Taking cues from Kiss and Muse, Sunny says the Triumph Over Logic is a stage show to behold.
A feast for the ears, Why Make Sense? displays an abundance of creativity in the production mix. But there’s also striking restraint here, with enough space that the listener never gets overloaded. What separates Hot Chip from many other electronica acts is that they do, indeed, sound like a band.
Her latest offering, Platform, cements Herndon’s reputation as a unique musician with a singular voice.
Including artwork by Mast and Stroud, the album also features pedal steel guitar and the sound of a tiny 1940’s guitar amp found in a thrift store in Guadalajara.
In the video he delivers a fist in the face attitude coupled with snarling vocals while wearing a Hawaiian shirt.
The band will launch their newest collection of music on Thursday 28th May in Melbourne.
Directed by Erik Wernquist, the video accompanies a track that is already a firm favourite among fellow DJs and fans alike.
This EP is the band’s first official release on Matador Records after posting their debut track ‘Dust’ last year.
Once the curtains fall on the final show of her one-woman cabaret The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge, South Australian cabaret queen Sarah Goussé’s will take flight.
This week, Melbourne rock outfit White Summer are set to release new single ‘I Know A Place We Can Love’.