And it looks like they might be collaborating on new music.
But one big-name act has also had to pull out.
“The vocal was delivered after eating a pizza microwaved at a petrol station and carried back to the studio through the rain.”
In no particular order, read off our list of some of music’s best multi-tasking sirens of the skins
Our organs are struggling painfully with the excitement
Unknown Mortal Orchestra have already been announced on the lineup for Meredith and Sydney’s new Fairground Festival but now they have revealed they will be sharing the multi-love with the whole country. The Kiwi band lead by Ruban Nielson will perform four headline shows in Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne while they’re here in December
The late Woody Guthrie once sang that “there ain’t nobody who can sing like [him],” but it’s not a stretch to take that idea one step further to suggest there ain’t nobody who performs like Kirin J Callinan. At once a playful, childlike figure and an imposing, immediate threat, the gaunt guitarist makes his presence
In an era of MP3 downloads, competitive streaming services, and artists plagued by piracy Future Classic is the label defying all odds. They’re the music industry’s “Aussie battler” showing that if you’re passionate about something, persist, and with a vision success will come your way. After ten years, there’s a lot for this independent label
Sydney’s beloved Seekae have put their sampling skills to the test by remixing the various building-y sounds of the Sydney Opera House into a fully-fledged track. Fellow artists Charles Murdoch and Victoria Kim have also released their own unique remixes. Organised by Fact, the Sounds of the Sydney Opera House: Remixed tracks (below) have been
Vivid LIVE‘s huge 2015 lineup has been unveiled, with performances from the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Daniel Johns, TV On The Radio, The Drones, Flume and The Preatures joining Morrissey on the event’s official program. This year’s Vivid LIVE will include 10 nights of Australian exclusive performances in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, also
FBi Radio have revealed the winners of the 2014 FBi Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards, throwing praise to some of the city’s most highly lauded musicians, performers, artists, foodies, events and tastemakers. This year, the SMAC Awards saw over 50 finalists nominated across 11 categories, with FBi asking the public to vote for
Sydney/London electronic trio Seekae stopped by triple j this morning for the penultimate Like A Version of 2014 to perform a hypnotic cover of Ariel Pink’s sentimental 2014 track Picture Me Gone, taken from his latest album pom pom. With just a single electric guitar, twinkling keys, some sparse beats and the sweet voice of
The seventh year of FBi Radio‘s Sydney Music Arts & Culture (SMAC) Awards is upon us, the Sydney community station unveiling its 2014 nominees. On the music side of things, Caitlin Park, Seekae, Spookyland, Mansionair and Basenji lead all other nominees with two nods apiece. The FBi SMAC awards recognise the outstanding artists, musicians, performers,
triple j have unveiled the next round of nominees fighting it out for Australian Album of the Year at this year’s J Awards, adding albums from Sydney duo Flight Facilities, Adelaide hip hop legends Hilltop Hoods, prolific fuzz-rockers King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, electronic outfit Seekae, post-rock heavyweights sleepmakeswaves and Blue Mountains hip hop
The ever-expanding live lineup for the country’s leading music industry conference and showcase, Brisbane’s BIGSOUND, continues to grow today with the addition of more than 40 artists, including classic rock band The Church, Sydney/London electronic trio Seekae and Canberra trio Safia. Also performing at the conference in addition to the already announced acts are Voyager,
Sydney/London electronic trio Seekae have just announced their third studio album, The Worry, will be released via Future Classic on 12th September this year and in anticipation they’re hitting the road for a string of shows around the country this August. Over the past six years, the Australian-English outfit have won a hugely loyal following
For many, Golden Plains is more than just a music festival. It’s the sister festival to Meredith Festival and although younger in age it’s often referred to as the more mature sibling. A smaller ticket allocation makes for a more intimate experience. Some of this year’s headliners, including Public Enemy, and LA-based beat making extraordinaire
Aunty Meredith is giving you Public Enemy, You Am I, Flying Lotus, Yo La Tengo, and more!
Electronia trio Seekae have announced they will be finally ending their studio hibernation and heading out on the road for a run of national live performances throughout August and September. For their first stint Down Under for 2013, the band have pieced together a doozy of a tour featuring some totally unique venues in just
One of the most in-demand Electronic bands to come out of Australia, Seekae, has announced a series of East Coast Australian dates for their up-and-coming tour.