The biggest showcase of Australian music in the UK that is, of course, the Aussie BBQ, will be returning to Cargo for another 12 massive hours of music and food this month! May 12 will see the London venue host and showcase the best international Australian music in a quintessentially British setting.
Presented by Sounds Australia, in its fifth year in 2013, the Aussie BBQ will be featuring the amazing talents of these artists:
Deep Sea Arcade
This broadcast will not be broadcasted! What?! Take off your headphones, Radio is in trouble. Also, if you haven’t seen him on the festival rounds, Flume, is touring the nation. Rita Ora, Rita who now? Well you should learn the name. And wait there’s more.
This time last year we divulged our top twelve Australian artists and top five international artists to watch over the following twelve months. So we figured now was as good a time as any to have a look back and see how they all fared...
Peats Ridge pros, the two Nicks of Deep Sea Arcade swing back in the hammock playfully joking away as Jo snaps photos and they play with the sand and toy shovel and bucket.
We head to Glenworth Valley in NSW for the annual Peats Ridge Festival. Check out these photos by Johto from Day One ft. Deep Sea Arcade, The Herd, The Preatures, Mat McHugh and many more...
Set in the stunning surrounds of Glenworth Valley, Peats Ridge is a festival like no other that mixes in a bit of everything. On top of the amazing music lineup, you can learn all kinds of yoga, including the amazing laugh yoga, or belly dancing, drumming, mask making, all kinds of things about the lands traditional owners and any number of ways to live sustainably.
We continue our top 40 albums of 2012 countdown with the third part of our journey to the number one spot...
Big Day Out fans were given something to get excited about when the festival released timetables, local band line ups and more for the 2013 installment! Along with this announcement, the Big Day Out is also thrilled to announce that the Lilypad will be making its return, and there will also be a brand new stage at all festival stops - the Red Stage.
Check out the additions to each leg of the Big Day Out below!
Deep Sea Arcade brought their fun pop music to The Metro and played to a whole lot of appreciative fans.
What a year it’s been for Sydney five-piece Deep Sea Arcade. From releasing their debut album to their first extended European and UK tour, it’s exciting times for a band who just a few years ago spoke of their desire to break out of the Sydney music scene. Add an Australian Music Prize nomination, regular rotation on Triple J, festival appearances in Germany, French chateaus and Ferris Bueller moments in Berlin, and you can see why Nick Weaver, the band’s eminently personable bass player, is feeling pretty good.
With an enthusiasm that rivals a kid on Christmas Eve and a conversation that reaches well over the allotted interview time (an impressive twenty-five minutes), Nic McKenzie from Deep Sea Arcade is the lead vocalist of a band whose breakout album Outlands is the talk of the town. Read on as Nic excitedly tells me about their new lead guitarist Jimmy, why pears and white chocolate are on their obnoxious rider request, the hilarious tale of that female bare bum in the "Steam: video clip and the gruelling directorial process...
In this issue: Ruby Frost is set to bring her energy from NZ to The Espy, High On Fire get ready to thrash their way through The Espy, Urban Stone takes on the Tokio Hotel, Charlie Musselwhite is stopping by The Gov and much more!
RUBY FROST (NZ), POLO CLUB & MORE TAKE TO THE ESPY IN SEPTEMBER