One last show at The Curtain.
“‘A Seat at the Table’ is more than an album. It’s a diary, a confessional, a body of work, a piece of art.”
Get these tunes in your earholes, stat.
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
Melbourne’s brand-new boutique festival The Bureau has announced its impressive inaugural lineup, featuring the likes of ‘the screaming eagle of soul’ Charles Bradley and homegrown talents Saskwatch and Andy Bull. Other acts named on the first-ever The Bureau lineup include Tasmanian singer-songwriter Asta, “Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio” Cookin’ On 3 Burners and local
Melbourne indie-pop legends Saskwatch are riding high at the moment, having just released their third full-length Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, and to celebrate, came into Music Feeds LIVE studio to record some acoustic delicious musical goodies for you and have a chat to us all about the new album and more. Chatting
Melbourne indie-pop legends Saskwatch are riding high at the moment, having just released their third full-length Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, and to celebrate, came into Music Feeds LIVE studio to record some acoustic delicious musical goodies for you! One of their most touching new tracks from the album, Your Drug goes right
Melbourne indie-pop legends Saskwatch are riding high at the moment, having just released their third full-length Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, and to celebrate, came into Music Feeds LIVE studio to record some acoustic delicious musical goodies for you! One of their self-professed favourites off the album, Down The Stairs is a delicious
Melbourne indie-pop legends Saskwatch are riding high at the moment, having just released their third full-length Sorry I Let It Come Between Us, and to celebrate, are heading into the Music Feeds LIVE studio to stream their delicious musical goodies straight to you! Having kicked off the year with an Aussie tour and an appearance
Yours & Owls is back for its biggest year yet. The fifth instalment of the Wollongong music and arts festival has just dropped the lineup for 2015, which includes the likes of The Preatures, Cloud Control, The Delta Riggs and The Rubens. This year’s event has also chucked a Soundwave and expanded into a two-day
Melbourne band Saskwatch have a flurry of news for fans, announcing their third album, dropping the video for the first single and revealing dates for an east coast tour. The band’s third album will be called Sorry I Let It Come Between Us and its single I’ll Be Fine has been given the video treatment
The Great Escape – the UK festival which prides itself on supporting exciting new artists – will be graced by a strong Aussie contingent in 2015, thanks in part to the efforts of the Australian music development initiative Sounds Australia. A variety of Australian talent will spend a day at the British seaside for the
This Australia Day public holiday The Rocks precinct in Sydney will be transformed into a live music hub featuring free performances from some of Australia’s best bands and entertainers including Thelma Plum, Saskwatch and Dustin Tebbutt. From midday to early evening on Monday 26th January the precinct will come alive with live performances and events.
The 2015 lineup has been announced for the Australia Day Weekend Fundraiser Shows, and it is a cracker. The Reverence Hotel and The Corner Hotel in Melbourne will feature the likes of punk veterans Frenzal Rhomb, the sweet soul of Saskwatch, and local rock favourites The Smith Street Band. Now in its fifth year, the
Melbourne outfits The Getaway Plan, Saskwatch and Fraser A. Gorman are amongst the recipients of the latest round of Arts Victoria grants which will provide $1.4 million to artists and arts organisations across the state. The State’s Minister for the Arts Heidi Victoria today announced the VicArts Grants program, revealing that The Getaway Plan will
Brisbane has got a brand new live music venue, The Triffid, located in the inner-city suburb of Newstead, and the fresh venue is set to open its doors for the very first time later this month. Delighting eager patrons even more, the venue has today announced its killer inaugural live music program, naming the acts
The Age Music Victoria Genre Awards will return for its annual instalment this year and today organisers have announced the 2014 finalists, who represent the year’s best Victorian music across many diverse categories. This year’s nominees cover all genres from jazz to electronic to best experimental avant-garde and hip hop. Leading the charge in the
Fresh from playing Splendour In The Grass, Panama Festival and Bluesfest earlier in the year, two members of nine-piece Melbourne soul outfit Saskwatch sat down with Music Feeds’ Mike Hohnen prior to their appearance at Brisbane’s BIGSOUND Live, to talk through a very, very busy 2014. “It’s been really fun,” Nkechi Anele told Music Feeds,
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