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Violent Soho will replace The Jezabels at Mountain Sounds Festival while Jezabels keyboardist Heather Shannon seeks treatment for Ovarian cancer.
Sad news from The Jezabels camp.
The Jezabels are back.
After a sell-out event in February, Mountain Sounds Festival is returning in 2016, and has just dropped its first lineup, which includes The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., Melbourne indie outfit Alpine, dance trio Art vs Science and the event’s headliners, The Jezabels. Other acts announced on Mountain Sounds’ first 2016 lineup include English electronic
This weekend, Sydney celebrates the annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras. To kick off the weekend with a bang, Google Australia have released a free fundraiser single called (If It Ain’t For Everyone) It Ain’t Love, featuring the work of over 1,000 Australians. The song features high-profile contributions from Megan Washington, The Jezabels, Guy Sebastian
Huge all-Aussie lineup drops!
triple j have released a short film, of sorts, detailing a top-secret meeting which took place between Breakfast hosts Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, and 40 notable triple j acts including the likes of Lorde, Skrillex and Diplo, to write “the ultimate triple j Hottest 100 song”. The clip shows the unlikely bunch, which also
The Jezabels and The Cat Empire lead an impressive inaugural lineup for North Sydney’s new open-air music shindig, Party In The Park. The one-day event, set to take place at North Sydney Oval on Saturday, 14th March 2015, will also feature sets from Melbourne band The Paper Kites, folk outfit Husky and Sydney three-piece Sons
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Queenscliff Music Festival 2014 has dropped the first lineup announcement for its 2014 gathering. In late spring, the coastal Victorian town will host ARIA-charting act The Jezabels, Victorian local Xavier Rudd, folk group The Waifs, Australian country music queen Kasey Chambers, alternative rock legends The Church, Tripod featuring Eddie Perfect, Grammy-nominated soul act Hiatus Kaiyote,
Over the last few years, the Sydney Opera House has hosted a raft of “alternative” artists, each of whom differ greatly from the classical genres the iconic venue is best known for. The Jezabels’ performance on the 29th of April was an example of how perfectly the Opera House’s inclusion of indie music is working,
“We’ve always put the pressure on ourselves to do something really cool. The difficult second album – it comes from bands that have basically have no material,” a confident Sam Lockwood, guitarist of Australian indie favourites The Jezabels, told Music Feeds’ own Mike Hohnen back in January. It’s no wonder he speaks so defiantly, the
En route to the Maitland leg of Groovin The Moo 2014, I was sure I knew what the biggest mission of the day would be. The organisers just always seem to get it right: some solid international acts interspersed between seasoned Aussie festival acts, and those up-and-comers that Triple J listeners would be all too
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The Jezabels frontwoman Hayley Mary has addressed comments she made just last month criticising music reviewers and critics, characterising it as “a bit of a rant”. The comments, at the time, sparked some online backlash against the lead singer. “Look, that was a bit of a rant, and I’ve got to say I’ve had more
The Jezabels‘ frontwoman Hayley Mary has opened up about her thoughts regarding the world of music reviewing, saying, “there is too much hatred in the world to have a job that is based on writing off what other people try and do” and that reviewers should simply ignore albums they don’t like. Speaking to Music
Fresh from closing the main stage at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival dates across the country and off the back of the release of their second LP The Brink, Sydney indie quartet The Jezabels have announce their first headlining dates for a 2014 Australian tour. In 2013, The Jezabels settled into life within a London studio
The Jezabels are the quintessential self-made success story. Two independent albums and three EPs in, they’ve conquered Australia and expanded their fan base into Europe and America. For a band only four-years-old, they’ve amassed an impressive and lengthy discography––one that makes the notoriously difficult second album seem less of a daunting task. Unlike other sophomore
Sydney indie quartet The Jezabels experienced a meteoric rise in 2011, selling out venues around the country and winning fans with their ethereal, soaring tunes. After the massive success of their debut LP, Prisoner, the band are releasing their sophomore effort, The Brink, next Friday, 31st January. Jezabels guitarist Sam Lockwood gave Mike Hohnen a