“We promise we’ll still give you a killer show and promise we will be back again for you ASAP!”
“With any luck, we’ll have something [new] out this year.”
Prepare for total immersion.
A taste of things to come down under?
They’re teasing it on social media.
It’ll be their only Aussie show of the year.
This is the reunion fans have been waiting for
New Zealanders and travellers alike, your New Years plans just got sorted. The annual Rhythm And Vines festival is back in action for 2015, and packing a killer first lineup announcement. Folk darlings Angus and Julia Stone headline a bill that contains a healthy injection of Aussie talent from the likes of Peking Duk, Pendulum,
We won’t be seeing new music from Australian/British drum’n’bass outfit Pendulum any time soon, and when we do, its not going to sound anything like it did in the past. That’s according to band members Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, who also helm electro house outfit Knife Party. In a recent Knife Party Reddit AMA,
A brand new musical festival will arrive in April 2015 on the sunny shores of Indonesia’s island of Bali, promising four days of “warehouse, club, boat, pool and beach parties” and today organisers have announced the first acts to feature on the event’s lineup. Leading the pack is Perth-born, London-bred electronic outfit Pendulum who along
#136317015 / gettyimages.com Bassinthegrass 2014 organisers set a challenge for themselves back in March, unveiling an initial lineup announcement that featured the likes of Karnivool and Vance Joy. They’ve now managed to best themselves with the full roster set to feature Pendulum, RÜFÜS, Owl Eyes, and many more. Early last month, organisers confirmed the unfortunate
It looks as though Perth-born London-bred electronica piece Pendulum have reneged on a statement they made to fans at last year’s V Festival in the UK, explaining that they will be on hiatus. However, we have now learned that the touring, recording force known as Pendulum is no more.
Thousands of house and dub step lovers poured through the Royal Randwick Racecourse’s gates on the weekend to attend the biggest dance party of the year; Future Music Festival. World-class DJs, hot shot producers and all the rage bands traveled from all corners of the earth to lay down dance encouraging beats including; The Chemical
Pendulum have taken the world by storm, which is amazing given the band hails from humble Perth. However, their unique mix of dance and rock has piqued the ears of music fans, and their new album Immersion is set to cement their status as drum ‘n’ bass kings. Music Feeds caught up with Gareth before