The Pixies have confirmed that bassist and co-vocalist Kim Deal has quit the band.
The rest of Australia won'r miss out.
All Tomorrow’s Parties is coming back for Halloween with The Breeders, Jesus Lizard and more getting dressed up for the occasion.
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Hot on the heels of its Australian debut, the mighty All Tomorrow's Parties will return to the UK in May 2009 with its 'ATP vs. the Fans' event.
It has been five long years since The Breeders last graced our shores, but they returned to Sydney in fine style on a cold winter's night.
SOLD OUT. That means there are NO TICKETS LEFT. Celebrating the release of their 4th full length album, The Breeders packed the Zoo on Monday night.
The Breeders make a grand return to Adelaide after the release of 2008s Mountain Battles. It's been five years since their last tour so there was a feeling of anticipation and expectation amongst the sold out crowd.
Kim Deal and sister Kelley could have passed for suburban soccer mums as they made their entrance with daggy T-shirts and jumpers, jeans and sneakers.
With prodigious sisters Kim and Kelley Deal at its helm, The Breeders has overcome dark days to emerge as a true family. And an iconic one at that.
When the Big Day Out started, way back in 1992, it was simply a celebration of the crÃƒÂ¨me de la crÃƒÂ¨me of Sydney indie pop, with two international headliners topping things off.