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Album Review: Neon Indian - Vega INTL. Night School (2015 LP)

The highly praised tribal leader of indie synth returns with his first album in four years. We’re of course talking about Neon Indian and his long awaited LP Vega INTL. Night School, officially available this Friday.

Big Daddy Kane, Ratatat, Julia Holter, Briggs & more confirmed for the 25th Meredith Music Festival!

You know how you have that family member who generally stands out as being the coolest? The Aunty who sneaks you alcohol at parties when you're underage or the one who lets you stay up late? Either way, she's the one whose house you always looked forward to going to because no matter what, you knew good times were ahead. Well, when it comes to the Meredith Music Festival, Aunty has delivered again, with a line up that has people around the country getting keen to head to the 'Sup once more this December. Party on.

SXSW 2013 Photo Gallery: Neon Indian + The Juan Maclean - Club de Ville, Austin (11.03.13)

One of the best things about SXSW is finding cool stuff when you don't mean to; while waiting in line for Divine Fits, we stumbled onto a carpark party featuring a DJ set by Neon Indian and performance by DFA-stalwart The Juan Maclean. It was pretty cool.

Live Review: Neon Indian + Collarbones + Boatfriends - The Standard (02.03.12)

Industrialised, yet aptly-named venue, The Standard, played humble host to an eclectic bunch of young revellers decked out in a variety of attire, from floral print dresses, geometric print leggings and asymmetrical haircuts to a range of headgear, in the way of fedoras and baseball caps to hoodies. The fashion was as fast as the owners’ flapping gums, paralleled with the short attention span that followed.

Playground Weekender announce weekend replacement plans for Sydney and more

Playground Weekender

The Playground Weekender people sure are a friendly bunch of fellows, following the cancellation of the event due to flooding fears, the promoters have announced a stack of alternative venues across Sydney will now host the high profile international and local artists free of charge for ticketholders.

Live Review: Neon Indian + Snakadaktal + Miami Horror DJs - Prince Bandroom (24.02.12)

It was a stifling night in Melbourne, and the revellers were out in force, making quick work of the bar service in an attempt to stave off the unrelenting heat. While the general dick-headed behaviour of the heavily intoxicated punters was unpleasant, unfortunately, the music was too. This was due largely to the atrocious sound in the venue, that saw the night full of feedback, distortion, washed out vocals, and, in general, an incredibly painful, off-balance mix.

Tour Updates: Vengaboys, Neon Indian, 360, Iced Earth, Foster The People, GIRLS,

There are a lot of great tours coming up over the summer months, here are a few additional shows that have been announced for bands that have sold out their initial gigs and also a lot of support acts have been announced.


Neon Indian announces February and March tour dates.

Popfrenzy are thrilled to announce the return of Neon Indian, the brainchild of Alan Palomo.

Neon Indian - Era Extraña (2011 LP)

Alan Palomo, better known as Neon Indian, rose to prominence in the chillwave explosion of 2009 and while the genre is now to music what MySpace is to social networking, Palomo has adapted and evolved his sound, proving that he’s no one trick pony with his brilliant sophomore LP Era Extraña.

No Years gets creative as the end of the year approaches!

New Years Eve is fast approaching and if you still haven’t decided how to celebrate the end of this beautiful, crazy year of 2010 then here’s a little incentive to help make up your mind.

No Years is offering you the chance to win a double pass to see Shout Out Louds, Neon Indian, The John Steel Singers, Jonathan Boulet, Seekae, Seja, Parades, Oh Ye Denver Birds, Little Scout, Bleeding Knees Club and so many more at the Brisbane Powerhouse to see in 2011.