On Saturday July 20th Carriageworks in Sydney will host At First Sight which is being billed as a ‘vinyl romance’ style festival with 11 bands and more than 10 DJs soundtracking the day while you peruse the record bins of record stores, labels and private sellers. This is a killer line-upof bands that you are unlikely to see all on the same festival stage. Great … Continue reading NEWS: The ‘At First Sight’ record fair and festival is fast approaching….
written by Chris Familton The Gooch Palms set off the evening with some nudity, tattoos and wild garage rock and it was impressive stuff for a two-piece of just guitar and keyboards. Granted there were some pre-recorded drums thrown into the mix but most punters probably didn’t notice the lack of a drummer with the over-the-top antics of frontman Leroy Macqueen. With an impressive chest … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Super Wild Horses/Straight Arrows @ GoodGod, Sydney 12/08/11
Straight Arrows/Super Wild Horses/The Gooch Palms @ GoodGod 19/08/11 , a set on Flickr. Continue reading PHOTOS: Straight Arrows/Super Wild Horses/The Gooch Palms @ GoodGod 19/08/11
written by Chris Familton It was a night for the girls on stage at Oxford Art Factory with only Best Coast’s Bob Bruno representing the male form. Super Wild Horses were up first and though they seemed tentative and a little thin on sound for the first few songs they quickly built up a great vibe with their Sonic Youth guitar tones and sometimes chanting, … Continue reading LIVE REVIEW: Best Coast @ OAF, Sydney (07/03/11)
written by Chris Familton Fifteen is the debut album from Melbourne guitar/drums duo Super Wild Horses. No doubt you will have already heard them on the Bonds commercial that also features Ella Stiles from Songs jumping around. Fifteen’s strength is the way it has been minimally produced with no instrumental or structural excess and avoids descending into blues robbery like so many other two piece … Continue reading REVIEW: SUPER WILD HORSES | Fifteen