A slew of local acts making the trip to Texas in 2020.
Meredith’s beloved Golden Plains festival has unveiled its full 2016 lineup, packing the likes of riot grrrl icons Sleater-Kinney, US alt-rockers Violent Femmes and Seun Kuti (the son of Fela Kuti) and his dad’s afrobeat orchestra Egypt 80. In September, Melbourne rockers Eddy Current Suppression Ring became the first band to be locked in for
Ariel Pink, homegrown icon Gurrumul and New York rock threeway The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion top the bill of a brand new music and arts festival called Supersense, which is due to take over Melbourne this August. Curated by global hotshot Sophia Brous in collaboration with the Asian Performing Arts Program, the high-cultural extravaganza promises
Tasmania’s winter festival Dark Mofo has announced its 2014 lineup, which will include appearances from The Bronx, SUNN O))), Earth, Veil of Darkness, David Lynch presents Chrysta Bell, Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! and Australian acts Total Control, Kirin J Callinan and HTRK. Dark Mofo 2014 will also feature a large-scale public artwork by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Sydney venue Carriageworks has just announced that it will play host to At First Sight a new one day music event, which includes live performances from an illustrious list of indie bands and djs as well as a record fair populated by Sydney’s best independent record stores, labels and private dealers. The lineup of live
It’s focus that set HTRK apart. Slow paced and with an overall icy atmosphere of lust and desperation, new album Work (work, work), their follow up to their debut LP Marry Me Tonight, displays a clarity of vision that is coming to define their practice. The entire album rooted in the theme of desires, realised
London by way of Melbourne outfit HTRK have just announced details of a new album, the follow up to 2009’s Marry Me Tonight. One of porn star Sasha Grey‘s favourite bands (seriously, she introduced me to them when I interviewed her a year or so ago) this last year has seen the band endure blow