Music industry superpower Ted Gardner has taken up management of Brisbane indie pop outfit The Cairos. Gardner has previously managed Tool, The Verve, Jane’s Addiction, The Queens Of The Stone Age and also co-founded Lollapalooza. In 2007, he returned to Australia and started Cross Section Management and Records. Ted will be co-managing The Cairos with
Dappled Cities have remixed The Cairos latest single We All Buy Stars. You can download it now for free, from their Facebook page. We All Buy Stars is the latest offering from the former JJJ Unearthed competition winners, and takes inspiration from cult novelist Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, a tale involving a porn star, a cage
Set to release their debut EP with Island Records, Brisbane pop rock outfit The Cairos are understandably quite happy, having finally signed a deal that has been four years in the making. The EP, titled Colours Like Features, saw the band working with producer Wayne Connolly, the man behind albums from artists such as The
Today finalists have been announced for the inaugural Queensland Music Awards, formerly known as the Q Song Awards. Winners of all categories will be announced at the Queensland Music Awards night, to be held at new venue The Old Museum on August 16. Hosted by 612 ABC Brisbane’s Richard Fidler and triple j’s Sarah Howells,
With their rock and roll kicks tied tight, Calling All Cars will roll through Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide with much hyped Sydney band Strangers and Brisbane indie pop up‐and‐comers, The Cairos, in tow. The tour is in support of their new single Reptile due out May 1st. The Reptile dates are – Friday 27
The Cairos have announced some shows for March, April and May. They’ll be combining with Sydney-siders Seabellies for some east coast shows, then making an appearance at the Jim Bean Bootleg event with the likes of Cabins and Belles Will Ring, and then finishing off that month at Ric’s Backyard Festival in Brisbane. They will
The Cairos have been doing the rounds for five years. Mixing indie grunge with pop undertones. Heading up to play with good friends Young Heretics at MUM @ World Bar on November 26th, the band gave us a run down on their achievements and grand plans for the new year.
Homebrand organisers, Tim Appleby and Meg Vierboom, should be bloody proud of themselves.
On Sunday January 25 on the Australia Day weekend, Flying Foxes are joining some amazing Australian acts at the Annandale Hotel for HOMEBRAND including.