Local electro act Seekae has announced the release of a limited edition 12” for the lead single ‘3’, which is lifted from 2011 record +Dome.
Seekae have announced Australian dates after returning from their successful Uk tour.
Opening things up for the night with a DJ set of his own music, local producer Bardeya quickly transformed Manning Bar into a world of menace and intimidation. His music, dark, brooding dubstep inspired electronica, made me feel as though I was likely to be stabbed at any moment, and due more to my state
Seekae have announced some album launch dates for the launch of their new album +Dome. ‘+Dome’ blends live instrumentation with electronics and samples collected over two years of performing, touring and writing. Composing every sound and song with meticulous detail, from sub bass heavy rollers to intricate guitar riddled interludes, Seekae transmit their developed pallet
Photo by Mclean Stephenson Following up the huge success of 2008’s The Sound Of Trees Falling on People, local ‘ghetto-ambient’ three piece Seekae have just announced they will be releasing their sophomore album, entitled +Dome, due for release on Rice Is Nice through Popfrenzy on March 25th, with distribution through Other Tongues. Click on the
Due to unforeseen circumstances the Frontier Touring Company has announced the withdrawal of Seekae from Sleigh Bells’ January 2011 Sydney and Melbourne shows. Melbourne band Rat Vs Possum have stepped in to fill the support spot for Sleigh Bells in Melbourne at the Prince Bandroom on Friday 7th January and in Sydney at The Forum
Well dear readers, the weekend is once again over (for at least four or five days) and the weather bureau is warning of
It goes without saying that we here at Music Feeds have quite the hard on for Pivot.
A few days in the aftermath of the band’s sold out album release party at the Hopetoun
In This Issue: TV on the Radio, Days Like This!, Day of the Meerkat, Eagles of Death Metal, Seekae, Killed Two Birds
Held every Monday until Homebake at The Hopetoun Hotel in Surry Hills, the Homebake Incentive showcases some of Australia’s finest up-and-coming musical talent. Mark Smithers, one of the brains behind the Incentive, spoke to Music Feeds about why the program was started and what he hopes the musicians will achieve by competing in it.