Filed under: KID SAM, PSUCHE | Tags: KID SAM, Martin King, mess+noise, Oscar Slorach Thorne, PSUCHE, Two Bright Lakes
PSUCHE’s debut album came in at number 47 with the readers and number 40 with the critics. Oliver and Martin are making some amazing new music in an exciting new direction and 2010 is going to be a huge year for the boys.
KID SAM’s debut LP has found success beyond any expectations and both the readers and critics at Mess+Noise thought it deserved some recognition too, coming in at number 13 with the readers and number 10 with the critics. It’s going to be a massive summer for the Ryan lads, catch them at a festival or venue near you soon.
Filed under: KID SAM | Tags: down to the cemetery, hottest 100, triple j, Two Bright Lakes, We're Mostly Made Of Water
It’s that list-y time of year and the national broadcaster are putting together the people’s list of the hottest 100 tunes of 2009, and our own Kid Sam are amongst the short list with the songs Down to the Cemetery and We’re Mostly Made of Water. You can vote for the lads by clicking the button below and putting together a shortlist of ten songs that you thought were great.
Filed under: KID SAM | Tags: Annandale Hotel, Emma Russack, Falls Festival, KID SAM, meredith music festival, nsw, Peats Ridge, Sherlock's Daughter, Sydney, Two Bright Lakes
Anyone awake and lucky enough to be at Meredith might have born witness to the truth of this review of Kid Sam’s set at the festival last weekend. A pat on the back for all involved at this year’s festival, a fine time had by all!
The Ryan boys have a few more gigs before this year is out, including Peats Ridge, Falls Festival (SOLD OUT, sadly) and The Annandale Hotel in Sydney on the 27th with Sherlock’s Daughter and Emma Russack.
Filed under: PSUCHE | Tags: Blake Byron Smith, DJs Blake & Tig, Flutter Lyon, HORSE BAZAAR, Oscar Slorach Thorn, Owl+Moth
There’s a little too much to choose from this Thursday night, but there’ll be a medal up for grabs if you can make it to all three gigs that Two Bright Lakes artists are taking part in. Thursday night will be the Melbourne debut of Sydney musician/audio visual performance artist Flutter Lyon (View of Courage, Exquisite Corpse) at Horse Bazaar. Psuche will be supporting on the night alongside Melbourne’s Owl+Moth and DJs Blake & Tig, fresh from shaking the dancefloor at Otouto’s recent single launch. Visuals from Oscar Slorach Thorn, Oliver Hunter, Blake Byron Smith and of course the amazing audio/visual performance of Flutter Lyon. Tickets are $8 on the door, starting at 8pm.
Filed under: SEAGULL | Tags: Brunswick, Edinburgh Castle, Francis Plagne, MELBOURNE, Two Bright Lakes
This Thursday night you can catch Seagull supporting Francis Plagne at The Edinburgh Castle from 8:30pm, free entry! This will be Seagull’s last show in Melbourne this year, before he gears up for the release of Carmel Di Mattia, his sophomore album next year!