Having already announced the likes of Charles Bradley, Husky, and The Frowning Clouds for its inaugural lineup, the organisers of Panama Festival have expanded further with names like Saskwatch, Super Wild Horses, Holy Holy, and The Babe Rainbow added to the bill. Melburnian arbiters of soul, Saskwatch will be heading down to the Lone Star
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Sydney venue Carriageworks has just announced that it will play host to At First Sight a new one day music event, which includes live performances from an illustrious list of indie bands and djs as well as a record fair populated by Sydney’s best independent record stores, labels and private dealers. The lineup of live
Melbourne partners in crime Amy Franz and Hayley McKee, who have found considerable traction making and playing music under the guise of Super Wild Horses have emerged from the studio, new album in hand and will be hitting the road in support of Crosswords. The pair have risen high atop the wave of support currently
Austin Texas’ YellowFever, otherwise known as Jennifer Moore and Adam Jones, are doing big things for such a small band, both musically and in a larger sense. The two piece, who lost their third member after the release of their self-titled debut in 2009, have not only put together an impressive, multi-instrument juggling live show,
On the verge of releasing their first 12″, Nell Greco sat down with Hayley McKee and Amy Franz from Super Wild Horses after their set at Meredith’s Golden Plains Festival to talk whiskey, vinyl and plain ol’ girly punk music.