Melbourne Communion November 2012
Sunday, 25th November 2012 at The Toff In Town, Melbourne.
The Trouble With Templeton
The Trouble with Templeton is the moniker of Australian Singer/songwriter Thomas Calder.
A unique blend of Alternative Folk, The Trouble With Templeton’s music is about honest feelings and emotional experiences.
With a strong lyrical and melodic focus, each song commands attention with passionate and heartfelt sincerity.
2012 has so far has seen The Trouble With Templeton tour with Of Monsters & Men, Husky, Julia Stone and Father John Misty among others, with “I Wrote A novel” and “Six Months In A Cast” receiving fantastic support from Triple J a community radio nationally, and the band were one of the highlights of Big Sound 2012.
The Hello Morning
What an amazing ride it has been for The Hello Morning so far in 2012. The release of their debut album in February this year met with an extremely impressive critical result, garnering 4 star reviews in numerous publications such as, Rolling Stone, The Courier Mail, Beat Magazine, Stack and Yen Magazines – to name just a few.
Buffalo Tales is the new project for Sydney based singer‐songwriter Wes Carr.
From his early days fronting Silverchair offshoot Tambalane, to his well‐publicised success on reality TV, Wes has well and truly paid his dues and already lived several musical lifetimes before reaching the age of 30!
Buffalo Tales sees Wes return to his organic singer/songwriter roots and is an intimate and natural fit with folk and alt country overtones that lets his music speak for itself.
Lima Spitz (suprise Meredith warm-up show)
In special warm-up performance for Meredith Music Festival, Communion Melbourne will be treated by the psychedelic pop sounds of an artist with influences stretching across the globe. Known as Lima Spitz for this one time only, be sure to bring your party poppers to compliment the vivid palette of powerful melodies. Until then, here’s a cute photo of a Japanese Spitz puppy to help ease the suspense.
Doors: 7.30pm // Show: 7.45pm