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Album News Weekly - 24th September 2015

In This Issue: Disclosure, Peaches, OPM, U.S. Girls, Gypsy and the Cat, Crayon Fields, The Pinheads, New Order, World's End Press, Kaskade and Fetty Wap...

Melbourne Music Week Announces Full 10-Day Line Up

The program for this year's Melbourne Music Week has been released, featuring some excellent talent! With tickets on sale now, here are just some of the fantastic artists who are set to take part in Melbourne Music Week!

Crayon Fields
Eskmo (USA)
Floating Points (UK)
Goblin (ITA)
Housse de Racket (FRA)
Kirin J Callinan
Matias Aguayo (CHL)
New War
Richard Devine (USA)

the AU interview: Geoffrey O'Connor (Melbourne)

Larry Heath caught up with Geoffrey O'Connor (of Crayon Fields / Sly Hats fame) to discuss his self-titled solo project, what we can expect on the Laneway Festival tour and more...

How’s it going? Are you in Melbourne at the moment?

Yeah, I’m just in Melbourne doing some video editing. It’s kind of doing my head in. Are you in Melbourne as well?

No, I’m up in Sydney and just been writing all day.

Cool (laughs)

the AU guide - Crayon Fields - October 2010


Melbourne Show - October 2010

Crayon Fields to play a farewell show in Melbourne, before Parklife & a US Tour!

Australian euphoric pop quartet, Crayon Fields, have a busy busy October ahead of them. They're heading off to the US on their ever proper American tour, after a brief trip to SXSW, LA and New York in March. This time the band are really hitting the road, playing up and down both coasts and stopping in New York for CMJ.

St Jerome's Laneway Festival - Lonsdale Street (01.02.09)

This was my first Laneway festival, I was excited because I have heard nothing but great things about it, and being an originally Melbourne festival, it had to be awesome, right?

Adam Green + The Harpoons + Crayon Fields - East Brunswick Club (14.12.08)

Despite it being a Sunday night, with many of Melbourne’s punters on their trip home from the weekends Meredith Festival, East Brunswick Club was packed full of fan ready to hear Adam Green kitsch folk rock songs.