In case you haven’t heard, we’ve teamed with Pilot Records and the Adelaide Festival Centre for the 2014 edition of PilotFest. It’s our most ambitious show yet, and it’s gonna be a huge party, featuring a lineup of Adelaide’s best electronic, psychedelic and experimental musicians.
To celebrate, we’ve broken the podcast hiatus to bring you tunes from all the acts performing at PilotFest 2014.
Don’t forget: tickets are cheaper if you book in advance from www.bass.net.au and quote the promo code ‘playpauseplay’!
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It’s our most ambitious show yet, and it’s gonna be a huge party, featuring a lineup of Adelaide’s best electronic, psychedelic and experimental musicians.
We kick things off at 4pm with a free party outside in the amphitheatre. Slamagotchi and No Birds will be making beats, and Veggie Velo, Red House Vintage Café and Evercream Gelati serving eats. All free.
At 6pm, the party moves inside, with Glass Skies kicking things off, followed by Sparkspitter, Brokers, Oddessa and Question Question, before exploding in a whirlwind of colour and dancing with Urtekk. Join us. It’s just going to be the best, you guys. →
While play / pause / play has been pretty quiet blog-wise, podcast-wise and #PPPParty-wise in 2013, we’ve been doing heaps of work behind the scenes. It’s actually been a pretty huge year for us. But you’ll hear about all that soon enough.
The Stiffys aren’t just our favourite band from Melbourne. They’re also pretty much our favourite thing on the Internet. Since the last time we spoke about them, they’ve launched a web series that involves drinking lots of Passion Pop and giving advice to fans/yelling at the camera. After their debut EP, The Stiffys debut album, they’re back with their first surprisingly non-erection-related song, Champagne. The Stiffys are currently touring the country to pal around and have a couple of drinks and chat to ladies and high-five new friends. We asked drummer Adam [wearing awesome shades in the photo above] a few questions →