An amicable break up, band members feel it’s time to “try new things”
Melbourne three-piece World’s End Press have dropped the dance-happy music video for Tall Stories as they prepare to release an EP of the same name this Friday, 23rd September. World’s End Press’ Tall Stories clip pairs the song’s crisp electro-pop tones with some homegrown Melburnian dance moves shot in the group’s home city. Following the
World’s End Press have followed up last week’s news of their new single and EP, both titled Tall Stories, announcing a tour in support of the EP, unsurprisingly named the Tall Stories EP Tour, kicking off in early October. The single itself has dance floor favourite written all over it in day-glo marker, showcasing what
Oxfam’s month-long Oxjam Music Festival is making its Australian debut this August, and the not-for-profit organisation has now unveiled a lengthy lineup featuring the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, World’s End Press, Set Mo, Joyride, Wordlife, Victoria Kim and Francis Xavier. Oxjam’s Aussie premiere will feature hundreds of events run by volunteers in venues around the
Organisers of Let Them Eat Cake‘s forthcoming third installment, set to take place at Werribee Park on New Year’s Day, have today unveiled an impressive lineup of local Australian artists who will play at the event. Included in the list of 26 new acts added to the lineup are Melbourne producer Andras Fox, indie band
Sydney’s beloved community radio station FBi has announced its live music venue FBi Social will be closing its doors this November and will be going out with a bang, announcing a final blowout to be held at the venue on Saturday, 1st November. Originally established as a 3 month pop up venue, FBi Social has
The formidable World’s End Press stopped by Music Feeds Studio to promote their self-titled debut album. The Melbourne natives kicked off their set with a performance of the irrepressibly catchy To Send Our Love, which showcases the band’s deft use of dance rhythms and indie hooks. Before the performance, we kicked things off with a
Music Feeds Studio was lucky enough to play host to the formidable World’s End Press. We caught the boys right as they were on a hot streak, having shared stages with the likes of Hot Chip, Primal Scream, and Bloc Party, and shared studio time with the one and only Dan Whitford of Cut Copy.
Melbourne natives World’s End Press came into our beloved Music Feeds Studio to promote their self-titled debut album and we couldn’t have been more excited. One of our favourite moments from their set was their performance of Reformation Age. Music Feeds Studio had never seen so much energy, as the group danced and moved to
Melbourne’s own World’s End Press stopped by Music Feeds Studio to promote their highly anticipated self-titled debut album. Their performance of That Was A Loving House was one of our personal favourites from the session, with its combination of club rhythms, a hypnotic bass line, and intricate, polyrhythmic drum beats. The band recorded their debut
The mighty World’s End Press came by Music Feeds Studio to promote their self-titled debut album and they brought a whole lot of moves with them. Their performance of the ’80s-tinged Drag Me Home got everybody moving. The Pet Shop Boys-like synths and frontman John Parkinson’s emotive vocals make for a stellar, dance floor-ready mix.
After setting the festival scene abuzz with excitement following the first announcement of the brand new boutique and sustainable event, Mountain Sounds Festival have today dropped the second lineup with Melbourne’s World’s End Press at the top of the newest bill. Also joining the pack are Central Coast locals, Sea Legs, Elliot The Bull and
Consume have once again partnered with Melbourne’s National Gallery Of Victoria (NGV) in announcing the return of live music to the gallery’s Melbourne Now exhibition, with four of Melbourne’s most esteemed musical acts set to take stage at the NGV’s Great Hall, featuring Big Scary, World’s End Press, Brighter Later, and the Grammy-nominated Hiatus Kaiyote.
Melburnian indie 4-piece World’s End Press have been racking up the accolades of late, and if you’re in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, the boys have just announced headlining shows in your city for you to see what all the hype is about. Score. It’s been a whirlwind journey for World’s End Press since the release
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.
The organisers of the 9th Coopers AMP have added the final touches to their 2014 longlist, including releases by Gossling, World’s End Press, The Trouble With Templeton, and seven more, bringing the longlist up to a total of 43. This group of 10 go in the running alongside the 33 already announced artists to compete
Melbourne’s World’s End Press have unleashed another weird and compelling music video into the stratosphere this time for the band’s new single Drag Me Home. The Luci Schroder-directed clip flies the flag for the Australian, suburban club scene, following one night in the lives of an array of quirky clubbers looking for connection. The video
Melbourne cats World’s End Press have let loose a third single, expected to be on their self-titled debut album titled Reformation Age. With less than 24-hours until the album’s release, the track has been pimped out with wiggy visuals in the band’s new video. Speaking about the clip, WEP mainman John Parkinson remarked, “We wanted
The organisers of Valley Fiesta have announced a massive lineup for their 2013 event, possibly the biggest since the festival’s inception. Kicking off this November, Valley Fiesta will play host to names as major as Architecture In Helsinki, Andy Bull, Gold Fields, Dune Rats, and Hayden James, just to name a few! Billed as “Brisbane’s
After revealing to the nation that they had locked in a release date of their debut eponymous album, Melbourne 4-piece Worlds End Press have unveiled a list of upcoming performances to officially launch the record. The band will be starting things off in Sydney on Thursday, 14th November before hitting Brisbane, Melbourne, South Oz, and