In brief: An Horse, San Cisco,Husky tours
Mon 20th Feb, 2012 in Local News
Fremantle’s indie-popsters San Cisco have announced a string of side shows to coincide with their Groovin’ The Moo tour and celebrate the massive success of their second EP Awkward, which won them a top ten placing on the Hottest 100 list.
The San Cisco crew have invited fellow West Australians Voltaire Twins to bring their set of synth laden dance tunes along to open the show.
San Cisco sideshows:
Friday 27th April – Mojo’s, Fremantle
Wednesday 2nd May – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Thursday 3rd May – Fowlers Live, Adelaide [All Ages]
Wednesday 9th May – The Standard, Sydney
Thursday 10th May – Elsewhere, Gold Coast
Friday 11th May – The Zoo, Brisbane
Tickets on sale Monday 20th February
Sub Pop bands – Nirvana, Soundgarden. Fleet Foxes, Beach House, The Shins, Wolf Parade and now Melbourne’s Husky.
On signing Husky – the first ever Aussie band signed to the famed label – Sub Pop President Jonathan Poneman porodly boasted that “the band’s strength rests in its infectious, evocative songs and stirring live performances.” And you can check out those evocative, stirring sets when the band returns from SXSW and other US dates in April.
Saturday 14th April – Republic Bar, Hobart
Thursday 19th April – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Friday 20th April – Barwon Club, Geelong
Saturday 21st April – Jive Bar, Adelaide
Thursday 26th April – The Zoo, Brisbane
Friday 27th April – The Sound Lounge, Gold Coast
Saturday 28th April – Woombye Hotel, Woombye
Thursday 3rd May – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney
Friday 4th May – The Bakery, Perth
Tickets on sale now
Brisbane duo An Horse have announced a capital city tour of the country for April, their first headline shows since their recent appearance at Falls and Southbound. The recently released single Airport Death is the third track lifted from 2011’s Walls album.
An Horse tour:
Wednesday 25th April – Rosemount Hotel, Perth
Thursday 26th April – Jive, Adelaide
Friday 27th April – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 28th April – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney
Sunday 29th April – The Zoo, Brisbane