In all respects, this has been a long time coming. Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Kevin Devine and I have crossed paths before many years ago, but here we are again, and I couldn’t be happier. His innovative music sits somewhere between conventional genres, still retaining an incredible…Read More
Ceres have sprung from the proverbial woodwork of the crowded Melbourne music community over the past twelve months, with the accessible melodies and purposeful direction of their stunning 2013 debut EP ‘Luck‘. Now, the awkwardly charming quartet present their debut album and first…Read More
Melbourne’s Ceres have just announced they will be joining the Soundwave Festival in Melbourne on February 28, alongside a host of heavyweights and exciting international up and coming artists. Full details of the Soundwave official website.
Brisbane QLD @ Crowbar April 5, 2014 Arrows (FINAL SHOW), Jamie Hay, Ceres, We Set Sail Purchase Tickets HOBBLE DAY is a small, annual event for friends of the label to celebrate the wonderful camaraderie and important networks we’ve all helped build together through music. Each year, a…Read More
New video from The Leap Year: Featuring more bikes and some good ol’ fashion backyard cricket.
CASPIAN are releasing their third full-length Waking Season on Hobbledehoy for AUS/NZ digitally (available now: iTunes / Hobbledehoy Store) and as a deluxe 2LP vinyl gatefold, first press limited to 250 copies (pre-order now, in stores March). In support they have also announced their…Read More
Our new buds from Melbourne band CERES have unveiled the first track ‘Middle Names’, from their highly anticipated debut ‘I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here’ coming Autumn 2014. Check it out at the link. Anthemic, beautifully constructed pop with a dark edge,…Read More
Earnest alternative-rock music seems to be a contradiction from the direction popular music has strayed as of late. The need for genuine lyrics, purposeful direction and accessible melodies has been long overdue. CERES have crafted an ideological throwback to the days when music was charged with…Read More
The Leap Year are now streaming their new album “THE NARROWING” on the Tone Deaf site, go check it out! LPs are shipping now with instant MP3 download, or buy the digital album.
This is the beginning of the Hobble vélo range, a custom jersey made of soft, comfortable Merino wool. Designed not for racing, but rather EVERYTHING ELSE. Whether you ride city, highway or trails… this is one hard working, versatile, quality jersey. We’ve tried hard to create something we…Read More
Mike Kinsella stumbles and weaves through a new OWEN music video for “Bad Blood” directed by Guise (Samuel Gursky and Mitchell Wojcik) where the mourners for a funeral gather in a record store. Off of his recently released album L’ami du Peuple, the song digs deep into a…Read More
THE LEAP YEAR’s second album, The Narrowing, is an album of stories – heartbreak, want and boyhood dreams – in no particular order.
Have you been itching to hear the new This Will Destroy You ‘Live in Reykjavik, Iceland’ album? Well now you can!