Float away with Husky…
Find out what happens when you listen to Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ while watching ‘The Wizard of Oz’…
“Ministry of Sound Club will usher in a new era of clubbing to Australia.”
Husky step away from their folk roots towards propulsive rock sound without breaking stride.
Prepare to get punchbuzzed.
“Somewhere between the haunted past and the sunlit possibility of tomorrow.”
Very ‘2am Berlin’.
WOMADelaide already delivered an impressive list of 20 names including The Cat Empire and Violent Femmes in their first lineup but now they have expanded on that adding a whole stack of new acts to the bill. Genre mashing artists Asian Dub Foundation lead the second announcement as the headliners of the festival’s final night
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some, often highly legible, words and bring them to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Husky – Let It Happen (Tame Impala Cover) After last weekend’s Splendour, where Let It Happen was inarguably the song of the weekend, reverberating around
Four of Australia’s most talented, most hairy muso dudes have bonded over their love for two classic Beatles albums. Husky Gawenda (Husky), Jordie Lane, Marlon Williams and Fergus Lincare (Kingswood) will perform Rubber Soul and Revolver live back-to-back in a series of world first shows in Australia this winter. The logically titled Rubber Soul Revolver
Megan Washington, The Preatures and Husky are among a huge list of names who’ll bring the music to the 2015 Australian Open, which has just announced the lineup of bands set to take the stage at Melbourne Park next year. A new artist will play each day of the event from 19 January to 1
Husky Gawenda, frontman for Melbourne folk band Husky has taken top spot in the 2014 Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition and has been awarded $50,000, courtesy of APRA AMCOS and music company Alberts, for Husky’s song Saint Joan. “I’m honoured to win the Vanda and Young Songwriting Competition. That the competition supports Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy,
Melbourne folk outfit Husky have given Music Feeds an insight into their continuing national tour, which will take the group through to mid-December. Backed by their latest new album Ruckers Hill, the band have already played a number of shows across the country, and have had a heap of fun along the way. Husky have
This year’s list of Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition finalists has been unveiled, and features Sydney band Gang of Youths, Melbourne folk band Husky and Sydney alt-pop musician Andy Bull, to name a few. The list of 50 finalists (in full below) was collated by judges from a total of 3,400 entries. Gang Of Youths
The Jezabels and The Cat Empire lead an impressive inaugural lineup for North Sydney’s new open-air music shindig, Party In The Park. The one-day event, set to take place at North Sydney Oval on Saturday, 14th March 2015, will also feature sets from Melbourne band The Paper Kites, folk outfit Husky and Sydney three-piece Sons
Margaret Court Arena will host its first-ever music event on Melbourne Cup Eve, with Dan Sultan, British India, Husky and Lanie Lane all set for Mushroom’s Free For All on Monday, 3rd November. Mushroom Free For All will serve as the premiere event for Margaret Court Arena, with the MCA having been redeveloped into a
Woodford Folk Festival have announced their New Year’s 2014 lineup and it’s another huge one. Over 400 acts, across 35 performance venues, over six days and nights, with highlights including Violent Femmes, guitar annihilators Sticky Fingers and recent Music Feeds LIVE performers Husky. Lior, Hiatus Kaiyote, Bertie Blackman, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Cairos, Mia Dyson, and
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Melbourne band Husky have announced the release date for their highly anticipated follow up to 2011’s Forever So, with Ruckers Hill set for release on Friday, October 17th. To celebrate Husky will be hitting the road this November and December for a string of national tour dates. The extensive tour will see Husky make their
The Mullum Music Festival has unveiled its diverse 2014 lineup, with alt rock legends The Church, Melbourne nine-piece Saskwatch and indie folk darlings Husky leading a line-up of over 80 international and national acts. Held over four days, the Mullum Music Festival will take over the halls, clubs and streets of Iggy Azalea‘s home town,