|August Tour Announced|
| With their third album, “Echolalia” in stores this week, Something For Kate have announced they will hit the road again throughout August, on the aptly titled Echolalia Tour.
Following on from the sold-out Mythology tour that wound its way across Australia throughout May, The Echolalia Tour will kick off in Canberra on August 8 and conclude in Brisbane on the 31st of the month. In between the tour will take in all mainland state capitals and a couple of key regional centres.
Tickets for The Echolalia Tour will be on sale from July 2 and special guests for each date will soon be announced.
THE ECHOLALIA TOUR – AUGUST 2001
Wed 8th – ANU, Canberra
Thur 9th – Newcastle Uni
Fri 10th & Sat 11th – Metro, Sydney
Fri 17th & Sat 18th – Forum, Melbourne
Fri 24th – Globe, Perth
Sat 25th – Fly by Night, Fremantle
Sun 26th – Heaven, Adelaide
Fri 31st – Arena, Brisbane
|Something For Kate’s third album ‘Echolalia’ is instores now and features 13 new tracks including the recent single ‘Monsters.|
| Something For Kate’s third album ‘Echolalia’ is instores now and features 13 new tracks including the recent single ‘Monsters.’ For a limited time only ‘Echolalia’ will be available with an additional multi-media CD ROM component. The CD ROM contains video footage of the writing and recording of the album, an exclusive interview with the albums’ co-producer, Trina Shoemaker, a selection of photographic images taken by the band as well as the video clip to the “Monsters” single.
The CD will also provide a link to www.echolalia.tv which will give you access to exclusive content. This material is only available to fans that actually buy the CD.
26th June @ 9.30pm: Rove Live Channel 10
28th June @ 8.00pm: The Joint – Channelv
29th June @ 6.00pm: Rockinghorse Records, Brisbane City
30th June @ 2pm – Gaslight Music, Bourke St Melbourne
|Something for Kate release their third album ECHOLALIA next Monday June 25th. The album has 13 new tracks including the recent single ‘Monsters’ plus some very tasty multimedia.|
| Something for Kate release their third album ECHOLALIA next Monday June 25th.
The album has 13 new tracks including the recent single ‘Monsters’ plus some very tasty multimedia. This CDROM component of the album gives the viewing rare behind the scenes footage during the making of the album, live footage and much more. In addition, there is access to the www.echolalia.tv web site that has bonus material, launched June 25.
Something for Kate will also be making the following in-store appearances to launch the album:
Sat June 23rd 1PM – Leading Music, Hargrave Mall, Bendigo
Sun June 24th 2PM – Sanity Music, Fox Studios, Moore Park, Sydney
Friday June 29th 6PM – Rockinghorse, Brisbane City
Sunday June 30th 2PM – Gaslight Music , Melbourne City
The band will head off around the country on the ‘ECHOLALIA’ tour August 2001, dates to be announced shortly.
ECHOLALIA is released Monday June 25th 2001.
|Something for Kate’s national Echo-la-la-lia tour kicks off in just over a week’s time and the two Metro dates in Sydney have already sold out.|
| Something for Kate’s national Echo-la-la-lia tour kicks off in just over a week’s time and the two Metro dates in Sydney have already sold out.
A third show has just been announced on Sunday 12th August at the Metro and tickets are on sale from the Metro Theatre Tel: (02) 9287 2000, online http://metrotheatre.com.au/, Redeye Records Tel: (02) 9299 4233, Fish Newtown & Mosh Clothing (Parramatta). The Sunday show will be an early one with doors opening at 7.30pm and SFK on stage at 10.00pm
Don’t forget to also vote on the Net 50 for SFK’s current single ‘Three Dimensions’
|Melbourne trio Something For Kate have been awarded the ‘Best Live Act’ award at the ALMAs (Australian Live Music Awards) – a part of the Australian Music Week festivities. Molly Meldrum presented the award to SFK’s Stephanie Ashworth and Clint .|
| Melbourne trio Something For Kate have been awarded the ‘Best Live Act’ award at the ALMAs (Australian Live Music Awards) – a part of the Australian Music Week festivities.
