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THE PEEP TEMPEL

Photo Gallery: Stonecutters feat. The Peep Tempel + Bad//Dreems and more! - Freemasons Hall, Adelaide (26.09.15)

The Stonecutters mini-festival took over the Freemasons Hall in Adelaide over the weekend, featuring Bad//Dreems, God God Dammit Dammit, Horror My Friend, The Hard Aches and The Peep Tempel. Lauren Connelly was there and brings us these photos from the night:

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: September 25th - September 27th.

With festival season right around the corner, there are plenty of shows to get yourself to this weekend. From underground rock 'n' roll in Adelaide to rap in Sydney and Sound of the Suburbs festival in Cronulla here is our eclectic mix of shows you can get to this weekend.

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.

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: June 5th - June 7th.

The Queen's Birthday Long Weekend is upon us and while we anticipate four days off enjoying not having to check work inboxes, deal with an early morning commute or late knock-offs, we're also looking forward to check out some pretty sweet gigs around the place. Below are some of our picks for the weekend ahead - check out where the AU will be heading. Thanks, Queenie.

Photo Gallery: The Peep Tempel + YIS + Pselodux - Howler, Melbourne (23.05.15)

The Peep Tempel blasted through their home town on their first national headline tour "Gettin' On By", selling out Brunswick venue, Howler while supported by YIS and Pselodux. Tony Proudfoot snapped for the AU Review!

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: May 1st - May 3rd.

The weekend is almost upon us once more and we bring you just a selection of shows around the country that we're keen to be checking out. From Groovin' the Moo sideshows to some exciting headline shows we've been waiting for for some time, there's plenty to be getting amongst. So, without further ado...

Super Best Friends, Pat Chow and more set to join The Peep Tempel's Australian tour next month!

The Peep Tempel are gearing up for one hell of a tour next month and just with their name alone on the bill, crowds know they're in for a kickass time. Things got a whole lot more exciting recently however, with the Melbourne band confirming just some of the special guests set to fill out the gig bill in each state. Showcasing some of the country's best up and coming rock acts, The Peep Tempel have made this 'Gettin' On By' tour one that is as much about celebrating some great music being made by local outfits, as it is about getting their latest out to more and more fans. Which on its own, is never a bad thing, of course. This news just makes for a great bonus.

Photo Gallery: Mariachi el Bronx + The Peep Tempel - The Gov, Adelaide (09.04.15)

Bringing their unique brand of mariachi music to Australia, Mariachi el Bronx hit the Gov in Adelaide. Melbourne's own The Peep Tempel were support. Our photographer John Goodridge was there to bring you these pictures.

Photo Gallery: Farmer and The Owl Festival - University of Wollongong (14.03.15)

The Farmer and the Owl festival returned to sunny Wollongong over the weekend and hosted 25+ acts plus a whole range of other sensory delights in a statement that fuels the question, how long until the next one! Ian Laidlaw brings us these photos...

Festival Review: The Farmer and the Owl - University of Wollongong, Wollongong (14.03.2015)

Going down to Wollongong University to attend Farmer and The Owl is an absolute joy. The trip which is only a touch over an hour’s drive from Sydney is an ease and the festival is filled with laid-back easy-going coastal vibes. That is despite the healthy helping of raucous rock that filled out the line-up.

Chet Faker, Remi, The Peep Tempel among shortlisted artists for the 10th Coopers AMP!

The shortlist of artists in the running to win the 10th Coopers Australian Music Prize has been revealed this morning, with the likes of Chet Faker, Remi, The Peep Tempel and #1 Dads all sitting pretty on the list! The winner, announced on March 4th, will win a $30,000 cash prize courtesy of the PPCA; their album being named number one by a panel of judges who will have listened to more than 300 records in order to make the decision. Pretty cool, hey?

Chet Faker, Augie March, Hilltop Hoods and more shortlisted for the APRA Music Awards!

The nominees for the 2015 APRA Music Awards were announced today, with the Sydney event set to celebrate some of the country's best at Carriageworks in March. The shortlisted artists for the prestigious Song Of The Year Award will be whittled down to five finalists, the winner of which will be announced at the ceremony on March 24th. Hosted by Brian Nankervis again this year, the event will also be joined by APRA Music Awards Director Robert Conley, who will be curating the live peformances on the night.

Bass Drum of Death, The Mess Hall, DZ Deathrays, Bad//Dreems and more to play the Farmer & The Owl Festival in Wollongong!

The Farmer & The Owl Festival returns wot Wollongong this March and for 2015, organisers have brought together a great line up of Australian and international guests set to ensure the punters are well taken care of. The inaugural event in 2013 sold out and has now become somewhat of an institution, regardless of its short history. Returning to the University of Wollongong in a few months, The Farmer & The Owl Festival will be playing host to the following line up of bands for you!

the AU interview: Blake Scott of The Peep Tempel (Melbourne) on 'Tales', end of year shows and challenging oneself in the studio.

Set to play in Adelaide this weekend is Melbourne's own The Peep Tempel. Having been touring off the back of their brilliant sophomore album Tales this November, the band have been solidifying their place as one of the best emerging Australian live acts we have touring at the minute. Tales, released through Wing Sing, has been earned deserved acclaim from all different areas of the industry and in their passionate live shows, The Peep Tempel really do shine and their fans know it. Blake chats with me ahead of their final Australian dates for the year about how this recent bout of touring has treated the band, how they've strengthened as a creative unit and more.

Live Review: Graveyard Train + The Peep Tempel - 170 Russell, Melbourne (20.06.14)

Upon arrival at 170 Russell, DJ Kokomo spins indie, punk and some hilariously inappropriate 80s tracks, while the crowd files in, swilling cider and Melbourne Bitters.