Soundcheck 23/11 :: Tiny Ruins + Luluc + Hermitude + more…
Another smorgasbord of fantastic tunes and legendary acts this week. Highlights include New Zealand folk songstress Tiny Ruins at Oxford Art Factory, Sub Pop signees Luluc returning to their native Australia, FBi favourites Hermitude hitting up the Hordern Pavilion, plus heaps more.
Soundcheck 25/5 :: Bill Callahan + Hey Geronimo + Astronomy Class + more…
Country-flavoured folkie Bill Callahan, Brisbane indie rockers Hey Geronimo, Sydney’s very own Papa Pilko & the Binrats, a stellar line-up of artists from the Elefant Traks roster and heaps will be hitting stages this week.
NEWS :: Secret Garden Festival 2015 lineup announced
Our favourite little farm festival is back – and well, it’s not that little anymore!
GALLERY :: The Blurst Of Times Sydney
The many strange faces made at Sydney’s first Blurst Of Times festival at the Factory Theatre! Photos by Callum Van de Mortel.
Watch :: Jeremy Neale ‘Swing Left’
Fans of Jeremy Neale will be familiar with his fun, low-budget video clips… this one is different though. High quality shots, smoke and lighting effects, and um… Jeremy arm-wrestling mutants.
Interview :: Jeremy Neale
Gemma Piali gets style advice from Velociraptor’s Jeremy Neale, before he plays a live set from the Label State pop up store on Oxford St. It’s very good advice.
Jeremy Neale on Friday Arvos with Sweetie & Shag
Before leaving for his solo UK tour, Brisbane-native Jeremy Neale (member of Velociraptor) joins Sweetie and Shag to perform a live song and talk about both his love for saxophones and Tom Hanks.
Interview :: Velociraptor
As delicious as a 1kg box of Whitman’s sampler chocolates; Emily Smith chats to Jeremy Neale of Velciraptor about their latest Mini LP sampler.