Owl City's major label debut Ocean Eyes proved Universal Republic's leap of faith well founded, debuting at an impressive #27 on the Billboard chart.
Please note Owl City will not be performing in Christchurch, NZ.
Please note Amy Meredith will not be performing in New Zealand.
CD reveiws: Lil' Wayne, Cobra Starship, The Sweet Ones Tha Carter IV (Young Money) Lil Wayne Led Zeppelin notwithstanding, it is always a bad sign when musical artists start numbering their releases.
Their most celebrated record to date, Hot Mess sees Cobra Starship in fine form.
“With true showmanship the band blisters through their set list of dance floor anthems leaving, as far as pop punk goes, one hard act to follow.” – Rave “…a dance punk delight” – Blunt “….a mind-blowing performance” – Inpress In March Cobra Starship will return in support of their recently released third album Hot Mess (available now through Warner) as headliners in their own right.
With a debut album due in early 2010, Amy Meredith have begun to take Australia by storm.
Guerilla gigs dispersed within tours alongside the likes of Evermore, Snob Scrilla and Dash & Will have introduced music fans to the talents of Amy Meredith, and debut single 'Pornstar' has confirmed what many had hypothesized; Amy Meredith are about to explode.Tickets on sale to the general public on Wednesday 23 September.Cobra Starship Official Website Cobra Starship Myspace Follow Gabe on Twitter Follow Ryland on Twitter Follow Alex on Twitter Follow Nate on Twitter Follow Victoria on Twitter Owl City Official Website Please note: This show was formerly located at Metro City, Perth.“Hot Mess is a complete success” – All Music Guide “Hot Mess has everything you hate to admit you love about Cobra Starship.” – Alternative Press “Gabe Saporta continues to live his Eighties-pop dreams with Cobra Starship’s third album.” – Rolling Stone "Hot Mess," is full of rhythmic dance songs and power-pop anthems – Yahoo “…one of the year’s best party albums.” – Channel V “If you don't finish this part record a hot mess, then you probably didn't have a good time.” – Billboard Lead single from Hot Mess is the monster anthem ‘Good Girls Go Bad’ (featuring Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester).Embraced by fans and radio, the single has shot to the top 5 in both Australia and New Zealand, ensuring Cobra Starship will be well welcomed in 2010.The band is approaching its peak and better to catch them before they move up to larger rooms.