Southbound and Falls Marion Bay and Byron Bay line-ups,
Miami Horror are back with a vengeance, returning from sold out shows across North and South America with a homecoming tour to toast the release of their sophomore album, All Possible Futures. The indie-electronica luminaries will celebrate being back on Australian soil by playing shows across Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Hobart this August,
After much anticipation, Melbourne indietronica outfit Miami Horror will release their new studio album All Possible Futures in April, as the follow-up to their 2010 debut Illumination. The group have shared a brand-new single from the album, titled Love Like Mine, to get fans back into dance mode. Miami Horror’s second album was originally expected
Miami Horror have announced their long-awaited return with new single Wild Motion (Set It Free) and a national tour that kicks off this September. Having recently set up camp in Los Angeles, the Melbourne electro-pop darlings will return for gigs that will see them travelling around the country. After establishing their presence in LA, the
The annual Brisbane Festival has announced its 2014 lineup and it’s jam-packed with 73 productions and 440 performances over just three weeks. Returning this year is the world-famous Spiegeltent, which will host the likes of Phil Jamieson, Andy Bull and the Midnight Juggernauts. Also set to perform intimate sets within the famed ornate wooden tent
After a brief period of drip feeding updates, Organisers behind Groovin The Moo’s danceable sister event The Plot have today pulled back the sheet, unveiling the full line up for their maiden event kicking off in both Sydney and Melbourne this December. These cats have skipped the whole baby steps thing and busted out the
Having conquered the international stage with their unique take on the psychedelic-dance game, Aussie expats Miami Horror have announced they will be releasing new material in the coming months, the first being a shiny new single titled Real Slow, the preview of which can be heard below. According to producer / DJ Benjamin Plant, Real
And to think that the lineup couldn’t get any bigger. Already sporting an impeccable register of acts, including The Flaming Lips, Angus Stone, Two Door Cinema Club, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Hot Chip, SBTRKT and stacks of others, the festival organisers have dropped another massive, Australian-dominated instalment, which will surely remove any doubts from attendee’s
In a recent interview with Music Feeds, local hip hop producer and beatmaker M-Phazes let slip that off the back off his work on Melbourne pop sensation Kimbra‘s album he and the starlet, as well as Miami Horror bassist Josh Moriarty have been working on a cheeky side project, that is as yet unnamed, at
A mounting crowd gathered in Sydney’s Metro Theatre for what was likely to be the last Australian Miami Horror show for 2011. The indie-disco visionaries are relocating to Los Angeles to pursue an international career and begin production on album number two. Opening the show were former-Adelaideans, and former-‘Former Child Stars’, ‘I Know Leopard’, who recently debuted a new line-up and more
Having just returned from an international tour, Adelaide being the first stop of their whirlwind Holidays tour, I reserved my expectations of Melbourne’s indie-electronic four-piece Miami Horror. With Adelaide’s indie scene stalwart DJ Ross Ross Ross and M. Jatzson banging out a plethora of indie party tunes with some golden oldies thrown in (Paul Simon’s
We are one step closer to the release of the highly anticipated album from Miami Horror. Their new single ‘Moon Theory’ will be released digitally on April 16.