INTERVIEW: Django Django (2018)

TIC TAC TOE TAPPING On the eve of the release of their third album, Marble Skies, and an hour before they take the stage in London to launch it, drummer/producer David Maclean chats with Chris Familton about where the inspiration comes from in the creation of their multifaceted sound. Django Django are now three albums deep into a career that started with a bang when … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Django Django (2018)

ALBUM REVIEW: Django Django – Marble Skies

In the past Django Django have managed to wrangle the seemingly disparate styles of electronic pop and rockabilly rhythms into songs that roll and pulse, both on the dance floor and as highly attractive synth pop. They continue that template here but it all sounds more refined and cohesive. Their trademark vocal delivery and the way the melodies and harmonies are layered and blended is … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Django Django – Marble Skies

ALBUM REVIEW: Django Django – Born Under Saturn

Three years ago another English electronic act added their name to the list that includes Depeche Mode, New Order and Underworld; bands that were able to harness futuristic sounds and marry them with a pop sensibility. They all wrote uber-catchy songs yet a common strain of melancholy coursed through most of their work. Django Django (and Hot Chip) in particular are continuing that legacy and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Django Django – Born Under Saturn

LIVE REVIEW: Django Django, The Cast of Cheers @ OAF, Sydney (01/08/12)

by C. Familton Fresh from a weekend of Splendour, both of tonight’s bands were in town to play sideshows and build on the justified hype of their debut albums. The Cast of Cheers were in support yet they showed no signs of just being there to warm up the sold out audience. From the get-go they played fast, enthusiastically and with an endearing sense of … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Django Django, The Cast of Cheers @ OAF, Sydney (01/08/12)

NEWS: First round of Splendour in the Grass sideshows announced

The wealth of talent appearing at this year’s already sold out Splendour in the Grass festival has now begun spilling over into sideshows. The first round features the long awaited return of The Afghan Whigs as well as headline gigs from Youth Lagoon and Django Django. Check the details below for all the shows. THE AFGHAN WHIGS WEDNESDAY JULY 25 – THE HI-FI, MELBOURNE Tickets … Continue reading NEWS: First round of Splendour in the Grass sideshows announced