Owl Eyes

Live Review: Beyond The Valley Music Festival Day Two, Lardner Park, Victoria (29.12.19)

December 30, 2019

Known for its beautiful sweeping valley, green hills and exotic stage designs, Beyond The Valley’s sixth iteration started off the second day of the festival with a whimper and then a bang as the rising heat and music fused for a memorable day. The constant heat and wait for festival entry seemed to frustrate guests, […]

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Live Review: Crooked Colours + Nyxen + Kayex – Forum Theatre, Melbourne (25.05.19)

May 27, 2019

If Langata, Crooked Colours’ sophomore album was enough to get the dance juices pumping in your system, then their live performance of the album would have almost sent a person over the edge. The night opened with Sydney via Perth duo, Kayex. Their raucous brand of electronica was not lost on the burgeoning crowd, as slowly […]

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Track of the Day: Owl Eyes “You And I” (2019)

April 22, 2019

After a long wait, it’s great to see that Owl Eyes is back with a new track, “You And I”. It’s a glorious funky track, think seventy’s, flares and smoke machines.  It talks of love, desire and has bold sass. It’s disco nirvana The track was written in Brussels, and is a collaboration between Owl Eyes and Belgian nu […]

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Live Review: Flight Facilities bring the party of the year to Melbourne with Haiku Hands, Owl Eyes & Ric Rufio

September 1, 2018

Flight Facilities’ Wednesday night set in Melbourne was a mammoth accomplishment of lighting and sound. The duo, Hugo Gruzman and James Lyell, adorned in their now famous flight outfits, encouraged the crowd to join in on one of the biggest parties a mid-week show the city has ever seen. Accompanying them on the opening night of their […]

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Live Review: Ministry of Sound’s Orchestrated brings nostalgic club vibes to Sydney’s State Theatre

August 23, 2017

Live orchestra club music experiences – be they film, video game, or pop music –  seem to have become the hottest ticket in town. As the traditional audience for classical orchestra instrumentation performances peters out, and orchestras struggle with relevance and sponsorship, they have found a way to reach new, younger consumers of their product: […]

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Flight Facilities headlining massive Corona SunSets Festival in January!

December 14, 2015

Corona’s tagline of …From where you’d rather be doesn’t ring truer than when attached to this magnificent little line up of a festival they’ve got set up for Perth next month! Headlined by Flight Facilities, the Corona SunSets Festival is taking place down at South Beach in Fremantle on January 16th. Any excuse to get your […]

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Live Review: Owl Eyes + Collarbones + Mammals – The Standard (11.05.13)

May 11, 2013

Owl Eyes’s debut record Nightswim has a very laid-back atmosphere, so I was under the impression that her live show would be just as smooth. Between the performances of her support acts, the technical mishaps, and the surprising amount of energy she possessed, the night was somewhat scattered — but ultimately, enjoyable.

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