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ATLAS GENIUS

the AU interview: Atlas Genius (Adelaide)

Larry Heath sits down with Adelaide duo Atlas Genius to find out what they've been up to since we last spoke at SXSW in March. Sydney! They also look ahead to the festivals Lollapalooza and Outside Lands in the USA. This was filmed while the band were back in Australia to support Stereophonics, filmed at the Oxford Art Factory before their first ever headline show in Sydney.

Live Review: Stereophonics + Atlas Genius - Enmore Theatre (18.07.13)

Lauded Welsh rockers Stereophonics rarely visit our shores, so the opportunity to see one of only three shows that the rock veterans are giving Australia is something I just couldn’t pass up. The sold out Enmore Theatre was packed out early with eager fans anxious to hear what the new material from the acclaimed Graffiti on the Train sound like live. Before this, we were treated to an excellent support set from Adelaide’s Atlas Genius.

Photo Gallery and Live Review: Atlas Genius + Glass Towers + Gang Of Youths - Oxford Art Factory (17.07.13)

As most of Sydney watched the Origin, I headed along to Adelaide band Atlas Genius' first ever Sydney show. What's taken them so long? Well, you might remember them as "the talk of SXSW" and it seems that our music loving friends in the USA have grabbed a hold of them before they were given the love they deserved back home.

Tour Updates: Stereophonics, The Preatures, Thy Art is Murder, Enslaved and more!

In this issue: Jesus Christ Superstar tickets moving quickly, P!nk adds another Melbourne date, #MusicIsLife announce set times, La Dispute announce support acts, Laura Marling adds extra shows to Heavenly Sounds tour, The Preatures add new shows to single launch tour, Stereophonics add Perth date and announce Atlas Genius as support and INHEARTSWAKE announce local supports, as does Enslaved and Thy Art Is Murder!

Jesus Christ Superstar tickets selling fast!

Single Stream: Atlas Genius - "Get Lucky" (Daft Punk cover) (2013)

Atlas Genius, the duo out of Adelaide who have seemingly come out of nowhere in being a musical act to be keenly aware of, have done it again by providing their fans with their own take on one of this year's biggest tracks.

Stereophonics touring with Atlas Genius in July.

The last time fans saw Stereophonics live was back in 2010. Now, three years later they’re making their return, and it’s going to be good. Atlas Genius will be supporting the boys on their string on tour dates.

Tickets are on sale now via www.livenation.com.au and www.stereophonics.com

Thursday July 18th | Enmore Theatre, Sydney

Friday July 19th | The Hi-Fi Bar, Brisbane

Sunday July 21st | The Palace, Melbourne

Paul McCartney and Nine Inch Nails heading up the 2013 Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco!

The line up for the 2013 Outside Lands Festival has been announced, with the San Franciscan audience set to get amongst some awesome sets courtesy of Paul McCartney, a reformed Nine Inch Nails and more. From August 9-11, Golden Gate Park will become a music lover's haven; tickets are on sale now from sfoutsidelands.com/tickets, with a portion of ticket sales going toward San Francisco's Recreation and Park Department.

Check out the full line up below!

Album Review: Atlas Genius- When It Was Now (2013 LP)

Atlas genius hail from Adelaide in South Australia and feature Keith Jeffrey on vocals and guitar, his brother Michael Jeffrey on drums and Darren Sell on keyboards. Based on the strength of their first single “Trojans” in 2011 the band developed a loyal following, and the hype generated put them on everyone’s must see list, propelling them as far as the USA and UK. They even played at this year’s SXSW and are on the bill for Lollapalooza.

The Festival Diaries: Random Adventures at SXSW 2013.

This year, rather than opt for my traditional Festival Diaries format for SXSW, I went for a more straight forward approach, with a series of reviews on ground at the event. But there was the odd experience that I couldn't quite elaborate into its own article. So here now are all the leftovers of my experiences over ten days at SXSW 2013 in a Festival Diary special!

SXSW AU Interview: Atlas Genius (Adelaide)

One of the most buzzed about bands at SXSW were Adelaide's Atlas Genius. We caught up with them to talk about their successes so far, their time at SXSW, their new record and we look forward to the year ahead...

From 360 to WIM: The Aussies at SXSW 2013 - Part One

In just over a month, the city of Austin, Texas will be throwing open its doors to tens of thousands of music fans, industry officials and musicians for the annual SXSW music festival and conference. Amongst that number are thirty-eight Australian artists. Over the course of the next couple of weeks we'll be profiling these artists, offering a brief introduction to what they’re about and what they have to offer.

First round of local acts invited to SXSW 2013 include Vaudeville Smash and Gold Fields!

The madness that is SXSW is gearing up once again and the huge music and industry conference has revealed the first round of artists, whose appplications to showcase at the festival next year, have been successful.

The Australian artists heading to Texas for SXSW next year include:

Vaudeville Smash
Gold Fields
Sugar Army
The Swiss
Nolita Knights
Something For Kate
The Chevelles
San Cisco
Hiatus Kaiyote
Emma Louise
Atlas Genius
Seth Sentry
Bearhug