Directed by the guy behind ‘Are You The One?’ and ‘My People’.
Alongside some big Aussie electronic acts.
Back with a banger.
The Presets are going “old school”.
It could be done as early as October.
Beyond The Valley comes good after promising its “biggest” lineup yet.
It’s a big’n.
Headlined by Alison Wonderland, The Presets and Bernard Fanning.
“LOCKOUTS AREN’T THE ANSWER. We need our freedom back this isn’t footloose.”
ANZAC long weekend plans sorted.
The musos have suggested moving Australia Day to another day.
“NSW is starting to become a little hard to swallow.”
Australian electronic power-duo The Presets have been announced as the keynote speakers for this year’s Vivid youth music conference, FEEDBACK. The pair have been selected to take up the role after Soundwave promoter AJ Maddah gave the keynote speech last year. FEEDBACK is an annual youth-centric music conference co-hosted by all-ages entertainment group Indent and
It feels like there’s a lot of sadness in the Australian air this morning, but The Presets have been able to highlight the silver lining on a very grey cloud hanging over us. After coming out swinging against the death penalty earlier this week, the group’s Julian Hamilton has paid tribute to drug traffickers Andrew
Sydney electro duo The Presets have apologised for “getting personal” in their emotional comments to fans yesterday, but have reiterated their stance against against the impending execution of convicted Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. “OK. Obviously that all got a bit out of control yesterday. I feel strongly about this issue
Aussie electro duo The Presets have come out swinging against the death penalty, showing support for the families of Bali Nine duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, whose execution has been set for this week. Posting to Facebook in the early hours of Sunday morning, The Presets’ Julian and/or Kim shared their strong opinion on
Aussie artists Megan Washington, Josh Pyke, Rob Hirst of Midnight Oil, Glenn Richards of Augie March, and Julian Hamilton of The Presets are set to perform at Music For Mercy, a Sydney concert and candlelit vigil conceived by Australian artist Ben Quilty, set to take place on Thursday, 29th January in support of convicted Bali