Multi-talented New South Welshman Guineafowl has locked in a solid run of headline performances taking place throughout November and December. Sam Yeldham, as he is known to the government, has clearly put a lot of prior planning into the below list of dates, allowing it to match up nicely with Birds Of Tokyo’s previously announced
Guineafowl is back, with the Sydney singer-songwriter poised to drop his sophomore EP, I Hope My City Loves Me Still, kicking it off in style with a very special launch party on Thursday, 10th October, presented by Music Feeds. And to get your appetite all good and whetted, the man behind the guitar and synth-laden
At just twenty one, Imogen Harper has already established herself as a talented performer in both the indie scene and singer-songwriter circuit in Sydney, yet she really is just at the beginning of a promising career. Imogen is a member of Sydney group Guineafowl and has just released her solo debut Charcoal Heart, an EP of understated
The Drive, 28/04/2011 Guineafowl As there are six of us travelling around the country, flying is never really an option. We also tend to enjoy playing our own amps, instruments and equipment so hiring a big van is a must. We decided to drive up to Brisbane a day early, that way we would be
Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney 23/04/2011 – Guineafowl So, it’s 3.am on Sunday Morning and I am writing the first entry of our Super Commuter Tour Diary. As we started the tour in our hometown of Sydney we have not yet done much commuting, well aside from the cab ride home from the Venue, at the
Sydney’s Guineafowl are teaming up with Brisbane indie sextet Ball Park Music for a joint tour this April and May that will take in eight shows up the east coast.
This Saturday, October 30 will see Sydney’s most iconic local venue, The Metro transform into a make-shift bat cave to play host to the Halloween Monster Mash, a celebration of all that is ghouly and great. Dressing in their scariest swagger and opening each set with a freakish cover of favourite deceased artists will be