On the back of their ARIA top 10 album Aesthesis, Queenslanders Dead Letter Circus hit Melbourne’s Forum Theatre with 10 Years and Guards of May in tow to deliver three hours of straight up alt-rock goodness.
Dead Letter Circus are currently halfway through their national Aesthesis tour over the weekend, they played a massive set at The Forum Theatre in Melbourne. They were supported by 10 YEARS from the United States. Kimberley Salmond was there and brings you these shots!
With the Graphic Festival bringing some brilliant artists and minds to the Sydney Opera House, all eyes are going to be on how some visual and musical partnerships go down with Harbour City crowds. Elsewhere down the coast, some exciting Aussie bands both emerging and established will be doing their thing this weekend - check out who we're going to be catching!
We're two weeks out from the 2015 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards and with the performers and first round nominees already announced, the good folk at AIR have today announced the latest nominees to the pool of great talent already up for awards. The nominees for Best Independent Music Label have been rolled out this morning, including Elefant Traks, Milk! Records, Liberation Music, Future Classic and Ivy League Records. The category, introduced in 2012, saw I OH YOU win at last year's ceremony, held at North Melbourne's Meat Market venue in October.
The Aesthesis tour rolled into Fremantle where Dead Letter Circus put in a solid performance. They were supported by Guards of May and Graphic Characters. Our photographer Stuart Sevastos was there to capture the action of the night.
Photo: Tom Barnes.
Happy October! As we edge closer to the festive (and festival) season, we have national tours kicking off, more international bands arriving and some of our favourite locals doing their own thing around the country. Check out some of our picks for the weekend ahead, below.
In what seems something of a break from tradition, Brisbane four-piece Dead Letter Circus have been revealed today as the second band to play the iconic Soundwave Festival in 2016. Dead Letter Circus will join Bullet For My Valentine at the three date event, who were announced last week and the reveal comes hot off the heels of the release of their third LP Aesthesis (out now).
In This Issue: July is done bring on August! Fresh off the tracks with Dead Letter Circus and The Bastard Sons there is also a slew of debuts coming up, check it out!
Brisbane rockers Dead Letter Circus came through Melbourne, supported by I Am Giant, the Northcote Social Club being one of the latest to be rocked by the frenetic live band! The 'While You Wait Tour' has been such a great one so far - check out Kimberley Salmond's shots from the Melbourne show!
We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to this weekend and deliver you this guide - our national gig picks of the week!
Dead Letter Circus rolled into Capitol and put on amazing show. Joining in the fun were Sleepmakeswaves and local metal powerhouse Voyager.
We've taken a look at some of the shows we're going to be heading to this weekend and deliver you this guide!
Not quite a follow-up but definitely a supplement to their monumental 2013 album The Catalyst Fire comes Stand Apart - a 25-minute EP from Brissy rockers Dead Letter Circus. But just how good is it? Dave Roberts delivers his verdict...
Dead Letter Circus hit the road once again earlier in the month on the brief and intimate Acoustic Reimagined tour, releasing a new EP in Stand Apart alongside it. Our very own Kimberley Salmond had the chance to catch up with the band's lead vocalist Kim Benzie to talk about it all, looking ahead to their just announced December tour with sleepmakeswaves...
Brisbane's Dead Letter Circus have today announced that they will be embarking on a national tour this December! With their latest EP Stand Apart proving the band's talent and imaginative creativity once more, the DLC fan base have been revelling in recent stripped back and reimagined sets but now crowds around the country who had missed out on seeing the five piece now have their shot at seeing the band do what they do best! Dead Letter Circus will be bringing their high energy shows to all the major capitals, plus some regional venues, with Sydney's sleepmakeswaves along for the ride with their amazing Love of Cartography record in tow.