LIVE REVIEW: Augie March @ The Lansdowne, Sydney

Augie March, Ro @ The Lansdowne, Sydney 26th May 2018 Augie March’s recently released Bootikins album has found the group in fine form, balancing the art and the emotion of their music to resounding effect. It shows on stage too  a band in union and musical communion, relaxed and confident and bathing in the warm glow of fandom from the Lansdowne audience. Earlier in the evening, Sydney … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Augie March @ The Lansdowne, Sydney

INTERVIEW: Augie March

THE ABSURDITY OF CALIGULA From his home in Hobart, Glenn Richards has a revealing conversation with Chris Familton about the life and times of Augie March, why he is proud of their new album and the challenge of combining intelligence and humour in songwriting. Augie March are a band that have had their fair share of ups and downs, lost chances and a hiatus. The … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Augie March

REVIEW: AUGIE MARCH @ Metro Theatre, Sydney (17/07/09)

Reviewed for LiveGuide. The Watch Me Set My Strange Sun You Bloody Choir tour is billed as a bit of a retrospective look at the work to date of Augie March and it serves as a closing chapter on the first volume of the band’s career. As singer Glenn Richards announced towards the end of their set, this is the last tour for a few … Continue reading REVIEW: AUGIE MARCH @ Metro Theatre, Sydney (17/07/09)

NEWS: 2009 SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS lineup…

SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS 2009 – 1ST LINEUP Bloc Party (in their ONLY Australian show), The Flaming Lips, Jane’s Addiction, MGMT (also in their ONLY Australian show), Hilltop Hoods, Grinspoon, Midnight Juggernauts, The Specials, Sarah Blasko, Augie March, Josh Pyke, Friendly Fires, Little Birdy, Birds Of Tokyo, The Gutter Twins, Manchester Orchestra, Yuksek, Bob Evans, White Lies, Kram, Yves Klein Blue, Decoder Ring, Lost Valentinos, … Continue reading NEWS: 2009 SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS lineup…

NEWS: BYRON BAY BLUESFEST 2009 Line-up…

The first run of acts for the Byron Bay Bluesfest 2009 Blues & Roots Festival has been announced. Leading the pack is Ben Harper and Michael Franti and Spearhead (surprise, surprise). These guys must surely be honorary Australians by now. Of the other acts, the most notable inclusions in the humble opinion of Doubtful Sounds is Drive By Truckers, Tinariwen, Seasick Steve and Lucinda Williams.  … Continue reading NEWS: BYRON BAY BLUESFEST 2009 Line-up…