New Nun film clip for Evoke The Sleep, directed by Tim Hillier and Jason James. Watch like it's 1982.
New clip made one Saturday night by Edward Hartely. This website called Noisey hosted it with an interview with Jake by Dan Stewart (Distort mag) - read here!
The first single from Nun's upcoming album is released today and is featured on Mess+Noise here. Video clip directed by Tim Hillier (Total Control, Super Wild Horses) out real soon!
We are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of the self-titled debut album by Melbourne synthpunk legends Nun in April. Avant! Records in Italy will be releasing it on vinyl for Europe.
First single Evoke The Sleep will be released this Friday, with a clip directed by Tim Hillier to follow. Sit tight, this one's a killer!
The extraordinarily seminal French website La Blogotheque fill their site with clips of bands playing out of their natural element. They came out here to film a few bands playing at Melbourne Music Week last year. Here's a couple of Boogas songs being played in Royal Park (if they really wanted to film us out of our element they would've got us in a pub on Saturday night). Big thanks to Sarah Schutzki and the dudes with the cameras. They filmed other locals like Beaches and Dick Diver - check out their clips too!
Ausmuteants are launching their album three months after its release, due to a bunch of heavyweight engagements with the industry establishment late last year, and of course their romantic natures. Valentine's Day at The Tote with Constant Mongrel and Beat Disease.
Eastlink's new Angel Gun / Ansett 7" (In The Red) is out now. Like the Wild Dog 7" the two songs come from their tape and benefit from a) being remastered in a surfside shack, and b) being on vinyl. We've got a handful of the coloured vinyl copies available in our webstore.
You might be familiar with Jay Hinman's writing from his Superdope zine back in the '90s, or more recently from his blogs Agony Shorthand (2003-06), Detailed Twang (2006-09) and The Hedonist Jive (2009-now). He started another music-focused blog in September of 2012 called Dynamite Hemorrhage, and the quality of his palaver is as good as ever. There's bi-weekly podcasts which are well worth the listen too. You can read what he had to say about the Eastlink single here and the Ausmuteants LP here. Alright yes it does look like he said the Ausmuteants have written better songs than Devo. I'm sure he didn't mean it.