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MERE WOMEN

Photo Gallery: Mere Women + Nature Trails + FOREVR - The Foundry, Brisbane (17.09.15)

Mere Women were joined by Nature Trails and FOREVR at The Foundry in Brisbane last night. Andrew Wade was there and brings us these photos from the show:

Jack Ladder and the Dreamlanders, The Laurels and more to perform at new Sydney festival, Volumes!

Volumes 2015, a new live music concept across a number of different live music venues, has just announced its first line up. The event puts artists of different genres together into a lineup for each stage, in a unique aim to push the boundaries of dynamics and energy. Click through for more information and for the full first line up below…

Photo Gallery: Against Me! + Joyce Manor + Mere Women - The Metro Theatre, Sydney (30.05.15)

Supported by Joyce Manor and Sydney's Mere Women, Against Me! performed their sixth studio album Transgender Dysphoria Blues along with old favourites at The Metro Theatre last night. Belinda Dipalo was there to bring you these photos.

Album Review: Mere Women - Your Town (2014 LP)

On my first listen to Mere Women’s Your Town, I was hardly surprised to find that after the album had finished I had grown a natural glaze of eyeliner and a feathered mullet. Your Town is the Sydney Post–punk trio’s second album, though the first signed to Melbourne label Poison City Records and it could not be more different than the labels usual pop-punk offerings. Touring near nonstop since the release of Your Town, including the beloved Weekender Fest, it’s clear that this record already has a cult following. Whether it's a Scientology or a Jonestown cult isn't clear, but what is clear is why the album already has so many devoted followers.

New Music Video: Mere Women "Our Street" (2014)

Sydney post-punk trio Mere Women recorded their second album in a disused cold-storage warehouse in Orange, NSW, and the result is a bleak yet beautiful collection of tracks, of which this is one of the finest.

Live Review: Harmony + The Stevens + Mere Women - John Curtin Hotel, Melbourne (05.04.13)

The John Curtin band room is as dark as I have ever seen it. It suited perfectly for some dark chord crunching bands to fill the room with their insanely doomy music. Any god-fearing music lover - is there such a thing? - would turn away at the door if they had no idea what they were seeing.

Tour Updates: Flume, Passenger, PiL, They Might Be Giants, Frightened Skulls, Dying Fetus, Yacht Club Djs, Bloc Party and more!

In this issue: Passenger, Hungry Kids of Hungary, PVT, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Frightened Skulls, They Might Be Giants and Flume add extra shows, Zac Brown Band play Sydney, Dying Fetus & Putrid Pile and Yacht Club Djs announce supports, World’s End Press to tour with Bloc Party, last two shows for Melbourne Zoo’s twilight shows and punk PiL change Brisbane venue.

Passenger National Tour Sold out Nationally, New Dates Announced!

Toy Balloon + Super Melody + Towels + The Townhouses + Mere Women - The Workers Club (05.03.2011)

Sydney trio Mere Women do the whole minimalist experimental thing, but they don’t do it well live.