Stream Temples ‘Sun Structures’ via NPR + Australian Tour announced

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Temples have decided to be top old chaps and let NPR stream their whole debut album, ‘Sun Structures’ a week in advance. Check it out by clicking, here.

Furthermore, Temples have also announced a run of east coast dates in May, supported by Deep Sea Arcade. The dates are as follow:

Thursday, May 8 – The Zoo, Brisbane
Friday, May 9 – Metro Theatre, Sydney
Saturday, May 10 – Corner Hotel, Melbourne

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Gigs in February

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Lumis Youth is starting up a running monthly list of gigs to see each month from a variety of venues in Sydney. Each artist’s name has been hyperlinked with a clip that displays why you should see them. If you have any recommendations for this list, feel free to contact Lumis Youth at lumisyouth@gmail.com or leave a comment.

Metro Theatre

– Frightened Rabbit supported by Gang Of Youths – 6th February for $56.70 + BF via Ticketek.

Oliver Tank – 15th February for $17 + BF via Ticketek.

Goodgod Small Club

John Steel Singers & Jeremy Neale – 22nd February for $12 + BF via Moshtix.

Beach Road Hotel – All events listed are FREE.

Rad-A-Rama featuring Palms, Bad//Dreams, Drunk Mums, Lunatics On Pogosticks, The Hollow Bones, The Stiffys – 21st February

The Oxford Art Factory

Miami Horror – 8th February for $28.50 via Moshtix.

Kite String Tangle< – 12th February for $20.00 via Moshtix.

World’s End Press – 13th February for $15.40 via Moshtix.

Gigs in January

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Lumis Youth is starting up a running monthly list of gigs to see each month from a variety of venues in Sydney. Each artist’s name has been hyperlinked with a clip that displays why you should see them. If you have any recommendations for this list, feel free to contact Lumis Youth at lumisyouth@gmail.com or leave a comment.

Goodgod Small Club

Courtney Barnett – 18th January for $12 + BF via Moshtix

Oxford Art Factory

Snakadaktal Featuring Kilter & D.D Dumbo – 17th January for $15 + BF via Moshtix

Youth Lagoon – 30th January for $38.60 + BF via Moshtix

Sydney Festival – Town Hall

– Modular – Juan Atkins, Movement, Roland Tings, Wordlife, Softwar – 17th January for $36 via Sydney Festival.

– Future Classic – Jacques Renault, Medlar, Touch Sensitive, Wave Racer – 24th January for $46 via Sydney Festival

The Standard

D.D Dumbo featuring Left. & A.D.K.O.B– 18th January for $10 + BF via Moshtix

The Metro Theatre

Jagwar Ma – 17th January for $33.70 + BF via Metro Theatre

Mount Kimbie – 29th January for $33.70 + BF via <a href="Metro Theatre“>Metro Theatre

Beach Road Hotel

Sun City – January 22nd for FREE

Stonefield, The Delta Riggs supported by Bears With Guns and The Jones Rival – 25th January for FREE

Gigs in December

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Lumis Youth is starting up a running monthly list of gigs to see each month from a variety of venues in Sydney. Each artist’s name has been hyperlinked with a clip that displays why you should see them. If you have any recommendations for this list, feel free to contact Lumis Youth at lumisyouth@gmail.com or leave a comment.

Goodgod Small Club

REIGNWOLF – 10th December for $20 + BF via Moshtix.

The Seabellies – 14th December for $15 + BF via Oztix

Oxford Art Factory

Mac Demarco – 17th December for $25.50 (includes booking fee) via Moshtix.

Set Sail – 20th December for $18.40 (includes booking fee) via Moshtix.

– ‘Visions’ featuring Deep Sea Arcade, The Preatures DJ set, Shining Bird and The Tsars – 21st December for $13.20 via Moshtix or $15 on the door.

The Standard

Mac Demarco + Twerps (Co-headliner) – 12th December for $23.60 via Moshtix

Metro Theatre

Pond – 20th December for $22 via Ticketek

Beach Road Hotel

Yacht Club Djs – December 11th for FREE

Lime Cordiale – December 14th for FREE

Little Bastards featuring Bootleg Rascal, Sticky Fingers DJs and Lyall Moloney – December 19th for FREE

Marshmallow Pavement Mixtape

Marshmallow Pavement Mixtape, what is that you say? Well, The A&R Department have recently created a mixtape which in actual fact is a conglomeration of the artists they have worked together with over the past 18 months in crammed into a SoundCloud Set. To save you the pain of sitting down for over an hour and discovering the good from the bad I have done this for you and below I’ve included the artists YOU should be listening too!

Battleships – Coming Back To You

For me, Battleships truly sound like nothing else, another fitting example of a great band to watch out for. I’d recommend going to see them live, I’ve heard good things about them!

MEG MAC – Known Better

A voice of gossamer doused in honey, that’s MEG MAC in a nutshell for you. One of the most beautiful voices I’ve heard in a long time, touching on elements of Adele with lyrics like, ‘ You Should’ve Known Better’ but moves beyond that link as the song develops into a soulful, seductive piece of music. Another act to watch for this year.

The Money Go Round – Endless Sun

The 60’s is making a come-back with The Money Go Round’s swirling guitar strokes and lightly distorted vocals that hark back to The Triffids and more recently psych-pop group The Temples but not to the extent that it becomes a copy of what once was.

Fever Pitch – It’s In My Veins

Fever Pitch’sIn My Veins’ is jam-packed full of youthful debauchery with their sunny, careless guitar strumming and in classic teenage-boy fashion lyrics to boot that fit, ‘I want to meet all the girls on the street, I want to show you all the places I’ve seen’. Despite at times it’s doubtful lyrics, ‘It’s in My Veins’ is a boot-tapping, forget about today day song waiting to be played.

But feel free to make your own decision, you can stream the whole set below:

Furthermore, if you’ve enjoyed some of the artists above, you can catch them at Upstairs Beresford on Thursday the 8th August with performances from Battleships, The Money Go Round, SAFIA, The Dead Heads and MEG MAC. For more information, follow the link below:

http://merivale.com.au/whats-on/event/marshmallow-pavement/