Ah, Patrick Wolf. He’s like an 80s' pineapple, wearing wayfarers, sporting some sort of gold lamé garment, with synth happiness just pouring out of him. Well pineapple no longer, this South London new romantic has gone rogue, morphed, transbogulated. Well that might be a bit extreme, but his new album Sundark and Riverlight is not the Patrick you’ve come to know.
A recent visitor to our shores, Patrick Wolf talked to Larry Heath before a show at Culture Collide in Los Angeles about the new record, the pressure of Major Labels, and wanting to thank every fan who covers his songs...
Filter Magazine is proud to announce the full line up for this year's Culture Collide Festival, a festival which is boasting a fine selection of international talent! The Culture Collide Festival is taking place in Los Angeles this October and features the likes of...
of Montreal (US)
The Wombats (UK)
The Big Pink (UK)
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GOTYE ANNOUNCES TOUR SUPPORTS
Chugg Entertainment are thrilled to announce that a second Sydney show for Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto Australian tour are on sale now, adding to the concert
dates already announced by overwhelming demand. The 2nd Sydney show will
take place on Sunday, 18 November at Allianz Stadium.
Earlier this month, Chris Martin said "We can't wait to get back to
In September, the incredibly talented Englishman Patrick Wolf will return to Australia for a series of intimate acoustic shows.
Celebrating a decade of involvement in the music industry, Wolf has ventured into many different directions and exhibited countless talents, and will be digging into his five-album-strong back catalog and thrill Australian audiences, demonstrating how well he shines as both a songwriter and performer.
The AU Review's Cara Sayer-Bourne catches up with the very lovely Patrick Wolf to talk about touring, the music industry and possibly the last album as Patrick Wolf.
I read on twitter that you were in Istanbul a few days ago, how was that?
Patrick Wolf’s fifth studio album Lupercalia gets off to a flying start. The opening track, “The City”, is incredibly driving and has so many layers it’s easy to lose count. The lyrical content is also entertaining with beauties such as, “I don’t care about cash or careers/Your loses or your arrears”. It's a great opener that calls out for attention.
Welcome to our new feature the AU crew poll, in which we ask our contributor base a simple question and take a look at the results. This week we asked our contributors: How often do you download the free "Single of The Week" on iTunes? Here were the results: