Feel are chuffed to announce the return of NYC originals Battles, confirmed to appear on all legs of the travelling Laneway Festival this Jan / Feb 2016. Catch the full scoop in the video here. Tickets on-sale Wednesday 30th September. Be there!
The Mark Of Cain return to active service this November / December with their 2015 ‘Tour Of Duty’. The tour takes in the usual hot spots: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth plus Newcastle and the band’s first visit to Geelong in this century! The tour will also feature a mid-week two night residency at Adelaide’s Enigma Bar with all proceeds going to Cancer Council South Australia. Continue reading
You lucky, lucky people of Adelaide, ‘our’ very own Violent Femmes are among the first acts announced for WOMADELAIDE. Surely there has to to be more shows, right? C’mon!
The legendary bard of the Australian music follows his recent Nostalgia For The New east coast residency with a couple of festival slots and a further regional foray. Ed will visit the Akoostik Festival in Wingham (mid-NSW) and Bellingen’s Cafe No.5. Ticket details in the side bar.
Hear new stuff from most intense quiet band, Duluth Minnesota trio LOW. We truly love this band. Can’t get enough. Check out the tension in newbie No Comprehende off the Mojo approved (****) album Ones & Sixes here.
Are you hip to Mirel Wagner yet? No? You like old world blues, twisted folk maybe. How about the melody of Mazzy Star and the intonation of Patti Smith. Are you getting it? Yes? OK, listen in here. You need this.
Four Tet follows the release of his recent two-track album Morning / Evening with the announcement of a co-headline festival at Glenworth Valley’s Lost Paradise. Four Tet will perform a DJ set running to the early hours of the morning. Details here
The Yabba is the first taste of new material from Battles since their 2011 album Gloss Drop. Its taken from their soon-to-be-released new album La Di Da Di. Mmmm… smells good, try a bit!
Following the release of this years brilliant Untethered Moon LP, Feel Presents favourites Built to Spill recently performed a live set for Seattle radio station KEXP – and its smoking! For fans of Dinosaur J, Neil Young and other exponents of sweet melancholia and guitar wig-outs.