Though their life together as a band was brief, Sydney outfit Parades certainly managed to cover a lot of ground. However, the band have announced today via Facebook that they will no longer be continuing to make music as Parades. In the announcement, after declaring that “Parades is no longer…”, the band were sure to
Parades will be touring the East Coast this April on the back of their new single ‘Water Stories’. Their debut album Foreign Tapes was a bona fide slow burner in 2010, receiving huge acclaim since its release in April as an “awe inspiring and genuinely heartfelt” approach to Australian music. The summer months have brought
In a post Laneway Festival haze, this solo mission to The Enmore Theatre on a Monday night was daunting to say the least. I could still taste Smirnoff Black, corrosive and sugary, clinging hard to my gums and the last eight hours at work had been hell. I was in no mood to do venture
The joint headline tour for Ernest Ellis and Parades has unfortunately been forced to cancel.
They are two of the most lauded up-and-coming indie acts to hit Australia this year, and this October Ernest Ellis and Parades are joining forces for a major national tour.
There must something special going down at Jonathan Boulet’s house. Well, garage to be precise. Parades’ album, Foreign Tapes, recorded in band member Jonathan’s garage, is auditory heaven. Think the ridiculously beautiful music of Sigur Rós but with electro, piano and rock elements. Each track is varied and there is never a dull moment while
Two of the bright young things of the Australian independent music scene, Parades & the Seabellies, are preparing to stake their claim on 2010 by announcing a co-headline tour.
In the wake of the last line-up announcement that saw the likes of Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Roland S Howard and Decoder Ring put next to Powderfinger and Jet, Homebake has come out with a second announcement bulstered with even more quality local talent
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,
Let no Luddite or Terminator fan tell you different, technology is our greatest physical gift.
“DIY” is an aesthetic many aspire to – in any part of life
Homebrand organisers, Tim Appleby and Meg Vierboom, should be bloody proud of themselves.
On Sunday January 25 on the Australia Day weekend, Flying Foxes are joining some amazing Australian acts at the Annandale Hotel for HOMEBRAND including.
I was wary of this from the start.