Put your leave requests in now.
From the team that brought you A Day On The Green.
Less Slo, more Mo.
An appropriately named B-side to an upcoming single from their new album.
Newcastle’s biggest NYE party is returning for another round.
It’s the most WA artists that have ever played the festival.
A smorgasbord of up-and-coming and established acts, all from Western Australia.
The Living End tackle Chisel, The Delta Riggs cover Tame Impala, San Cisco does Courtney Barnett & more.
The results from triple j’s listeners’ poll are in.
Melbourne Zoo has unveiled the long list of acts who will be performing as part of its series of Twilights concerts in 2016, including the likes of indie-pop outfit San Cisco, Perth rockers Birds Of Tokyo and roots outfit John Butler Trio. Other acts featured on the eclectic 2016 Melbourne Zoo Twilights program include Jebediah,
Even more acts have joined the lineup for Western Australia’s Southbound festival, with two local acts joining the likes of Bloc Party, Foals, Disclosure, Courtney Barnett and more at the 2016 New Year’s event. Fremantle indie pop outfit San Cisco have found themselves a place on the lineup, and will no doubt be touting tune
With their sophomore album Gracetown sitting pretty at number two in the charts after it’s first week on the shelves, San Cisco have just announced a national, regional tour in support of the release. Following on from their barnstorming performance at Splendour in the Grass in July, the band are keen and eager to get
Music-focused artist grant fund The Seed has gathered together an impressive lineup of some of Australia’s finest talent for its first fundraiser in October. Missy Higgins, San Cisco, Emma Louise, Paul Kelly and John Butler will all play at the event which will be held at The Athenaeum Theatre and hosted by triple j’s Zan
The first artist lineup for the Sunshine Coast’s 2015 Caloundra Music Festival has arrived, as it’s led by the likes of Angus & Julia Stone (pictured), Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, indie-pop outfit San Cisco, hip hop group Thundamentals, Josh Pyke and Blue King Brown. The ninth annual Caloundra Music Festival will also feature
Normally when you tell people you’re heading to Groovin, advice comes in thick and fast to rug up and wear wellies. But this weekend Bendigo put on an absolute belter. Amongst the dust, with not a drop of rain in sight, hordes of facial-hair-sprouting, heat-stroke-defying, bucket-hat-wearing music lovers descended on the town’s Prince Of Wales
Some of Australia’s top rock acts have done their country proud. Three local bands have taken out the top three placings in the rock music category of the 2014 International Songwriting Competition (ISC), proving that rock isn’t dead down under. Fremantle four-piece San Cisco took out first place in the rock category with their song
For a couple of years now, San Cisco seemed to have been fading: no new tracks, rare live appearances, and the generation of teenagers who fell in love with the WA quartet’s début single Awkward almost four years ago are leaving their teens behind. The bright young things stopped being so, well, bright, and it
Having announced their second album Gracetown earlier this month, Fremantle four-piece San Cisco are ready to take their latest offering on the road with headline tour dates in April and May around their appearances at Groovin The Moo 2015. San Cisco — that’s Josh, Scarlett, Jordi and Nick — are set to play 14 headline
Fremantle’s San Cisco have served up another jangly new single Too Much Time Together, the latest cut to be taken from their forthcoming sophomore album, Gracetown, due out in Australia on March 6th. The typically sweet-sounding sunny new single actually deals with some pretty dark themes. As frontman Jordi Davieson explains, “This is about people