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News : The Preytells (WA) National Tour

noakes writes"THE PREYTELLS - FLOOD SONGS / JUNE SONGS National Tour


FLOOD SONGS/ JUNE SONGS  is the debut album by Perth indie phantasms THE PREYTELLS. The album's feature songs "Lord Hold My Hand", "Nowhere to Run" and "Shout" have been  played on RTR, FBI, Triple R and Triple J.

They launch their debut album on 26 September in WA at the Rosemount Hotel, North Perth, and will tour nationally in October.

THE PREYTELLS’ Flood Songs / June Songs National Tour Dates have been announced:

THUR 1 OCT – Brunswick Hotel VIC
with Wilfred Jackal, Corporation Clink, Lincoln MacKinnon (Dead River Deeps)
Free. Doors open 8pm 

FRI 2 OCT – Revolver Upstairs VIC
with Black Cab, Goodbye Motel, The Dowlings
Doors open 8.30pm
Tix $12 at door. Presales $12 + bf through www.moshtix.com.au   

SUN 4 OCT – John Curtin Hotel VIC
with The Priory Dolls, The Dowlings
Doors open 5.30pm 

WED 7 OCT – Oxford Art Factory NSW
with Richard In Your Mind, The Astral Kaleidoscope, Chevaliers
Doors open 8pm
Tix $10 at door. Presales $10 + bf from www.moshtix.com.au

Fourteen tracks that invade the body and electrify the mind, FLOOD SONGS / JUNE SONGS is a blazing journey through the underworld of art-pop where each track differs from the last - one moment a golden pop song, the next a flood of shattering glass, blood curdling shrieks and doomsday drumming. The album showcases THE PREYTELLS' clear artistic vision and lands the band in the backyard of The Raveonettes and The Pixies, while smashing ELO into the Brian Jonestown Massacre.

THE PREYTELLS first hit the scene in 2005 winning the National Campus Band Competition and since then made appearances at major festivals (Southbound, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival), supported the likes of Little Barrie (UK), Oh Mercy and End of Fashion plus released 3 EPs, COULD I CHANGE YOUR MIND (2007), SHOUT / I’M SO SORRY (2008) and SACRAMENTO (2008).

“… a rich cross-pollination of pop smarts and artistic bravery.” – Xpress Magazine, Perth.
“Every so often you hear a record and just know that you’re hearing the beginning of something really special.”  – Drum Sydney
“The Preytells are definitely tight…dreamy pop melodies, mature guitar lines, and some good hooks too….It’s top shelf gangly pop!” – Vijay Khurana, Triple J

www.myspace.com/thepreytells 

preytells@yahoo.com.au
 
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Media – Print : Beat Magazine's Band Bible - Out Sept 16th

kris1st writes"Beat Magazine's Band Bible  In shooting for the stars, we easily forget about the cloud-filled skies of Melbourne's booming music scene. A scene abundant with venues, independent and major record labels, gig promoters, tour promoters, distribution services and A&R types. Your own town is the first town you should be trying to conquer. Your own state is the first state where you can build a name for yourself. Having been at the forefront of the Melbourne music scene for over twenty years, we at Beat Magazine recognise the hardship, the trials, the tribulations associated with walking the path of lifting one's band's profile. So we’ve decided to try and help out.  The answer is the inaugural Beat Magazine Band Bible!!! So. What is it?  - A separate, full-colour magazine that we’re inserting into Beat  - It’s a square tabloid format, with high quality, fatter paper stock!  - A 35,000 copy print run.  - It will operate as a reference to local independent bands.  - It will be a constant music resource delivered straight to the mailbox of every band-booker, booking agent, manager, record label, distribution network, venue, cafe, club, pub, booking agency and radio station in Victoria.  Plus, obviously, it’s a great way to let thousands of Beat-reading punters know who you are, what your act is all about, and where to find you. Simply, for $350+gst you will get: - A full colour quarter page profile, where you’re able to also place a photo of your band. - All your relevant website, MySpace and contact details.  - The opportunity to shed some light on who you are and what you do in a widely-distributed format  - All the artists will be alphabetically listed  Release date is the 16th  of September (ideally so it sits on coffee tables through till summer).  So, don’t mess about… get in quick! Call or email Kosta on (mixdown@beat.com.au) or 9503 0420 to arrange your submission.
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News : FACE THE MUSIC 09 - The Musician's Conference Announced!

