• Sydney’s Ghoul Split Up

    Sydney’s Ghoul Split Up

    Sydney’s darling electro band, Ghoul, have split up. In a post on their facebook page, the band have announced that after 4 years they are splitting up. “RIP GHOUL. FEB 2008 – JAN 2012. Thanks for coming to shows, buying CDs and letting us post R&B videos.” The band never made a huge commercial impact

  • DJ Shadow Australia Shows July/August 2011

    DJ Shadow Australia Shows July/August 2011

    DJ Shadow, confirmed for this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival in Woodford, Queensland, has announced a few sideshows to sate his many Australian fans. DJ Shadow will play three additional shows, with Australia’s own Ghoul as support: Saturday July 30 – Hordern, Sydney, NSW Sunday July 31 – The Palace, St Kilda, QLD Wednesday

  • Collarbones and Ghoul Tour Together

    Collarbones and Ghoul Tour Together

    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

  • Seekae, Ghoul and Bardeya – Manning Bar – 16/0411
    Gig Reviews

    Seekae, Ghoul and Bardeya – Manning Bar – 16/0411

    Opening things up for the night with a DJ set of his own music, local producer Bardeya quickly transformed Manning Bar into a world of menace and intimidation. His music, dark, brooding dubstep inspired electronica, made me feel as though I was likely to be stabbed at any moment, and due more to my state

  • Ghoul – Culled Back, Fleshed Out

    Ghoul – Culled Back, Fleshed Out

    Ahead of their performance at Double Dragon III this Friday January 21st, Ghoul frontman Ivan Vižintin discusses their forthcoming mini-album Dunks, as well as their plans for their debut LP.

  • Ghoul announce mini album Dunks, leak song

    Ghoul announce mini album Dunks, leak song

    Photo by Mclean Stephenson Sydney’s favourite sons of experimental-electronic-(insert genre)-pop Ghoul have announced that they will be releasing a mini-album, Dunks (a title inspired by a particularly histrionic slam dunk VHS compilation the band had) in January next year on Speak N Spell. They’ve also just leaked a song, 3 Mark, you can listen to

  • Ghoul


    “Fuck Italy man, they lost our bags in Rome and we went without undies for 4 days,”

  • Issue #25

    Issue #25

    In this Issue: Exquisite Corpse 1st Birthday, I Like Cats, Ghoul, Danimals

  • Ghoul


    ‘Belligerent ghouls run Manchester schools’. If you find yourself as a Ghoul fan, then beware that the name may not be around too much longer.

  • Ghoul – Mouthful of Gold
    Album Reviews

    Ghoul – Mouthful of Gold

    The question that immediately comes to mind when first listening to this EP is: ‘do androids dream of electric sheep?’ If so, then this would definitely be the sound track that accompanies that very dream. An electronic soundboard manages to fuse itself in with a variation of genres including even the rarely heard, but largely

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