Sydney outfit Megastick Fanfare have just released a brand new single by the name of Call Out, the lead single from the experimental pop quintet’s latest release Fanfare EP 1. With Call Out, Megastick Fanfare have stripped away the chaotic density that weighed on the band’s 2011 debut album Grit Aglow in favour for a
Both bands having long been bathed in industry tags like ‘ones to watch’ or ‘next big thing,’ Sydney’s Megastick Fanfare and Brisbane’s Oh Ye Denver Birds have decided to multiply their hype by embarking on a co-headline tour down the East Coast, the tour being squared to the power of the awesomeness. Having begun back
Megastick Fanfare and Oh Ye Denver Birds have joined forces to announce a string of national tour dates throughout September/October.
Over the last few years, Sydney’s Megastick Fanfare have carved themselves out a reputation as some of the city’s most vibrant and engaging performers. Their show’s rife with live looping and layered percussion; the band’s sound has been described with every buzz word you could imagine, their sound remaining some hyphenated pop analogue in the
Island vibing experimental pop outfit and Music Feeds favourites Megastick Fanfare have finally announced they they will be releasing their debut album in Autumn 2011 (still no exact date), self produced by the band with help from Frey Lindsay and mixed with Jonathan Boulet.
Psyched out math-pop outfit Megastick Fanfare dropped this twisted gem on us last week and we figured why not share it with all of y’all.
Melbourne’s tribal-psych quartet Rat Vs Possum are bringing their tropical glitter circus to Sydney for the first time, as part of Bloggers’ Delight, presented by Who The Hell Are They at Mum @ World Bar on Friday 25th September
I’ve been struggling to write this article. The problem is I like Sherlock’s Daughter too much and hence anything I write just comes out drenched in hyperbole and ass licking.
Having just won the Triple j Big Sound competition, as well as releasing their latest single Hunters to the continued rave reviews of Richard Kingsmill,
Well lads, ladettes and non-gender specifics, it’s Monday afternoon and for most of you out there that probably means four more solid days of work before the weekend winds around again.
On Friday 21st August, the Oxford Art Factory celebrate their second birthday. True to form, this momentous event will be celebrated with an enormous free party, with a line-up featuring the cream of emerging musical talent from Sydney and beyond. The past year has seen the venue build on its strengths and its manifesto of
As band names go, Megastick Fanfare at least has the originality thing covered.