“Sugar Mountain is a music festival for people who don’t always enjoy music festivals.”
The Dirty Three
The 2016 Sydney Festival program has been released into the wild, boasting a healthy serving of music from acts like The Flaming Lips, Dirty Three and Joanna Newsom. Psych-rock icons The Flaming Lips are headlining Sydney Festival’s free and all-ages 2016 launch party as part of Summer Sounds in The Domain, in a show which
Sugar Mountain has unleashed the stellar lineup taking to Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts in January 2016, featuring the likes of British electro outfit Hot Chip, Aussie rockers Dirty Three and homegrown hero Courtney Barnett. International acts such as Empress Of, Viet Cong and Julio Bashmore will also be heading down under for the
Iconic Australian three piece Dirty Three will be releasing their new album Toward The Low Sun this Friday, the first since 2005′s Cinder. Toward The Low Sun was produced by Casey Rice and Dirty Three in Melbourne. The album is not a cosy, nice-to-be-back, return to the comfort zone, however, there is an energy and
The final WOMADelaide 2012 line-up has been announced. This year’s milestone event in Adelaide’s Botanic Park from 9-12 March will see festival favourites and some of the biggest names from all over the world join the music celebration. Announced on the final lineup include Dirty Three, Pajama Club and over 19 more artists. Joing them
Iconic Australian three piece Dirty Three have just announced details of a new album, the follow up to 2005’s Cinder. The band, made up of guitarist Mick Turner, drummer Jim White and violinist Warren Ellis, who some of you may know better as a member of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Grinderman, will
The Dirty Three have announced Australian and New Zealand tour dates in March 2012 on the back of a new album, which will be released in February. The tour will have them doing their own headlining shows, festival appearances and their first ever performance at the Sydney Opera House. The trio consists of Australian rock
The Dirty Three will play Sydney Opera House Concert Hall on Wednesday 21 March. The trio consists of Australian rock stalwart Warren Ellis, guitarist Mick Turner and drummer Jim White. Formed in Melbourne in 1991, this violin-led trio has earned an international fan base through years of relentless touring and spellbinding live performances. Playing live
Some bad news for Brisbane fans hoping to see UK outfit Echo & The Bunnymen at that leg of the national Laneway festival tour on Friday.
Well Laneway have done it again. Following this year’s extravaganza led by post-mash-up maestro Girl Talk, the festival’s organsiers have gone ahead and set their sights high, pulling the legendary Echo & The Bunnymen to headline the festivites.
Trying to describe the experience that was All Tomorrow’s Parties New York 2009 is a thoroughly frustrating task. It’s like trying to finally win that person you’ve been in love with for years. You want to pour out all you’re feelings, tell them how you’ve loved them for so long, and all the times you