Sydney four-piece Shady Lane have released their brand new album Built Guilt today, which you can preview below. It is the second and follow-up to the band’s own mastermind (Jordy Lane) 2009 release Here We Go, Down The Black Hole, which saw him eventually joined by Pete Avard on drums, Sarah Jullienne on synth and
The Falls Music & Arts Festival returns again to announce more to pack into that summer bun of bite sized delights
Here We Go Down The Black Hole by Sydney outfit Shady Lane is twelve tracks and forty-three minutes of my new favourite music.
Held every Monday until Homebake at The Hopetoun Hotel in Surry Hills, the Homebake Incentive showcases some of Australia’s finest up-and-coming musical talent. Mark Smithers, one of the brains behind the Incentive, spoke to Music Feeds about why the program was started and what he hopes the musicians will achieve by competing in it.
Working as a solo artist for the past 5 years, Jordy Lane is an independent Sydney musician who mixes guitars and synths with electronic beats and noise. He is accompanied by Pete Avard on drums. “Playing keys and guitar backed by his