Aug 282013
 

Anna Smyrk and the Appetites
Apocalypse

Anna Smyrk and the Appetites are pleased to present their latest musical offering unto you.
their latest single “Apocalypse”, the first song to be lifted from their forthcoming debut album of the same name.

a·poc·a·lypse n.
1. Great or total devastation; doom
2. A prophetic disclosure; a revelation.

Here’s the stunning new film clip:

TOUR DATES

Warrnambool
30 August: The Loft
6/58 Liebig St, Warrnambool 
http://www.theloftbar.com.au

Deans Marsh
31 August: Martian’s Cafe
12 Lorne Road, Deans Marsh
http://www.martianscafe.com.au

Melbourne
14 September: Grace Darling Hotel
114 Smith St, Collingwood  
http://www.thegracedarlinghotel.com.au/gig-guide

Ballarat
5 October: Babushka Lounge Cafe
59 Humffray Street North, Ballarat
https://www.facebook.com/Babushka

Aug 232013
 

delsinki

Melbourne based singer songwriter Delsinki Records (aka Craig Johnston) is pleased to launch the second single from his debut EP on Sunday, October 6 at Toff In Town from 7pm.

He will be joined in a rare Melbourne appearance by Sydney troubadour Karl Broadie, who is launching his long awaited new album and by pirate shred specialist Citrus Jam.

Burnt Out by the Light was written in memory of Johnston’s former band mate and harmonica player Sonny Lewis who passed late last year and you can view the companion animated video clip here: http://youtu.be/fs4fPT1aC5A.

Delsinki Records is the first solo ep Johnston has released and earlier this year he took it on the road, playing Hobart, Sydney and Melbourne, also appearing at the Adventure Bay Blues & Roots Festival and the inaugural Leaps & Bounds Music Festival.

The four song ep also contains three other tracks – In Over My Head, Sanchez and What You Dream Is Not Your Fault, Each track has a corresponding film clip, which will be shown at the Toff as part of the multimedia presentation to launch Burnt Out By The Light.
Prior to Delsinki Records, Johnston was the founding member of a band called Gretchen Lewis (2002), still a going concern whose high-octane sound continues to captivate Melbourne audiences.

Last year he performed at the Sydney Opera House, The Perth Concert Hall and the Wool Shed (Gnaraloo) as part of the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s The Reef – a creative collaboration between Richard Tognetti, Mick Sowry & Jon Frank. This trip was the inspiration for some of the material on this EP.

Craig also sang along side Brian Ritchie from (The Violent Femmes) as a part of the 2013 The Reef Australian/Hong Kong Tour, which started in Brisbane and finished up in Sydney at the Opera House before finishing with a flourish in Hong Kong.

Tix $10 on the door at Toff In Town, Second Floor, Curtin House, 252 Swanston St, Melbourne on Sunday, October 6 from 7pm.

Visit:

Delsinki Records – www.delsinkirecords.com
Karl Broadie – www.youtube.com/user/kbroadie?feature=watch
Citrus Jam – www.reverbnation.com/citrusjam

Aug 152013
 
BROTHERS HAND MIRROR - 'Picture Tape' - live at Gasometer - 6 September

After a month-long sweat invoking residency at The Tote in July, Brothers Hand Mirror are pleased to present their latest EP ‘Picture Tape’! ‘Picture Tape’ sees the Brothers collaborate with a label for the first time, releasing the 3 track EP on Paul “PBDY” Preston’s fledgling label TAR. PBDY approached Oscar Vincente Slorach-Thorn (Oscar Key [more]