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“It’s disgusting how young they are to be sounding this good.” – Rave Magazine
The Cairos are kicking off 2011 with a bang. The lead single ‘Listening Party’ from The Cairos’ latest ep, Summer Catalogue, has been played on radio stations the country over and received great reviews from fans and critics alike.
“Bulldozing riff with some inspired '60s vocals on top. Their other new stuff is sounding good too.”
Richard Kingsmill, triple j rating: 4/5
This digital only release is available via music website Bandcamp, in exchange for an email address or through iTunes.
Having recently won the JJJ Unearthed competition to play Adelaide’s Fuse Festival, the guys are enjoying rotation on JJJ as they embark on the national support of Seabellies’ forthcoming tour.
While the material on the EP is brand new to listeners, it was actually recorded over a period of time from late 2009 to early 2010 -The Cairos have been waiting for the perfect time to bounce it over the net to their waiting fans.
Aiding the recording process for the sophomore EP was ARIA-award winning producer, Scott Horscroft (Silverchair, The Presets, Birds of Tokyo, The Drones) at Big Jesus Burger Studios in Sydney, who took the helm for the recording and brought the best out of the four Brissy boys. EP track 'Nothing at All' was recorded at Steven Bartlett Studios.
The free release places a cherry squarely atop the mountain of premium achievement-flavoured ice cream in 2010 for The Cairos – a year that has seen them play at premier festival Parklife, a number of dates on seminal Australian band Powderfinger’s farewell tour, the main support slot for The Mess Hall's national tour, secure a spot on Peat's Ridge Festival for New Years' Eve 2010/2011 and co-headline a month-long tour with Melbourne act The Young Heretics.
All this is not to mention previous support slots for You Am I, The Temper Trap, BertieBlackman, Wolf and Cub, Mercy Arms, Custard, The Middle East and Yves KleinBlue.
Upcoming Tour Dates
All of the following shows with The Seabellies.
Saturday February 26 – Globe Theatre – Brisbane
Thursday March 3 – Northcote Social Club – Melbourne
Saturday March 5 – Jive Bar – Adelaide
Friday March 11 – Cambridge Hotel – Newcastle
Saturday March 12 – Beachcomer – Toukley
Thursday March 17 – Gaelic Theatre – Sydney
Friday March 18 – Mona Vale Hotel – Mona Vale
Sunday March 20 – Brass Monkey - Cronulla
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