thepush writes"The Push is proud to announce that Melbourne's new annual music industry conference FACE THE MUSIC returns for its sophomore year - Saturday 31 October, 2009 at the Arts Centre.

FACE THE MUSIC 09 will provide musicians and music industry professionals with a range of career development and networking opportunities in a full day of interactive panel discussions, keynote presentations, one-on-one artist development interviews and practical workshops.

This non-profit event is made possible by the contribution of a host of music industry people, including high profile artists, booking agents, publishers, record label directors, music lawyers, publicists and artist managers who are generously sharing their time and experience.

Workshop sessions will explore issues including songwriting, self-management, audience development, publishing, touring, release management and recording. 

 "FACE THE MUSIC provides affordable music industry information, advice and insider knowledge to people of all ages," says FACE THE MUSIC Project Manager Andrew Kitchen.

"FACE THE MUSIC provides essential tools and skills to musicians and industry workers to give them the edge."

"By attending and completing assessment sheets you can also get free accreditation towards a nationally recognised Certificate 3 or 4 music industry qualification and access further free accredited training through NMIT," he says.

FACE THE MUSIC 09 is supported by Victoria Rocks, the Arts Centre, APRA and AIR.

Event Details:
Saturday 31 October, 2009
the Arts Centre, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
11am - 5pm
Tickets $20 including booking fee from www.thepush.com.au
TICKETS STRICTLY LIMITED!
On Sale Friday 11 September
All-ages, drug, alcohol and smoke-free event
Stay tuned to www.thepush.com.au for program updates"

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Venues : rainbow hotel: leonard cohen fans wanted

samanthad writes"

Hi all,

I am organizing a monthly night at The Rainbow Hotel in Fitzroy (first one Monday 12th October) called ‘Inspired at the Rainbow….Leonard Cohen’)


Each month we will have a different feature artist – thinking Johnny Cash for November, let me know what you think, I am open to suggestion..!)


Inspired at the Rainbow will be a cross between a jam night and an open mic – the idea is for performers (any instrument, and/or vocal) to have a space to show new work, and also to do a few covers of the feature artist if desired, and most fun, to have a chance to jam with other musos who have at least one similar influence to you.

 It is a chance for an audience who are fans of a particular artist to see a whole bunch of people inspired by that person, and appreciate the diversity of talent in this fine city, in an informal and organic atmosphere. All sorts of collaborations could take off from here!


I would like to book people in for 20-30 min sets (depending on numbers) as well as leave some time at the end for a bit of a jam.


Please invite a fair few mates to come as your audience as this will increase the likelihood that we can put on other interesting evenings in the months ahead.


To book in, email samantha_deasy@yahoo.com by 5th October (a last minute turn up is good too, although we may not have too much performing time left)

Date: 12th October

Payment: a couple of drinks for each performer from the kind owners of the Rainbow: around $12, the chance to extend your musical networks: priceless...

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Festivals & Expos : Roarhouse@303 - Darebin Music Feast

Roarhouse writes"ROARHOUSE brings you the most diverse array of performers through a dedication to providing a stage for ALL artists of all abilities inclusive of those challenged with mental health issues, marginalisation and disadvantage.  


 

Thursday 10th of September '09 7pm
303, High St Northcote.
Free

Dzia, Matt McFarlane, Initially No, Mario Stylemachine, Cate De Carteret, Stoneybrook Duo, Sarah Mackintosh, Rod Davitt, Lady Lash
Emotional Baggage Handlers

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