One last hurrah.
The Peep Tempel
You bet your sweet ass.
Frontman Blake Scott talks about his creative process, taking on the Reclaim Australia movement and why Australia is a difficult place to be creative.
#1 Dads, Courtney Barnett, Hermitude and Vance Joy head up the nominations for the 2015 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards. The full list of noms has been revealed for the 10th annual event, which is scheduled to take place in Melbourne this October, with the above artists and Chet Faker all contending for the coveted
The glistening sun, clear blue sky and fresh green grass made for a perfect environment as far as Richard in Your Mind were concerned. The psychedelically-tinged quintet provided a lush set to kick off the day, becoming particularly prophetic for many when they whipped out Hammered, with its key lyric, “Me and my baby get
Melbourne three-piece The Peep Tempel will be heading to Sydney’s FBi Social in celebration of their self-titled debut album this March 10th.
Melbourne three-piece The Peep Tempel will be launching their self-titled debut album this February 17 at Northcote Social Club. A collection of vignettes inspired by the grime of everyday life, The Peep Tempel is a frenzy of concise riffs and incisive lyricism that goes for the jugular.