He’s also given us an acoustic rendition of his track ‘Recover.’
“I like Katy Perry as well, by the way. There is zero irony.”
Fractures is taking his debut album on the road.
“Maybe I tried a bit hard to please all people and ultimately I’m the one who has gotta play it every time I play a gig.”
Even mother nature put on a show.
Melbourne Zoo has unveiled the long list of acts who will be performing as part of its series of Twilights concerts in 2016, including the likes of indie-pop outfit San Cisco, Perth rockers Birds Of Tokyo and roots outfit John Butler Trio. Other acts featured on the eclectic 2016 Melbourne Zoo Twilights program include Jebediah,
Sydney’s 2016 Twilight At Taronga music program has been unveiled, with super-talented acts like Courtney Barnett, Josh Pyke, Birds Of Tokyo, John Butler Trio and The Waifs to perform near the homes of some super-cute Aussie animals. Other acts set to perform against Taronga Zoo’s harbour views next year include Missy Higgins, Björn Again, Violent
Each Friday the Music Feeds team pick their favourite newish tunes from the past couple of weeks, wrap them up in a bunch of words, and present it you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Black Vanilla – Slug Electronic Sydney trio Black Vanilla are back… vanilla… with a brand-new single called Slug. The sparse and tight
Today’s Tour Guide is bringing you a fresh mix of artists spanning a broad range of genres, each just bursting with talented young Aussies. Kicking things off is the latest jaunt from the mighty Jackie Onassis, the first live tour from Triple J‘s own KLP, and a quick run from talented Melburnian Fractures. Jackie Onassis
The nominees for this year’s Carlton Dry $50,000 Global Music Grant have been announced during the BIGSOUND Music Conference in Brisbane, with a mix of local artists in the running for the prize. From over 100 artists and bands who applied, the five acts named on the shortlist are Melbourne’s beloved Smith Street Band, Canberra
It’s something of a Melbourne-themed Tour Guide today, folks. We’ve got tour news from three of Melbourne’s finest young talents: Daniel Merriweather, who’s announced a one-off hometown show, Yeo, who’ll soon share stages with Peking Duk, and a tour from Splendour-bound Fractures. Daniel Merriweather One-Off Melbourne Show Melbourne native Daniel Merriweather will return to his
Melbourne troubadour Fractures, real name Mark Zito, has unveiled a very special live and acoustic performance of his track Embers. In this live performance, aided by a sparse arrangement of keyboard and guitar, Fractures manages to not only capture the beauty of the recorded version, but expand on it. Last year, Fractures played his first
Five-piece indie-pop dreamers Snakadaktal will be hitting the ground running in 2014, dropping their new EP The Sun II on 3rd January and then setting off for some headlining shows at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory and Melbourne’s Howler. The Melbourne-based band are no strangers to the busy schedule. They released their debut LP Sleep In
In keeping with their reputation for showcasing the best up-and-coming live talent in the country with a strictly ‘friends of friends’ policy, the line-up for The Hills Are Alive 2014 has just been announced and it is looking once again like being a pretty damn-special event, for those eligible to attend that is. Line-up highlights
Encouraged by the release of the video feature for his maiden single Twisted, Melbourne’s Fractures has announced his first ever headlining show. The musical identity of singer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Zito, Fractures will be performing at The Toff In Town Thursday, 20th June. Twisted, however, is ready to rock now. The track demonstrates serious restraint