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Noughties hero Julian Casablancas gives The Tivoli a night to remember with both his solo offerings and a couple of crowd pleasing “covers.”
Strokes front man Julian Casablancas brought his debut solo release 'Phrazes For The Young' to the Palace, with a few Strokes numbers thrown in for good measure.
Casablancas’ solo material held up incredibly well in the live arena in front of the sea of skinny-jeans sporting punters that braved George Street on a Sunday night.
Splendour's 10th line up is spectacular, but the line up for Glastonbury's 40th birthday certainly isn't too shabby.
Following on from the announcement of his solo tour this May, Julian Casablancas has confirmed two Australian dates for The Strokes as well.
In an interview with FasterLouder Julian Casablancas has revealed that The Strokes may be gearing up for a mid-year visit down under.
Enter the 11th Dimension as Julian Casablancas and band tour Australia in May.
Long and short of it: this guy is onto it. Wide and skinny of it: you'd be a halfwit to miss the opportunity to hear what he has to say.
An upbeat, riff-heavy, summery album, Ã‚Â¿CÃƒÂ³mo Te Llama? travels between reggae, folk and straight-out rock, whilst dabbling with string sections. Here's hoping the fourth Strokes album is this adventurous. But with better hair.
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