You can read my review of Temples debut album, ‘Sun Structures’ published via adamNOTeve, here.
The first thing I read about DMA’s is that, ‘All the people in the picture look like the product of multi-generational in breeding.’ So that was a good introduction into I OH YOU’s newest signing if any. Furthermore, the band have never played live but are expected to announce a tour for March.
Sonically, from their first single,‘Delete’ off their self-titled EP, they sound like a mix of Oasis using the vocals of Dylan Frost from Sticky Fingers. The second reference is no surprise considering that the clip was filmed in the same house that features at the end of Sticky Fingers, ‘Australia Street’ video and also has a cameo by Paddy (Bassist of Sticky Fingers). Furthermore, the artwork was done by talented Sydney artist Total Bore. In short, this single not only showcases a damn fine up and coming band but also the talent within Sydney. You can watch this song below.
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
You can read my review of Mount Kimbie, published by Pilerats, here.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment.
– 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
Beach Road Hotel – All events listed are FREE.
The Oxford Art Factory
Had a chat with Jonniah Ponniah of I OH YOU, published by Pilerats. Check it out by clicking, here.
Remember Young Franco? Well, he is back with a smooth-as mix featuring the likes of His Majesty Andre, Airwolf and even an unreleased remix of ‘Hold Me’ by Kilter. Click here to start streaming it.
You can read my review of D.D Dumbo’s debut EP, here. Published via adamNOTeve. Stream his single ‘Tropical Oceans’ below: