this March, no body died head out on the road to support the release of the single ‘arp’ and their forthcoming EP ‘the nihilist and the pretender’. join no body died and a host of incredible guest artists spanning genres of electro, post rock, shoegaze, trip-hop, dreampop and indie.
Friday 6th March – The New England Hotel, Armidale – with atOlla & Arundel – Event Page
Saturday 7th March – Byron Bay Brewery, Byron Bay – with atOlla & Arundel & A Little Province – Event Page
Saturday 21st March – Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney – with atOlla & Polarheart – Event Page
Friday 27th March – The Bearded Lady, Brisbane – with atOlla & Arundel – Event Page
atOlla is a Sydney based electronic music act which has intrigued and entertained audiences for the past three years. singer-songwriter Matilda Stephanie and songwriter/producer James Santos, take fans on a mysterious adventure that weaves accents of 80’s synth pop and glam rock into a modern day romantic fairytale.
Brisbane’s Arundel have always pushed the boundaries of music and visual creativity in search of creating something pure, honest and unique. appearing as a 5-piece live band, Arundel performs more like a rock-band with grandiose soaring arrangements drenched in electronic samples and effects. Alternating between three vocalists, the audience is always kept on the edge of their seat and presented with a rich palette of sound and imagery.
A Little Province were originally moulded from acoustic folk rock, then crafted into the funnest chunk of prog rock you’ve heard. the sound starts big and seemingly gets bigger. rhythms designed for dancing, with violin soaring amidst the fabric of heavily effected guitar, one angelic singing drummer and a very, very energetic live show. these four Byron Bay lads have now released their third recording and are very excited about how it sounds.
Sydney duo Mary and Chris are Polarheart. Their combination of dreamy vocals and abstract soundscapes, combining elements of garage and trap, makes for a captivating listening experience. Drawing on a range of musical influences with classical training in common, and a love for pop and electronica, Polarheart continue to explore new sounds and unique ways to convey relatable messages through their music.