Uniting at the Tivoli later this month.
The Kite String Tangle
It’s wine time!
Plus The Kite String Tangle, Set Mo and more.
“This record shall remain framed on my wall until the world crumbles under a cinematic barrage of nuclear missiles from all directions”
The man behind TKST, still has some tricks up his sleeve
The Kite String Tour.
Lock em’ in.
Out of this world.
An unselfish thing to do, really.
And the lineup is definitely a catch.
Newcastle’s biggest NYE party is returning for another round.
Ivan Ooze wraps up his high-energy, double-fist-pump heavy set with, “You guys have been the fuckin’ gnarliest festival crowd we’ve played for.” Let’s be honest, it may be early afternoon, but ‘fuckin’ gnarly’ is pretty standard for Newy. The menacing storm clouds provide the perfect backdrop for this Halloween party. Newcastle’s foreshore is littered with
It was a warm homecoming for Flight Facilities at the promising new Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival. After storming everywhere from Coachella to SXSW to Splendour, Jimmy Lyell returned to his home turf for the boutique festival (“Thanks for making it so special,” he said). Shoulders were mounted and fists were pumped under disco
Newcastle’s new boutique music festival This That has announced its maiden lineup, packed with the likes of RüFüS, Birds Of Tokyo, and Tkay Maizda. The festival’s 16-act lineup also includes Sticky Fingers, The Jungle Giants, Kilter, The Kite String Tangle, Asta and more. Announced just over a week ago, This That will make its debut
Two of Australian music’s rising stars have joined forces. Producer Danny Harley, aka The Kite String Tangle, and his mate Dustin Tebbutt, have revealed their sparkling new collaboration, Illuminate, and also locked in a co-headline tour. Harley says the pair came to work together after some mutual admiration. “Dustin and I decided to work on
Get ready to take to the seas.
Queensland locals Violent Soho, metalcore outfit The Amity Affliction and country group Halfway have taken home some of the biggest prizes from last night’s 2015 Queensland Music Awards. Hosted by triple j‘s Sarah Howells and hip hop veteran Fred Leone (aka Rival MC), the 2015 QMAs saw Violent Soho claim the Album Of The Year
The pressure on a successful music festival in its second year is almost expected. Will it be as good as last year? Will it be better? Will they have introduced anything new? Will it have fixed those niggling problems? Or will it join the long list of events that have failed in the floundering Aussie
Fifteen more Australian acts have been added to the South by Southwest Music Festival and Conference 2015, joining an already strong local contingent. Tkay Maidza, San Cisco, The Delta Riggs, DMA’s, Meg Mac, Remi. and plenty more will head to Austin, Texas in March, alongside a plethora of international hype acts. The new Aussie additions