Spoon + Mike Noga @ Metro Theatre Sydney, Australia, March 23rd, 2017 Mike Noga has stepped things up and fleshed out his live show with a full band that at times featured a triple guitar approach. The transition from solo performer to band leader mean he’s lost a bit of that Dylan-esque raconteur vibe but one can see where he’s taking it – giving the … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Spoon

NEW MUSIC: Spoon – Can I Sit Next To You

Spoon (Britt Daniel, drummer Jim Eno, bassist Rob Pope and Alex Fischel on keyboards and guitar) are releasing their new LP Hot Thoughts on March 17th via Matador Records/Remote Control Records. They’ve already released the first single and now they’ve posted the warped and spooky clip for the keyboard-heavy clip for ‘Can I Sit Next To You’, reminiscent to our ears of The Cure and Prince in the clipped rhythm. Spoon – Sydney & Melbourne … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Spoon – Can I Sit Next To You

ds…twenty five – our favourite releases of 2010

That’s it then, 2010 done and dusted and although it wasn’t the best year ever for new music there were some damn fine records released. This year we’re seeing an even more eclectic mix of flavours coming through from witch house, minimal electronica, americana, experimental and the all encompassing indie tag. Have a look at what we loved through the year, click on the covers … Continue reading ds…twenty five – our favourite releases of 2010


written by Chris Familton Spoon have been one of the most consistent bands over the last decade with each release slowly growing their audience and receiving greater acclaim from critics. Ahead of their tour of Australia, Spoon’s multi-instrumentalist Eric Harvey called in to chat about their latest album Transference – how it was written, recorded and where it fits into Spoon. Transference comes as Spoon … Continue reading INTERVIEW: SPOON