2SER’s Live at The Loft with Jack Ladder
The Australian radio station, 107.3 FM, will welcome Jack Ladder to the loft for May, this Thursday, the 17th, at 5pm. If you are in the area, you have a chance to attend 2SER’s Live at The Loft with Jack Ladder by emailing email@example.com.
Solo Australian Dates
Jack Ladder will embark on a slew of solo dates later this month. For any of you in the region, I suggest you make it out. Flyer courtesy of our friends down there, Spunk Records.
Jack Ladder from Luke Stephenson.
Rawkblog Does “Cold Feet”
A big cheers to LA-based indie outlet RAWKBLOG for posting on Jack Ladder’s “Cold Feet.”
Read more about their thoughts on his “craggy baritone” right here. While there also poke around their newly-designed site.
In other news, we’re ironing out the details of some new music AND a new music video, both of which will be announced really soon.
Love those ‘Cold Feet’
Happy New Year all.
I wanted to send a quick shout and thank all of you that have been supporting, downloading and posting about Jack Ladder and our debut HURTSVILLE single, “Cold Feet.”
Feel Guide posted the tune, focusing on how Aussie site Mess & Noise named “Cold Feet” the best track of 2011. Flattered. Check out the post here. Follow Brent at Feel Guide here.
Ohio blog, The Wounded Jukebox included “Cold Feet” in their first-ever Quick Fix! feature, claiming simply that they “love the croon.” Read the post here. Cheers.
Also, the Boulder, CO branch of Buffalo Exchange has recently added the track to high in-store rotation. If you’re in the area, I think you should visit them.
In other news, keep an eye out for brand new music, a pair of music videos and some new, non-album music coming from Jack Ladder and The Dreamlanders and Holloweyed Music.
If you haven’t yet downloaded “Cold Feet,” you can do so for free at Bandcamp or from our website. Do it.
Matt @ Holloweyed Music
Welcome to HURTSVILLE
After months of preparation, Holloweyed Music is honored to present the U.S. release of Jack Ladder and the Dreamlanders. A downright massive release, HURTSVILLE cannot be ignored. Recorded in the desolate Australian countryside, the collection is delicate, limitless and subverted and by far the best thing we’ve heard in ages.
Download the single “Cold Feet” for free right now.