Sydney-born singer-songwriter and certified jet-setter Jonathan Boulet is proving himself quite the chameleon of the music world. He followed-up his deliciously smooth debut with a vibrant and explosive sophomore effort, and now on new album Gubba, he’s getting experimental. Gubba is the result of the artist’s very own ‘Berlin era,’ on which Jonathan embarked after
Sydney native Jonathan Boulet will celebrate the release of his highly awaited new album, Gubba, with a string of tour dates this August, following the release of the new album on Friday, 18th July. The Gubba Tour will see Boulet take over venues in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane. Following a European tour and a
Following a European tour and a string of performances at last year’s SXSW conference, Sydney native Jonathan Boulet relocated to Germany, divesting himself of his band and of any semblance of a plan. He’s now returned with a swag of new tunes, branded Gubba. You’re likely asking yourself just who or what Gubba is and
Last week Jonathan Boulet performed his last Australian show for a while. Playing before friends in his home town of Sydney, Boulet will now be travelling overseas to perform at SXSW and tour the States before settling in Europe to work on his next album. It was an impressive 2012 for Boulet, releasing his stellar
Jonathan Boulet has announced that he’ll be playing his last Australian show for quite some time in a one-off, intimate performance later this month. Aptly titled Last Show For A While, the Sydney musician will be performing at Goodgod Small Club on Thursday, 21st February from 8pm. Presented by Modular, the show will be Boulet’s
Though their life together as a band was brief, Sydney outfit Parades certainly managed to cover a lot of ground. However, the band have announced today via Facebook that they will no longer be continuing to make music as Parades. In the announcement, after declaring that “Parades is no longer…”, the band were sure to
In celebration of the 30th anniversary since Icehouse’s Great Southern Land hit the airwaves, Tourism Australia has invited a small crowd of buzzworthy Australian artists to breathe new life into the unofficial anthem.
There’s something about Jonathan Boulet’s ability to tell stories that has a horde of followers captivated. It could be his dark scales, ominous progression or deeply vulnerable subject matter. However, one thing’s for sure, when you put them all together, the impact on the listener is long lasting. Now with his latest offering We Keep
Remix of the second single off Jonathan Boulet’s forthcoming sophomore album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart.
Having recently performed his showcase at Vivid LIVE Sydney Festival, Jonathan Boulet caught up with Music Feeds to chat about his latest offering We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart. Boulet explains his choice of album titles, his creative process and the excessive use of firearms in his latest
Sydney’s Jonathan Boulet has released the video for first single This Song is Called Ragged, taken from his forthcoming album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart, which is due out on 8th June. The video was shot in Australia, and directed by first-time music video director Peanut. The
Second single off Jonathan Boulet’s forthcoming sophomore album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart out June worldwide via Modular Recordings.
Following on from his self-titled debut record, Jonathan Boulet’s new album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart is now set for release on the 8th of June through Modular. You can listen to the first taste from the album, Trounce, along with the full tracklisting below. We Keep
Following on from his self-titled debut record, Jonathan Boulet’s new album We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart will be released in June, 2012 on Modular Recordings. His debut Jonathan Boulet was recorded, played, sung, produced and mixed by a 21-year-old Sydney native in his parent’s garage. You can
The John Steel Singers are teaming up with fellow Australian artist Jonathan Boulet for a joint headline tour cleverly named ‘The Here’s Johnny Tour’ this March and April. The John Steel Singers recently managed to get #52 on