MUSIC NEWS
Flying Out Announce The Others Way Festival

Flying Out Announce The Others Way Festival

Thursday 23rd July, 2015 9:12AM

The good folk at Flying Out have announced the inaugural The Others Way festival, which will take place in September across various venues in the K' Road precinct. The one-day festival boasts a line-up absolutely jam-packed with amazing local acts, including 90s indie-pop icons Garageland - who will be performing in the original formation for the first time since 2007. Check out all the details below...


The Others Way Festival 2015
Friday 4th September, Various Locations, Auckland

Featuring... Aldous Harding, Avoid Avoid, Bespin, Carb On Carb, Caroles, Chelsea Jade, Doprah, Fazerdaze, Garageland, Glass Vaults, Ghost Wave, Heavy, Little Bark, LVJ, Miss June, PHF, Princess Chelsea, Robert Scott, Sere, Silicon, Solid Gold Hell, Street Chant, Supervillains, The Bats, The Moonlight, Tiny Ruins, Yumi Zouma, Zen Mantra

Tickets will be available HERE at UTR from Tuesday 28th July.


Here is Garageland with 'Fingerpops' from 1996 album Last Exit to Garageland....


Check out the clip for 'No Peace' from rising folk songstress Aldous Harding...


And enjoy the official video from Silicon for his debut single 'God Emoji'...


PRESS RELEASE:

Flying Out and 95bFM are proud to announce The Others Way Festival

Karangahape Road in Auckland will come alive with The Others Way Festival on September 4, with a jam-packed day of New Zealand's best alternative music acts, performing across multiple venues. Thanks to Flying Out and 95bFM, The Others Way features a mammoth 27 local artists across six K'Rd venues for total immersion into a New Zealand music mecca. Taking inspiration from international music festivals CMJ and SXSW, fans will hit the streets and map out their own personal schedule of awesome acts, with a roster literally overflowing with cutting edge local indie, electronica, hip hop, and alt-pop.

90s indie rock sensation Garageland are back together for The Others Way, with the original lineup and for the first time since 2007. Their critically acclaimed album Last Exit To Garageland hit number 3 in the New Zealand charts, and went gold, singles 'Fingerpops' and 'Beelines to Heaven' quickly becoming anthems for thousands of young New Zealanders in the mid 1990s.

Ex-Mint Chick Kody Nielson brings his latest project Silicon to The Others Way, his debut album to be released on 28th August on the inimitable Domino Records. Flying Out have pre-orders for the LP here.

The Others Way also boasts a rare Auckland appearance from folk sensation Aldous Harding. Now Melbourne based, she's hitting her stride in Europe after extensive touring and an appearance on Marc Riley’s BBC Radio 6 Programme.

Alt-pop royalty Princess Chelsea has just returned from a wide tour of Europe, selling out venues in The Czech Republic and Germany. Her cult hit single Cigarette Duet now sits at a whopping 22 million views on YouTube.

The Others Way is also thrilled to feature classic Kiwi indie-pop darlings The Bats, their new album at the brink of completion.

These are but a few highlights from the stellar lineup in store for music fans, The Others Way Festival set to become an instant hit on the calendar of Auckland music.

Venues and stages for the festival are The Studio, Galatos Main Room, Galatos Basement, Whammy Bar, Wine Cellar and the Flying Out Stock Room.

Tickets are available Tuesday, 28 July from www.flyingout.co.nz, www.undertheradar.co.nz and in-store at the Flying Out Shop (80 Pitt St, Newton). The week of the show, buyers must then bring their ticket to collect their entry wristband from the Flying Out Shop - available up until 10pm on the night of the show.

Ticket prices are
$34.50 with bCard
$44.50 without bCard





your comments






Subscribe
Popular