Though the change in season has been abrupt and unpleasant, it’s all good – San Cisco have announced that they will not only be touring their live show around Australia this month, but we know they’ll also bring along the summer vibes they so very thoroughly incorporate. The band’s very recent self-titled debut full-length has
Never underestimate a young band with charisma, or their ability to amass a faithful group of followers in a devastatingly short space of time. Despite continuing to play smaller venues, San Cisco have been proving just how popular they are since their triple j blitz in 2011. Hours before they were scheduled to play at
Finally, the highly anticipated self-titled debut studio album from WA’s quirky indie-pop four-piece, San Cisco, has arrived! If you’ve not heard much about them, then you’ve been missing out. They’ve already played a bunch of festivals around the country, including Pyramid Rock, Groovin’ The Moo and Big Day Out, and supported already established Australian acts
Keeping the momentum absolutely charging towards the end of the year, Fremantle breakthrough outfit San Cisco have announced a series of tour dates where they will be showcasing their new material, as well as road testing the bands latest single Wild Things. The tour will mark the bands triumphant return from the UK where not
Following a shaky year in 2011 where organisers had to revise the lineup less than a month out from the festival, University of Canberra’s annual music festival Stonefest has been rebranded for 2012. Now known as Stone Day, the event will take place on Friday, October 26 – in and around the Zierholz precinct at the
Indie darlings San Cisco are all set to make their debut performance on Live at the Footy this Saturday July, 7 during the Essendon v St Kilda match at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.
Fremantle’s indie-popsters San Cisco have announced Australian tour dates this April and May, dubbed the Rocket Ship Tour
San Cisco have released their second single, Rocket Ship, taken from their upcoming sophomore EP, Awkward, which will hit Australian stores on Friday the 3rd of February. Recently they managed a #7 placing on triple j’s Hottest 100 countdown for 2011 with the song and title track Awkward. The five-track EP is a statement of
Australia’s own Peats Ridge Festival is now available for live streaming via YouTube. As seen through Splendour In The Grass earlier this year, YouTube has become a place for those not attending the festival to enjoy the live acts.