The Espy’s infamous New Year’s Eve celebrations are nearly upon us, with illustrious Australian acts like Architecture in Helsinki, Kingswood and DZ Deathrays topping the final lineup of acts poised to ring in the new year at the St. Kilda venue this December 31st. Architecture in Helsinki will be bringing the tunes from their latest
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En route to the Maitland leg of Groovin The Moo 2014, I was sure I knew what the biggest mission of the day would be. The organisers just always seem to get it right: some solid international acts interspersed between seasoned Aussie festival acts, and those up-and-comers that Triple J listeners would be all too
A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of NSW warns that the rising tide of facial hair threatens to consume us all, or at least our love for hirsute handsomeness. The study indicates that society may have reached “peak beard” and will soon fall out of love with the facial appendage. “It appears
Following the good news that Aussie indie pop royalty Architecture In Helsinki will be releasing their new album NOW + 4EVA later this month, the Melburnian quintet will also be opening a pop-up retail space to celebrate. Described as “part gallery, part listening space, part retail emporium”, the NOW + 4EVA Concept Store will not
Melbourne indie pop five-piece Architecture In Helsinki are back and as big and bright as ever. They last turned heads with the bold pop-craft of 2011’s Moment Bends and have returned to back it up with NOW + 4EVA, which frontman Cameron Bird says delivers even more pop goodness. What sets this new record apart,
Two of the Australian music scene’s most individualistic and forward-thinking bands have announced tours: Architecture In Helsinki and Tales In Space. AIH’s tour comes amid a flurry of excitement over their place on the Groovin The Moo 2014 roster, announced this morning. Meanwhile Tales In Space’s upcoming East Coast and regional dates come amid excitement
Aussie indie pop royalty Architecture In Helsinki are about to burst back on to the scene in a big way, today announcing that their highly anticipated fifth studio album, NOW + 4EVA, will be out on Friday, 28th March, and as if that wasn’t enough good news for one day, they’ll be touring the East
Melbourne five-piece Architecture in Helsinki have unveiled their latest single, titled Dream a Little Crazy, from their upcoming fifth album, which is due out in early 2014. The single is the follow-up to the infectious In The Future, which the band dropped back in September. Cameron Bird, Kellie Sutherland, Gus Franklin, Sam Perry and Jamie
Melbourne’s own Architecture In Helsinki are gearing up for the 2014 release of their fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2011’s Moment Bends, which came in at number eight in triple j‘s 2011 Album Poll. To celebrate the debut single from the upcoming album, the band are hitting the road for a quick East Coast
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
The perfect complement to this beautiful winter Monday has arrived in the form of a bubbly, bright and brand-new single from Architecture In Helsinki, along with the news that the band will be performing two special warm-up shows before their appearance at Splendour. In the Future is the first new music from the band since
It’s not long now until Australia’s music royalty commandeer Melbourne’s Convention & Exhibition Centre for the APRA Awards 2013. Taking place on Monday, 17th June, the ceremony will see the whose who of contemporary Australian music all gathering under one roof with the best of the best selected to present and perform. First, the performers:
Melbourne line-up shifting pop collective Architecture In Helsinki are back again, this time headlining the Cargo and Falcona run NYE On The Harbour, returning to what leader Cameron Bird says is one of the band’s favourite nights of the year to play. Having released their fourth studio album Moment Bends earlier this year, their first
NYE On The Harbour has announced a line up for it’s 2011 New Years Eve party. Set against the stunning backdrop of Sydney Harbour at Cargo Bar & Lounge, this year they have enlisted a top shelf line up of local and international talent to provide the soundtrack to yet another killer New Years Eve
The J Awards is gaining a reputation for earmarking the best talent this country has to offer. In previous years, bands such as Wolfmother, Hilltop Hoods, The Panics, The Presets, Sarah Blasko, Tame Impala have gone on to make a significant impact both domestically and overseas.
Architecture in Helsinki have announced some Australian Tour dates for August and September, after some appearances across the USA and Europe.
In their first Australian tour in what seems like eternity, Melbourne indie-pop darlings Architecture in Helsinki returned to the national stage in support of their fourth album, Moment Bends. Not limited to home turf, AIH have carved quite a name for themselves outside of Australia, particularly in the US and Europe, with this string of
Those nice folk over at Triple J are marking the release of Architecture In Helsinki‘s fourth album Moment Bends by streaming the record in its entirety all week.
Cut Copy are excited to share with you the first of a number of quality reinterpretations of Need You Now. Fellow Melbourne residents Architecture in Helsinki for some reason thought it would be a good idea to imagine the tune as a classic Roy Orbison record. It actually works quite well! Tickets for Cut Copy’s