Molly Meldrum presented the award to SFK’s Stephanie Ashworth and Clint Hyndman at a ceremony held at The Forum Theatre in Melbourne. Other nominees in this major category included Powderfinger, silverchair, Killing Heidi, Testeagles, The Living End, Spiderbait, Grinspoon, Shihad, and the Screaming Jets. This was a public voted award.
Something For Kate were recognised for their captivating live shows in support of their 2nd album Beautiful Sharks which recently achieved Gold sales.
The band will perform at the upcoming Homebake Festival in Sydney December 9th before heading into the studio to record their new album early 2001.
|At a presentation in Melbourne on Thursday night, Something for Kate received their GOLD RECORD AWARDS for sales of the album Beautiful Sharks. It’s the work of a loyal fan base and word of mouth that has turned so many people onto the music..|
| At a presentation in Melbourne on Thursday night, Something for Kate received their GOLD RECORD AWARDS for sales of the album Beautiful Sharks. It’s the work of a loyal fan base and word of mouth that has turned so many people onto the music of Something for Kate.
After the debut of many new songs over the past months at both solo and band shows, we here at somethingingforkate.com are eagerly looking forward to the release of the third album, the follow up to Beautiful Sharks early next year.
If you have a chance to see Paul Dempsey solo at the Livid Festival or the band at the Homebake Festival in Sydney you’ll be treated to a taste of what to expect.
Congratulations to the Band and Management.
|TRULY ! Many people have written lately asking where they can get hold of this track. TRULY was originally available on the EP ‘Intermission’, which was a limited edition and sold out not long after its release.|
| TRULY ! Many people have written lately asking where they can get hold of this track.
TRULY was originally available on the EP ‘Intermission’, which was a limited edition and sold out not long after its release. The Vinyl copies of the debut album ‘Elsewhere for Eight Minutes’ include a second disc, that is the EP ‘Intermission’ and would be your best chance to own that EP. the original CD-EP can sometimes be found in collectors stores or online auctions (ebay), however this is a sought after item and is reflected in the price you’d be asked to pay.
A live version of TRULY was included on the Compilation Video ‘Big Screen Television’ this video is available from most record stores, or try an online retailer for a copy (Whammo).
There are no plans to re-release TRULY again, so the video represents possibly your last chance to purchase this track.
|The Album ‘Beautiful Sharks’ was awarded the title of ALBUM OF THE YEAR at the Music Industry Critics Awards in Adelaide tonight. The album also picked up an award for BEST ARTWORK. Congratulations Something for Kate !!|
| MICA Nominations (Music Industry Critics Awards):
Congratulations to Something for Kate who have received five nominations in these prestigious awards, the nominations are in the following categories:
Best Australian Group :
Best Album (major label) :
Best Single/EP (major label) :
Best CD Artwork :
Congratulations also to Augie March nominated for Best Single, & Adam Said Galore for best WA Unsigned Band.
Something for Kate delivered a breakthrough release with their third album ECHOLALIA, released in Australia in 2001. The album was recorded at Mangrove Studios on Sydney’s north coast; and was co-produced by Trina Shoemaker (Wilco, Queens of the Stone Age, Sheryl Crow).
The first single lifted from the album was ‘Monsters’, followed by ‘Three Dimensions’, ‘Twenty Years’ and ‘Say Something’. The album package includes CD Extra multimedia containing the ‘Monsters’ video clip, and behind the scenes in-studio footage. The album achieved many accolades; including being voted Album of the Year by Triple J Listeners; and being hailed as Best Album, Best Band, Best Single [&] Best Artist in the 2001 Rolling Stone Readers Poll. ‘Monsters’ was voted #2 in Triple J’s Hottest 100 of 2001.
The album was released in the USA in 2002 by New York based label Red Ink.