Take notes! Sugar Mountain Festival is but a few days away
Prepare for darkness.
BOH put on a high-energy show with mellow moments.
Get outta town and into another!
Melbourne’s experimental rockers My Disco are heading out on a national album tour this November and December behind the release of their forthcoming fourth studio album, Severe. Kicking off in Canberra on 13th November, My Disco’s national tour will make its way around the country up until 12th December, and also includes performances at Sydney’s
At First Sight returns to Sydney’s Carriageworks this month for a day of pop up record stalls, live music and more. Dedicated to die hard music lovers, the kind of people who still buy vinyl and love live music, At First Sight is the brainchild of FBi‘s Dusty Fingers aka Marty Doyle. The festival made
Victoria’s boutique and suitably alpine Paradise Music Festival has dropped its first 2015 lineup announcement, featuring acts like experimental rockers My Disco, indie outfit Lurch & Chief, Melbourne duo Black Cab, Sydney trio Black Vanilla and Tired Lion. Paradise Music Festival’s 31-strong 2015 lineup also includes the likes of Kirkis, Cassius Select, The Harpoons and
Melbourne experimental rockeres My Disco have announced a short Australian tour on top of their appearance at Tasmania’s Dark Mofo. The band will play three shows across Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney around their Dark Mofo show in June, previewing music from their soon-to-be-released fourth record. Having only played together once in the last 18 months,
Way back in February of 2003 Melbourne minimalist trio My Disco performed two gigs in Melbourne at Good Morning Captain to show off a demo cassette record only a month prior to the shows. Now almost a decade later, Ben Andrews, Liam Andrews and Rohan Rebeiro have etched out a reputation as one of the
Melbourne three-piece My Disco have announced a new 12″ due out October 16. Comprised of two new songs and accompanying remixes, the 12″ will be available via Temporary Residence, iTunes and various Australian independent record stores. One of the new tracks, Wrapped Coast, has been described as ‘post-punk clatter at its finest’ and is said
Melbourne minimalist trio My Disco have just kicked off a string of Australian dates, playing at the Nash Hotel, Geelong on Saturday April 7, with their next gig booked for this Friday the 13th at Sydney’s Good God Small Club.
My Disco will tour Australia in April for a run of dates throughout Sydney, Melbourne and Geelong. They’ll tour on the back of their first music video for track Turn, taken from their third release Little Joy. The three-piece have taken a well-deserved break over the past 4 months, with members residing in Berlin, London
Touring in support of the vinyl release of their latest album Little Joy, Melbourne minimal trio My Disco have just announced their first and only tour of 2011. This is no standard vinyl reissue mind you, the deluxe double LP version of the album will come with it’s own 24″ x 24″ poster, etched vinyl
Photo by Kurt Davies Opening proceedings PVT‘s Laurence Pike, billed as Lurenz PVT on the run sheet posters in the venue, proved that he is some kind of android drumming freak. Starting with minimal tom and snare work using mallets, the solo built and shifted through varying different grooves, Laurence switching from mallets to sticks
Having spent a large portion of 2010 recording and touring abroad, this November and December will see My Disco return home for yet another extensive national Australian tour, this time in support of their imminent third album, Little Joy.
Melbourne-based minimalist proto punk pioneers My Disco have announced that their follow up to the masterful Paradise, Little Joy will be released on October 15.
My Disco head out this September/ October for a final run of shows for 2009
Seated in the corner of his cell wearing a raincoat and nothing else, My Disco guitarist Ben Andrews doesn’t seem the least bit bothered.