A replacement act has already been announced.
He’s written a 3000 word report and is “very confident”.
A heartfelt new Chet Faker track has surfaced online.
With each day bringing us all one day closer to Chet Faker‘s highly anticipated second album, the Melbourne muso (real name Nick Murphy) has cleared up some of those pesky collaboration rumours which have been swirling around in the rumour mill. Murphy’s forthcoming new album, the follow-up to 2014’s debut full-length Built On Glass, is
Formally hirsute Chet Faker is about to kick off his huge Australian Built on Live tour and today has announced the special guests who he’ll be sharing the stage with, as well as details of the show’s official after parties in Sydney and Brisbane. After sending fans into a collective tailspin this week by first
Chet Faker is down one beard and up one funky new song with British DJ Marcus Marr. After sending fans into a collective tailspin this week by first unveiling his newly shorn gob and then promising to make up for it with new music, the Aussie troubadour has now revealed the details of a new
Chet Faker‘s famous beard has officially left the building, but it’s not all bad news. The producer extraordinaire has announced that he’ll be dropping new music “in the next few days” in collaboration with his mate Marcus Marr, a DJ from London. Chet Faker (real name Nick Murphy) took to Instagram today to give the
Following on from their first announcement last month, WA’s Disconnect Music Festival has just released its second run of artists, with some huge local acts joining the already fully stacked festival. Keeping it local, Perth’s very own beard loving psychedelic collective Pond head up the latest list of artists, joining the likes of Flight Facilities,
Chet Faker will be back in the country in November for a quick run of huge headline dates and while he’s here he’ll be performing a DJ set for legendary live-streaming platform Boiler Room. Chet will take over a secret Melbourne warehouse on 10th November with “the most ground-breaking artists the city has to offer
Melbourne’s very own Chet Faker has teamed up with his fellow Melburnians in 10-piece funk/soul band The Cactus Channel to sneakily drop two super-soulful tracks called Kill The Doubt and Sleeping Alone. The new collabs from Chet Faker (real name Nicholas Murphy) and the Cactus Channel crew have been released today, with both tracks said
Chet Faker, Flight Facilities and Father John Misty are just some of the names emblazoned on the gigan-a-mous bill for WA’s new Disconnect Festival. The three-day camping extravaganza, situated in the picturesque Fairbridge Village just one hour south of Perth, is scheduled to take place this December, from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th. With the
The weather is getting warmer and that can only mean one thing: the apocalypse is upon us an Aussie summer full of top-notch tours from some of the world’s most-loved acts is right around the corner. Australia has already had its pick of big-name tours this year, but there are nine upcoming national jaunts which
#1 Dads, Courtney Barnett, Hermitude and Vance Joy head up the nominations for the 2015 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards. The full list of noms has been revealed for the 10th annual event, which is scheduled to take place in Melbourne this October, with the above artists and Chet Faker all contending for the coveted
That distant “YAAAAAAAAS” you hear reverberating around the country right now, is us here at Music Feeds frothin’ on the fact that winter is pissing off and summer, with its delectable bevy of live music offerings, is just round the corner. To celebrate the greatest Aussie season for gigs since… well last summer really, Music
It’s been a while since our latest Chet Faker dose and Aussie fans now have a new-ish tune to keep them satiated while they wait for the follow up to his ARIA Award winning debut album Build On Glass. Faker has today released Killswitch, a track which first appeared on the Japanese edition of Built
Chet Faker is returning home for some huge shows as his final Australian tour in support of his debut Built On Glass and now he’s given fans even more reason to get along to them, announcing a few stellar support acts. Chet has picked four artists, Silicon, Awesome Tapes Of Africa, Cleopold and Otologic, to
With Splendour in the Grass swiftly becoming a wonderful, hazy memory and as we return to a sparsely populated Australian winter and await the glory of summer and it’s bevy of musical offerings, we must once again turn our gaze to the northern hemisphere and its ridiculously jam-packed festivals, and luckily for us one of
LA crooner BANKS has added her soulful vox to a rework of Chet Faker’s original tune 1998, and there’s no way that could possibly go wrong. The single, which first appeared on Faker’s 2014 record Built On Glass, retains all of its original chillaxed vibes and synth-laced grooves, but the addition of BANKS’s raspy lady
Glastonbury, despite being geographically closer to a number of lesser-known Somerset-based football clubs, is much like the Manchester United of the music festival world. Its hard-won prestige and loose purse strings attract some of the biggest international stars to its ranks every year, and punters flock from across the globe to watch them perform on
Due to overwhelming demand, Hottest 100 champ Chet Faker has extended his upcoming Built On Live Australian tour to include an additional show at the Sydney Opera House this November. Faker will now take to the hallowed Opera House stage on Saturday 7th November, in addition to a show at the same venue the previous