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27 Sep 13 at 11 am

Released today:

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Float Along - Fill Your Lungs

SHORT & SWEET REVIEW:
If you’ve ever seen these guys live, you’ll know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t, you really gotta check out some amazing Australian music. King Gizzard are like a cosmelodic journey to garage gold. Or surf psych. Or ‘some shit’, like their Facebook suggests. Check it out.

Stream the album HERE

They play Sydney on November 2nd at the Standard.

Buy tix HERE!!

Released today:King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Float Along - Fill Your LungsSHORT & SWEET REVIEW:If you’ve ever seen these guys live, you’ll know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t, you really gotta check out some amazing Australian music. King Gizzard are like a cosmelodic journey to garage gold. Or surf psych. Or ‘some shit’, like their Facebook suggests. Check it out.Stream the album HEREThey play Sydney on November 2nd at the Standard.Buy tix HERE!!
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06 Aug 13 at 5 pm

rookiemag:

Success is Sweeter Than Ever

Uncovering a lost gem from 1960s girl group Honey Ltd.

(via jerry-signfeld)

rookiemag:

Success is Sweeter Than Ever
Uncovering a lost gem from 1960s girl group Honey Ltd.
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18 Jul 13 at 10 pm

fioe:

giveittomelouder:

Jacco Gardner is a Dutch 60s psychedelic rock artist. His music is amazing, like early Pink Floyd stuff.

Saw Jacco in London last month, one of the best shows I’ve ever seen! He’s amazzzing

tags: jacco gardner 
fioe:

giveittomelouder:

Jacco Gardner is a Dutch 60s psychedelic rock artist. His music is amazing, like early Pink Floyd stuff.

Saw Jacco in London last month, one of the best shows I’ve ever seen! He’s amazzzing
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19 Jun 13 at 10 pm

youaintpunk:

Q: What do you think people should expect from their rock bands?

Joe: Let me say a groove, a vibe, a shot of humanity, a bit of uplifting. Some rebelliousness, some individuality. Some leads to follow things on into other musics or books or other areas of culture. I don’t know; something like that.

(Source: youaintpunk, via solipsists)

youaintpunk:

Q: What do you think people should expect from their rock bands?
Joe: Let me say a groove, a vibe, a shot of humanity, a bit of uplifting. Some rebelliousness, some individuality. Some leads to follow things on into other musics or books or other areas of culture. I don’t know; something like that.
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12 Jun 13 at 12 pm

vile-grotesque:

Music on the Bones

When vinyl was scarce various underground retailers sought out alternatives. One such alternative was to print music on old discarded x-rays they recovered from the Soviet hospital. The result was a flimsy disk with ghostly images of rib cages and broken limbs imprinted on the plastic.

(via qwux)

tags: music  vinyl  bones 

Hey guys, there’s a lot of sweet Sydney gigs coming up in the next few weeks so check yo calenders and get psyched!

THURSDAY JUNE 13th
KING KHAN & THE BBQ SHOW with MESA COSA
@ GOODGOD $25/$30 on the door

KING KHAN (secret show) with PALMS

@ ??
(LIKE CONVERSE ON FB TO GET FREE TIX)

SATURDAY JUNE 15th
BEACHES
with SONGS, FRIENDSTERS

@ GOODGOD $10.70 + BF

THURSDAY JUNE 20th
BEARHUG
with Joseph Liddy & The Skeleton Horse, The Metal Babies
@ BRIGHTON UP BAR


SATURDAY JUNE 21st
BORIS
@ MANNING BAR $45 + BF
                 
FBI FUNDRAISER
with… PALMS, BLOODS, STEP PANTHER, BIG SCARY, MELODIE NELSON, MAGNETIC HEADS, CATCALL DJ SET & MORE

@ OXFORD ART FACTORY


SATURDAY JUNE 22
FBI FUNDRAISER
with… Richard In Your Mind, Day Ravies, Unity Floors, SPOD, Donny Benet, Shady Lane, Alyx Dennison (Kyu), Straight Arrows (DJs), Adults
@ OXFORD ART FACTORY

AND JUST SO YOU CAN THINK ABOUT THIS WICKED LINE UP FOR THE NEXT MONTH…

JULY 20th
AT FIRST SIGHT
with… HTRK, TWERPS, THE LAURELS, BEACHES, SUPER WILD HORSES, SONGS, STRAIGHT ARROWS, HOLY BALM, DAY RAVIES @ CARRIAGEWORKS $35 (!!!!)

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09 Jun 13 at 12 pm

so keen

(Source: holybalm)

so keen
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07 Jun 13 at 12 pm

(Source: adriennexbitch)

tags: mac demarco 
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06 Jun 13 at 10 pm

Brian Eno, A Year With Swollen Appendices  (via gllob)

(Source: volumexii, via toxicwinner)

tags: brian eno  quote 

"Whatever you now find weird, ugly, uncomfortable and nasty about a new medium will surely become its signature. CD distortion, the jitteriness of digital video, the crap sound of 8-bit - all of these will be cherished and emulated as soon as they can be avoided. It’s the sound of failure: so much modern art is the sound of things going out of control, of a medium pushing to its limits and breaking apart. The distorted guitar sound is the sound of something too loud for the medium supposed to carry it. The blues singer with the cracked voice is the sound of an emotional cry too powerful for the throat that releases it. The excitement of grainy film, of bleached-out black and white, is the excitement of witnessing events too momentous for the medium assigned to record them."