Wanted punk , hip hop and electronic artist in Melbourne / Sydney / Byron bay - to do fundraisers to bring ----- PUSSY RIOT --- to our shores . And to do a public forum on the controlling main stream media of today , this will be a series of direct actions via gigs and...
Mr. Dream's earlier records advocated enthusiasm over originality, with touches of sarcasm, cynicism, slyness, and self-awareness about the open appropriation of musical heroes. On the group’s posthumous full-length, their swirl of perk and punk has turned a little sour.
Gainesville outfit Dikembe return with Mediumship, their follow-up to 2012's Broad Shoulders. The new album—which combines elements of pop punk, alternative rock, and emo—arrives July 22 via Tiny Engines.
Phaedra by Euripides. Directed by Michael Dean. 17 – 26 July 8pm. Sun 6pm
When Phaedra falls in love with her stepson Hippolytus, it all goes really, really well and everyone lives long and fruitful lives. Here is a list of things that are in this play: savage chastity, erotic shame, ritual sacrifice, burning passion, synth-pop. Sydney’s fearless new theatre company brings to death Euripides’ tragic, art-punk heroine. Based on Hippolytus by Euripides. Directed by Michael Dean. With Danielle Baynes, Melissa Brownlow, Sinead Curry, Cheyne Fynn, Richard Hilliar, Katrina Rautenberg, Nathaniel Scotcher and Jennifer White. Assistant Director: Hal Conyngham Design: Catherine Steele Sound: Tim Mall, Monisha Ponnaiya Lighting: Christopher Page Movement: Rachel Weiner Preview 16 July. Performances 17-26 July. Tues-Sat 8pm, Sun 6pm. TAP Gallery Downstairs, 45 Burton St, Darlinghurst. Tickets: $30 Adult, $25 Concession, $22 Preview and Cheap Tuesday. http://www.trybooking.com/FDWV
Cherry picked by seminal, independent US label Sub-Pop Co-founder Jonathan Poneman, the man who famously discovered Nirvana, nu-folk duo Luluc dream-weave haunting lullabies. "All the beauty from so much toil, I'll always be with you,” trill the lyrics from Tangled Heart, the standout track from the Brooklyn-residing Melbourne-born duo’s first album, Passerby. Due for release next Monday, recorded and produced by Luluc members Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett and The National’s Aaron Dessner in his garage in Brooklyn. The result is totally entrancing.
Since the age of eight i have hummed and whistled a particular choon from a kids TV show which i was absolutely infatuated with back in the UK. In the mid eighties i even recorded the choon into a punk song called 'Theres no excuse for fighting' which i released as a cassette: Yesterday i saw a review of a new movie..which I at once recognized as the source of this particular part of my childhood.. So below is the original soundtrack which i rediscovered last night.. and the trailer for the new release / remake: Fascinating stuff for me..hopefully not overly boring as fuk for you lot.. hahaha :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAlR9JWULEw
Former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly talks to Ian Cohen about his shadowy conceptual hardcore band United Nations, which aims to expose punk hypocrisy while providing plenty of blistering punk aggression at the same time. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Sun Ra's birth, and his interstellar take on jazz and funk continues to live on and in...