That bill tho.
And you can see them perform live at Heaps Gay & Vivid Sydney’s ‘Carnival of Queer Delights’
It’s been a bit of an antipodean pop love-in at FYF Fest in LA Today, as Lorde jumped up to join Flume on stage as he closed the festival earlier today. Jumping up as the local production wunderkind dropped his remix of her single Tennis Courts the New Zealand singer and Aussie beats-smith loved it
While Flume has remixed for huge acts like Sam Smith and Disclosure, it’s his remixes of homegrown acts like Hermitude and Chet Faker that have really hit the bullseye, and now he’s got another one to add to that list, remixing Sydney duo Collarbones. Flume has twisted Collarbones’ track Turning from their latest album Return,
Electronic duo Collarbones have been added to the lineup for Sydney’s annual New Year’s Day festival, Field Day. Taking to Facebook, Field Day organisers have confirmed Collarbones will perform at the festival, which will also see sets from the likes of alt-J, SBTRKT, Jamie xx, Peking Duk and Danny Brown. Collarbones have taken to Facebook
Following the initial lineup announcement in August, organisers of OutsideIn 2014 have now revealed a second festival lineup led by electronic whiz-kids Roy Davis Jr, Brenmar, as well as Sydney-based beatmakers Basenji and Collarbones. Chicagoan house DJ/producer Roy Davis Jr and NYC-raised RnB musician Brenmar lead the international acts playing at the one-day Sydney festival
Australia Day festivities at The Rocks has just got bigger with the country’s indie rock darlings Cloud Control announced as headliners. Fresh off their US tour, the award-winning foursome and their cool blend of folk and psychedelic pop will be hitting the First Fleet Park stage for a free show for patriotic punters. The Rocks
Sydney community radio darlings FBi have today announced the short list of outstanding creative figures nominated for the 5th Sydney Music, Art & Culture (SMAC) Awards for 2013. Out of all the below catagories, the individuals and groups selected share the common denominator of creatively invigorating the city. leaving their finger prints on our community
As a listener, I have my doubts about how electronic music translates in a live setting. By no means do I practise the mating call of the jazz wanker (“don’t they just press play?”) but I have reservations nonetheless about whether or not a piece of electronic music can retain the spontaneity that gives live
Described as ‘electronic perfection’, Aussie act Collarbones collaborated through the internet, transferring ideas and samples that would lead to the creation of their bliss-filled tunes.
Two of Australia’s more interesting emerging bands are teaming up for a brief tour this June. Co-headlining together will be Collarbones and Ghoul. As Mess and Noise report, the two bands will play only three nights together in total, in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. Sydney/Adelaide duo Collarbones are out promoting their album Iconography, while Sydney’s