Post-rockers sleepmakeswaves returned with their second studio album love of cartography in July, and are set to perform for Music Feeds LIVE this Tuesday, 12th August. Backed by a plethora of new tracks, the Sydney instrumentalists are sure to be just as impressive at Music Feeds Studio as they have been whilst touring with acts
Ambient post rockers sleepmakeswaves will be bringing their epic live show to Music Feeds Studio this Thursday, 4th July for a never seen before unplugged performance. 2012 was a big year for the band, which saw them touring across the US, Europe and Australia including shows with major acts such as Karnivool, 65daysofstatic and Omar
With their July tour supporting Karnivool almost completely sold out, Sydney’s sleepmakeswaves have announced a headlining tour of Australia for Septembertember. Taking in 6 states (including their first ever visit to Tasmania), the tour follows a busy 2012 that has seen the instrumental rockers tour the US, Europe and Australia extensively. The tour caps off
Sydney’s sleepmakeswaves have recently returned from their first US and European tours, which included Austin’s SXSW Festival and a co-headlining appearance at Belgium’s Dunk Festival alongside 65daysofstatic. Following the success of their album …and so we destroyed everything the band have announced they are re-releasing their debut EP in today already walks tomorrow.
Sydney-based instrumental rockers SLEEPMAKESWAVES have announced an extensive Australian tour, celebrating the recent success of their debut album and so we destroyed everything. The band’s (hello) Australia tour sees them visiting 6 states in February and March, before heading overseas to showcase at SXSW in Austin, Texas and then embarking on a headlining European tour,
With the pleasing news that tonight’s show had sold out, it was only two weeks ago that a second, earlier show was announced for Russian Circles’ Sydney visit. Fans who bought tickets were treated to support from Sydney post-rock heroes sleepmakeswaves and tour promoter Rober MacManus with a rare solo set. Opening proceedings, MacManus brought