The Dandy Warhols
Bringing for the first time their brand new record ‘Distortland’
I think just being a fairly fucked up person is the only inspiration for songwriting.
Even as a long time Dandy Warhols fan, I have to admit the last decade of their career has been fairly patchy. Ever since the release of Odditorium Or Warlords Of Mars, the band has spent a lot of album space exploring the experimental realms of their songwriting and delivering said records with a resounding
Here’s a whole lot more Splendour to shove in your Grass. Just when you thought Splendour In The Grass 2015 couldn’t get any bigger, they’ve gone and dropped not one but TWO monster pre-party lineups that look like this. Byron Bay and Brisbane will both get a piece of the action this year, with the
After selling out all four of their planned Melbourne shows, neo-psych impressionists The Dandy Warhols have added another extension to their upcoming Australian tour, announcing they will play one extra show at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel this September. This is the first time an international band has done five shows at the iconic venue. The Dandys
Capitalising on the massive response to their recent tour announcement and after selling out all three of their planned Melbourne shows, neo-psych impressionists The Dandy Warhols have announced yet another extension to their upcoming Australian tour. The We Used To Be Friends hit-makers are touring in celebration of the 13th anniversary of their album, Thirteen
Following a massive response to the Dandy Warhols‘ recent tour announcement, which according to the band saw their Melbourne Corner Hotel show on Tuesday, 26th August sell out “in under 90 minutes,” the neo-psych veterans have announced the addition of a second Melbourne show. “Dang, Melbourne, you continue to amaze… nicely done,” the band wrote
Portland’s indie rock favourites The Dandy Warhols are heading back to Australia, with Courtney Taylor-Taylor and company today announcing they’ll be gracing our shores this August as promised, playing shows around the nation. The much-loved quirky quartet have released a massive eight studio albums since their 1995 debut Dandys Rule OK, producing a string of
Frequent visitors to our crystal shores, neo-psych impressionists The Dandy Warhols have revealed via Twitter that they will be heading back Down Under in 2014. The band are currently touring in celebration of the 13th anniversary of their album, Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia. The We Used To Be Friends hit-makers were here last year
Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, the new Dandy Warhols’ album is available to be streamed until its release date on April 24th. Their ninth studio album, This Machine consists of eleven tracks and is available through the kind folks at Rolling Stone Magazine from now until the album’s release.
The beauty of social media is once again shining through with the Dandy Warhols tweeting that they will be touring Australia in the fall. The band tweeted a response to Anton Newcombe, frontman of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, telling him that they would be adding more gigs to their already busy schedule. Anton Newcombe will
Can The Dandy Warhols ever go wrong, really. Listening to the new offering from these indie greats, This Machine, is like coming home to a hot chocolate and a comfy couch with a bum groove in it on a winter’s evening – my fancy way of saying, the awesomeness you would expect of The Dandy
The Dandy Warhols have released a new single named Well Now They’re Gone, taken from their upcoming new album This Machine, which will be released on the 24th of April. This Machine was announced while the band were playing at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney last year, also debuting two new songs Seti vs. The
The Dandy Warhols will be back to tour Australia this May. The Dandy Warhols first came to international attention in 1997 with the world’s catchiest anti-heroin song, Not If You Were The Last Junkie On Earth. However it was their brilliant third album Thirteen-tales-from-urban-bohemia that catapulted them into the stratosphere. Alternative Press called Bohemia “a
With a career spanning almost twenty years and six studio albums under their belt to document their journey, The Dandy Warhols have become a household name in rock.