New favorite Scottish group! Caught these guys last night at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. It was horrible having to go to Brooklyn (God hates Brooklyn), but these guys made it worth the while. They’re on a 17-date US tour right now (including Lane Way Detroit), and after that they’re going to Sweden I think? Check here for deets. If you get the chance to see these guys–see these guys.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival
Posted By Lucille – 25.09.2012
One of the most looked forward to events of the year St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is on again and it’s bringing their most forward-thinking and eclectic line-up to date. It’s all classic Laneway: the newest and most exciting acts from here and around the globe, programmed by music-lovers for music fans, delivered to you in an intimate, metropolitan setting and one of the only festivals that are devoid of sweaty, munted freaks.
Featuring the likes of Flume, Alt-J, Bat For Lashes, Chet Faker and The Rubens don’t miss your chance to experience these artists in an atmosphere like no other. Pre-sale tickets are available on the 3rd of October from here and General Public tickets on sale 9am Friday October 5th so get in quick!
Australia is also lucky to be a part of the global series started by The Mumford & Sons entitled “Gentlemen Of the Road” (A Camping Stopover) in Dungog NSW on Saturday October 20. Bringing with them Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Sarah Blasko, Willy Mason, Husky, Matt Corby and Yacht Club DJs the one day outdoor event will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience these artists in an intimate setting. Tickets went on sale in August so scurry on to the website to try snag your self some copies!
Punch The Camera is a bi-annual photography zine inspired by adventure, exploration, and open spaces. All things I personally am a big fan of. For the latest issue of the zine put together by Justin Parkhurst, I was lucky enough to be one of the photographers featured alongside Foster Huntington, John Kilar, Justin Parkhurst, Jim Mangan, Kevin Trageser, and Bryan Schutmaat. If you want a little taste of the wanderlust evoked by this book of photos you should pick up yourself a copy right here.