live shows

Posted 25 Apr 2012 @ 9:54pm



Define your genre in five words or less:

We own all genres haha


What can a punter expect from your live show?

Our live shows are always really exciting. It feels like anything can happen on any given night. We put every last drop of our energy into every single show.


What makes a good musician...

Posted 20 Apr 2012 @ 7:49am


If there is one thing we expect from Clark, after ten years of releases on the seminal UK label Warp Records, it's change and experimentation in his music.



His latest album, Iradelphic, starts out with acoustic guitar, moves through arpeggiated synths, crunched out drums and organic sounds. There are even some wonderful collaborations with famed Massive Attack...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 1:53pm


Define your genre in five words or less: 

Missy Higgins meets The Waifs.


So, someone is walking past as you are playing, they then go get a beer and tell their friend about you... what do they say?
"Man, that chick can play the guitar!"


Do you have any record releases to date? What are they? Where can I get them?
My 2009 studio album...

Posted 29 Mar 2012 @ 3:37pm

This April the People's Market container area will welcome Peachy Live, a special unearthed compilation of artists.


The Peoples Market which acts as a creative space will be a particularly musical space when Peachy Live brings together Melbourne bands, Celadore, Eloji, The Wellingtons, Bittersweet Kicks and The McQueens. The Thousand Pound Bend mixologists will be looking after...

Posted 16 Mar 2012 @ 10:24am

Splicing, dividing, subtracting... then adding, multiplying and generally cooking up one big mix of sounds is what Japanese experimentalists Boris do best. A case in point being all three of the band’s brand new albums – Attention Please, Heavy Rocks and New Album – each record intertwining with one another to create one of the most interesting trilogies in music of late. Just call it “extreme...

Posted 6 Mar 2012 @ 2:22pm

So then, what’s the band name and what do you ‘do’ in the band?
The band’s name is The Philistines, my name is Chris, and I play guitar and sometimes throw things.


Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?
Garage-Punk with a twist of wasted.


What do you love about making music?

Posted 2 Nov 2011 @ 10:10am

It's focus that set HTRK apart. Slow paced and with an overall icy atmosphere of lust and desperation, new album Work (work, work), their follow up to their debut LP Marry Me Tonight, displays a clarity of vision that is coming to define their practice. The entire album rooted in the theme of desires, realised or denied, the now two piece have delivered a work that walks their carefully drawn...

Posted 28 Jul 2011 @ 9:36am

"Australia, it's like a different way to feel the music. Like when I am playing, they are way more energetic than anywhere else all over the world." Simon Delacroix, aka Toxic Avenger, is a big fan of Australia. Having performed here several times, he has found the audiences responsive in a way that they are not necessarily on a global scale. While unwilling to deride other regions in the way...

Posted 8 Jul 2011 @ 1:04pm

Hailing from Chicago, where conditions are a little windy, critically acclaimed metal-inclined outfit Russian Circles have announced their debut visit to Australian shores.


The instrumentalist three-piece have been blowing minds since the release of their debut album Enter, and are set to release their fourth full-length later in 2011. Their live shows are renowned to be a...

Posted 8 Jun 2011 @ 12:16pm

“I think we brought a lot of fear to the game,” says an animated Sticky Fingaz. For adolescent males, particularly Caucasian ones, the sight of four scowling black men with bald heads and hoodies proved to be equal parts appealing and frightening. It was 1993, a time of transition, a time where the music industry was about to face an attack of the mad face. “That’s a part of life, a lot of...


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