Papa vs Pretty, Montaigne, Alex The Astronaut and more are coming together to remember the beloved musician.
Papa Vs Pretty
Tributes are flowing for the renowned session musician.
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Sydney-based indie outfit Papa Vs Pretty have announced that they have broken up. The indie rockers took to their official Facebook to break the news to their fans. The four-piece were well-known in the Aussie indie scene and released their second album, White Deer Park, in February. “After almost a decade of making music as
ARIA-nominated Sydney outfit Papa Vs Pretty are riding a wave of momentum that started back in September with the release of My Life Is Yours, the first taste fans were offered of the band’s sophomore album, White Deer Park, which the boys unveiled to high praise late last month. White Deer Park, the follow-up to
Despite Alex Turner declaring the return of rock and roll at the Brit Awards last week, the Australian music scene tells a very different story. Even Triple J, who once championed Papa vs Pretty‘s particular brand of indie rock, have begun to favour Flume-like electronic sounds. It leaves the Sydney quartet, who have now unveiled
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So-hot-right-now Sydney indie rockers Papa Vs Pretty are back, gearing up for the release of studio album number two and gifting us with glorious nuggets like the clip for latest single Smother, in which we find out what happens when you try and put the outfit in a box…literally. Smother is a glorious mix of
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.
In a rather novel and analogue way to get music straight to the ears of fans, Sydney’s Papa Vs Pretty have unveiled their new track Smother via a special telephone hotline, ahead of its release this Friday. Upon calling the Smother Hotline (1300-552-550) a rather seriously toned voice invites fans to listen to the new
One of Australia’s most happening acts, Papa Vs Pretty will soon be making good on the hype with their sophomore album, White Deer Park. Expanding their sound and lineup organically over a number of EPs and their introductory album, 2011’s United In Isolation, Papa Vs Pretty have now become a favourite both on stage and
Papa Vs. Pretty have made sure you don’t forget their latest single, My Life Is Yours or the accompanying video clip any time soon. Making a noticeable sonic left-turn, My Life Is Yours takes shape as a conventional acoustic ballad, that is of course until shit gets real. The track is an emotional crescendo, ever-building
They’ve been real quiet so far in 2013 but Papa Vs Pretty are about to change all of that, with the Aussie rock outfit coming back with a bang, announcing their new album, White Deer Park, a new single, My Life Is Yours, and special single launch shows in both Sydney and Melbourne. Papa Vs
Sydney trio Papa Vs Pretty have released an online flipbook, which includes pics of the guys taken by buzz-laden, prodigious young fashion photographer Nirrimi Hakanson. The flipbook also features lyrics from their debut album United in Isolation, along with the tracks to stream. Papa Vs. Pretty will also be playing on the Big Day Out
The Vasco Era and Papa vs Pretty have joined forces to announce a double headline tour. The tour will kick off in Canberra late October and finish up at Adelaide Uni Bar at he end of November.
For a band who started out as three friends in high school, Papa Vs Pretty could be considered as living the dream. Surviving the initial hype around the band when they first appeared on Sydney stages underaged, they went on to sign with EMI records and release a debut album which so far has been welcomed
With a sound that takes us back to the days of grunge rock and classical tunes, Papa Vs Pretty’s Thomas Rawle explains to Music Feeds how best to describe their yet to be released EP, Heavy Harm.
Righto then – Uni is finished, holidays are here and new music shall be written about! This week we begin the usual format of the column: One signed band and one unsigned band.
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
It’s that time of the month again when Purple Sneakers and Remote Control jump into bed for another Party Extravaganza!