Melbourne’s noise-pop, dance-enthusiasts Rat vs Possum’s second album Let Music & Bodies Unite is officially out and to celebrate the band are hitting the road to launch its release throughout the East Coast.
Rat Vs Possum
Since releasing their debut album Daughter Of Sunshine in 2010, Melbourne’s Rat vs Possum have been slowly but surely creeping their way further and further into the popular consciousness. Their music, and ever evolving exploration of pop influences and experimental practices, is written completely democratically, with all members contributing ideas and building off each other.
So this is hardly your standard news piece, but having just returned from a financially ill-fated trip to Melbourne over the weekend, I felt it was important to share one of the few highlights, Brooklyn’s Aa (pronounced Big A little a). Playing this tour with two percussionists and a singer/live electronics maestro, these guys make
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Frontier Touring Company has announced the withdrawal of Seekae from Sleigh Bells’ January 2011 Sydney and Melbourne shows. Melbourne band Rat Vs Possum have stepped in to fill the support spot for Sleigh Bells in Melbourne at the Prince Bandroom on Friday 7th January and in Sydney at The Forum
Melbourne’s tribal-psych quartet Rat Vs Possum are bringing their tropical glitter circus to Sydney for the first time, as part of Bloggers’ Delight, presented by Who The Hell Are They at Mum @ World Bar on Friday 25th September