Ahead of the Aussie band’s 2018 tour.
“It means a lot to us to bring this show around Australia.”
His name is Ot-to. He loves to get blot-to.
They’ve called the marriage equality plebiscite “cruel and unnecessary.”
Putting the BIG in BIGSOUND.
“This really is the cherry on the cake for what has been a massive year for us.”
And there’s still a whole (P)lot more still to come…
And no, it’s not ‘Sandstorm’…
Get these tunes in your earholes, stat.
Album number three is just over a month away.
They’ll play a gig at your house if you pledge $5K
sleepmakeswaves on a massive North America and Australian Tour.
Seven new acts have joined the eclectic roster.
Sleepmakeswaves are a passionate and ever changing instrumental storm. The post-rock band move from dark Sigur Ros-like crescendos to spacious electronic soundscapes and then to clean melodic riffage all in a single song. It really is something to experience. At one point the monstrous clatter of metal-on-metal instrumentation will have you broken, and then at
Port Macquarie’s Festival Of The Sun is back for its eleventh year, packing its biggest ever lineup featuring homegrown acts like Melbourne MC Illy, rockers Jebediah, hip hop outfit Thundamentals, British India, The Delta Riggs and Alpine. Also included in this year’s Festival Of The Sun lineup are Bad//Dreems, post-rockers Sleepmakeswaves, rising electro punk Ecca
Swedish progressive metal heroes Opeth have named the five lucky acts who will open the five shows on their upcoming Pale Communion Australian Tour. Post-rockers sleepmakeswaves, progressive metal outfit Dyssidia, progressive rock band Caligula’s Horse, doom metal outfit Myridian and Perth’s Voyager will support the mighty Opeth at one show a piece. Taking to Facebook,
Sydney post-rock band sleepmakeswaves have secured a 10-date Australian headline tour in support of their ARIA and J Award-nominated 2014 album Love Of Cartography. The Great Northern Tour will see the band perform around the country between April and June. Having toured with Karnivool and Dead Letter Circus in the past, as well as playing
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
Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus have announced a huge national tour for December 2014, with shows lined up in Adelaide, Perth, Bunbury, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Wollongong. After co-headlining a tour with Karnivool last summer, selling out their acoustic tour and releasing new EP Stand Apart, Dead Letter Circus are poised to bring the full