“NeW. MuSiC. CoMiNg. SoOn.”
He’ll be playing Drones faves and solo stuff.
You bet your sweet ass.
The event’s Aussie contingent just got a whole lot bigger.
The 10 day festival will consist of over 40 events.
BOH put on a high-energy show with mellow moments.
Turns out Courtney Barnett is one hell of a screamer.
This year’s State Of The Art (SOTA) music festival will be headlined by none other than Perth five-piece Birds Of Tokyo, who are set to play their first Perth show in over two years at the WA festival this WA Day long weekend. The local lads, who are working with Tool producer David Bottril on
The coveted ‘Greatest Guitarist of all Time’ throne has been awarded to many a musician over the years, it’s really all a matter of who you ask. Most recently, News Corp decided to poll Australia’s best guitarists, a feat previously attempted by Australian Guitar Magazine back in 2012. While AGM‘s top spot went to the
This Friday (April 15) will see the winner announced of this year’s prestigious Archibald Art Prize, and in the running is a portrait of one Gareth Liddiard of the Drones. Liddiard, singer with the Drones and successful solo artist, was painted by Sydney artist Jason Benjamin and is competing with 40 other paintings for the
Gareth Liddiard has changed the venue for his Canberra show from the Maram to ANU Bar.
Photos by C.Rale Arriving late at Sydney’s Lower Town Hall, I was immediately shocked and disappointed. There was an open bar, and I had just spent an hour over the road at Sweeney’s drinking ‘cheap jugs.’ On top of this I had missed Laura Jean, and Kram was just finishing up. Seated at his drums,
LIVE, an intimate study into the art of performing is one of the most interesting features of next year’s Sydney Festival line-up. Made up of a series of short videos of performers playing their songs, stripped back to the bare bones, video artist Jasmin Tarasin showcases the raw act of performing without all the pomp
The Drones were undoubtedly one of the best Aussie indie bands of the noughties. Singer and chief songwriter Gareth Liddiard’s songs are relatable to many of the bands fans so it came as no surprise when he started playing solo shows last year.
As previously announced – with his debut solo record set for release later in the year, Gareth will be undertaking a special run of acoustic shows to preview songs off the upcoming album alongside all your Drones favourites.
After five years of non stop touring, four albums, and numerous accolades, one of Australia’s most acclaimed and unique songwriters Gareth Liddiard of The Drones has decided to put his pedals on ice for a while.