The shows on 24th and 25th of May are part of Vivid Sydney 2019 and are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Spunk Records. There are different support acts each night. See all the details here and here.
Details at Spunk Records.
Also check out Bree’s new web site at breetranter.com.
Blog reader Tanner writes in a comment:
Has anyone else worked out the back masking from “The Fall of Man”? I’m working on mine, but its so hard to hear with the background noise. It sounds like it might be an interview from a soldier or someone effected by war.
its been 47 years since …….
and thousands of people…..
16 years in …… silent affair
Then again no one saw me
My mother was a………(could be arrested)
I bite my tongue the taste of blood
The rest is to hard to make out.
Also I’ve uploaded the backmasked portion of ‘The Fall of Man’ to soundcloud if you guys want to check it out:
You can grab a preview of the song “Sandyman” here.
The following is straight from the press release:
“SANDYMAN” SINGLE FROM FORTHCOMING RECORD
out soon via Glenlivet-A-Gogh Records.
Former ring leader of Joseph Liddy & The
Skeleton Horse, Joseph “Liddy” Ireland swaps wild garage
blues of Jon Spencer/Tav Falco for the sweet
soulful seventies on his new track “Sandyman” the
first single off his forthcoming debut solo
record. Self-recorded by himself and then mastered
by Glenlivet-A-Gogh go-to masterer Owen Penglis
the record is unlike anything you’d expect from
2014. In between cycling and painting Ireland has
created a multi-colored trip partly inspired by
Prince-like soul, Seals and Croft- melodies,
Steely Dan-arrangements and Frank Zappa solos and
Motown madness. Filled with exciting sounds and
explosive unexpected surprises it sounds as if it
was recorded by someone who’d been stuck inside a
bunker since the seventies – or at least stuck
inside a room in Newtown for a few months
listening to nothing but the hits. The 9- track
debut will be available on vinyl/digital sometime
in April. Featuring backing vocals from his wife
and housemate – most recently Ireland produced and
played on long- time collaborator/another NQLD
penal colony inmate Nathan Roche’s debut solo
record “Watch It Wharf” – its not hard to tell
what mad man came up with the experimental noises
on that one. Never the less, Ireland goes all out
on his own this time around and it pays off big
time – “Sandyman” is a sandy taste-tester.
Launch tours w/Nathan Roche (releasing his
“Magnetic Memories 12”) around the country in