Pond wanna sweep you off your feet.
“Good morning, good day, good night.”
Grouplove’s replacements have been announced.
“No bad attitudes and zero bullshit”
*frantically googles airfares to Barcelona*
And it’s pretty freakin’ nice.
Get them in your ears, stat.
They also have a new album coming out next year.
A full solo album is on the way too.
Gizzfest is back and bigger than ever.
Kev knows how to soothe
Following on from their first announcement last month, WA’s Disconnect Music Festival has just released its second run of artists, with some huge local acts joining the already fully stacked festival. Keeping it local, Perth’s very own beard loving psychedelic collective Pond head up the latest list of artists, joining the likes of Flight Facilities,
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –
Mark Ronson’s Splendour in the Grass sideshow was a who’s who of this year’s hottest Australian acts. Opening the night was Jones Jnr, who only this month released their first EP Step on Sleep, bringing a refreshingly unique sound. Their part hip-hop, part soul, part gospel groove might come across as a bar set too
Are you sick of having to sit through performances from irrelevant and aging musicians like Meatloaf and Sir Tom Jones before the first bounce of an AFL Grand Final? A new petition is begging for your John Hancock, in order to show Grand Final organisers that Australia wants local rockers Pond, King Gizzard & The
Footscray isn’t necessarily the first place you think of when looking for culture. Perhaps better known for best-of editions of The Footy Show’s “Street Talk” than underground arts, the unassuming suburb by the river nevertheless put on a display to be remembered with Saturday’s 2015 edition of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival. The crowds braved the
Perth psych rockers Pond have unveiled the trippy new video for the title track of their sixth studio album, Man, It Feels Like Space Again – the clip band member Jay Watson recently told Music Feeds Pond blew their budget on. Directed and produced by Melbourne based creative duo, Jesse Taylor Smith and Jenna Eriksen,
Perth psych rockers Pond will soon grace the stage of upcoming St Jerome’s Laneway Festivals and have now also announced two extra headline shows for Sydney and Melbourne in celebration of their upcoming new album Man It Feels Like Space Again. Pond will play Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Tuesday, 3rd February, followed by Sydney’s Oxford
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