Hail, hail rock ‘n’ roll! And all hail the The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion! Back with a brand new album and an Australian tour in August 2015.
Returning for a headline appearance at Supersense – Melbourne’s newest cultural event – also featuring John Cale, Lydia Lunch, Mark Ribot, Chris Abrahams (The Necks), HTRK and more. Elsewhere The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion will lift the roof off of venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart and Perth.Continue reading
Ed Kuepper’s first tour of 2015 will see him performing a set of largely new and as-yet-unrecorded material for a tour being dubbed Nostalgia For The New. In a twist to the norm, Herr Kuepper will undertake the tour via a 3-week-mid-week residency in Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne with spin-off weekend shows in regional areas.Continue reading
Pioneering rock ‘n’ roll legends and the band the Sydney Opera House deemed a security threat (via their 2010 Australian debut at the Lou Reed curated Vivid Festival) The King Khan & BBQ Show announce side shows to their 2015 Splendour In The Grass appearance: Wed 22nd July Sydney Oxford Arts Factory // Friday 24th July Melbourne Corner Hotel. Geelong’s new anointed Kings of Garage, The Living Eyes, support at both shows. Tickets on-sale this Friday. Get some!
Feel are pleased to announce The King Khan & BBQ Show are confirmed for Splendour In The Grass. See the two-piece drums-guitar outfit perform their unique blend of sixties garage and doo-wop alongside Best Coast, The Church, Spiritualized, Dandy Warhols, Tame Impala, Bad // Dreems & more. Full ticketing details at splendourinthegrass.com. Continue reading
On his last visit to Australia Bill Callahan performed at a ski resort atop a mountain in Victoria. He also appeared in a former school for wayward girls on an island in Sydney Harbour. Both events being held under the All Tomorrows Parties banner and holding a special place in Australian festival folklore. Continue reading