This past Saturday night, we threw a little house show at our loft in Greenpoint, Brooklyn...Read More
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We've just created an international ad campaign for Facebook under the gorgeous creative direction of Nicola Lyon. Look out [around the Facebook globe] for them, and don't forget to spread the WW love! We sure do like your 'likes'
I’m personally a big fan of old cheesy horror films, if any of you came to that warehouse party we had a few years back that was ’1950s drive-in cinema’ themed, then you’ll hopefully have noticed the amount of effort we went to in decorating and well, getting really in to the theme. (Well I hope you did, I painted a mural on the wall!) ...Read More
We have noticed a recurring pattern with events and festivals we attend lately; we manage to fit a LOT in to a weekend when we don't sleep. No, really.
We had a magical weekend up in Monterey, roaming around the fairgrounds, running in to friends old and new, listening to brilliant music, and soaking up the goodness of the First City Festival....Read More
We are kinda a little bit (ok a lotta bit) excited to be heading up to Monterey this weekend for First City Festival. It's only the festival's first year and it has already managed to rack up an amazing line-up. We're personally hoping the Monterey fairgrounds will be a small area, because unless either of us manage to clone ourselves or obtain some sort of super powers within the next 48 hours, there is no way we're going to manage to see everyone we want to see, and trust me, that's almost everyone...Read More
This past weekend saw us at the mercy of San Jose and all of its musical offerings. The San Jose Jazz Festival kicked off on Friday, August 9 with the Gypsy Allstars, Miles Bonny + B. Lewis, Mark de Clive-Lowe, Lyrics Born among other talents...Read More
Perth songstress Kathryn Rollins has done pretty well for herself since releasing her EP 'Reckless' in April this year. She has already been likened to PJ Harvey and Feist, and her song 'Who Shot The Bird Down?' was recently named as the second most played song on Triple J Unearthed so far this year...Read More
"You Are New" is the first single off Aussie band The Trouble With Templeton's latest album 'Rookie'.
What started out as a bedroom project for Brisbane's Thomas Calder back in 2011 has now blossomed in to a 5-piece band, who beautifully compliment Calder’s emotive vocal and songwriting abilities...Read More
So, I've just been spending the day with my Californian surrogate brother, rather hungover, eating Chipotle and watching Adventuretime (I know, I know, my life is kind of awesome). If you're familiar with the show then you will probably know the exact episode I am talking about, but we just watched Season 5 Episode 20 called 'Shhh', and in this episode BMO keeps playing this wonderful song that she/he (still never sure what gender Beemo is, if I had to guess I'd say girl?) is going to dance to with the bikini babes. Well, we immediately ran to our computers to look up who the song is by, and discovered the very talented Lake...Read More
Any song that gets me dancing within the first 5 seconds, is one worth listening to, right?! I credit my holy 'SXSW 2013 Showcasing Artists' playlist to the introduction of Generationals. I believe the first time I heard "Put A Light On" was mid-hike (turned dance party for one)...Read More
The Phoenix Foundation are apparently one of New Zealand's biggest musical exports, which is slightly embarrassing for me considering I'd never listened to them before last week. These Wellington indie rockers released their fifth studio album earlier this year; the ambitious (and some have said excessive), 78 minute Fandango...Read More
I have been spending the past year re-discovering my Californian roots. The past 4 years saw me in London, a place which I became to identify quite well with. Living in America again has been an experience to say the least, but undoubtedly I miss the UK very dearly...Read More