SFK – No Rest For The Wicked
|As another year staggers to a close and we all think about winding down, Something For Kate are getting busy as hell. Of course, the biggest priority at the moment is Homebake in Sydney’s Domain on December 8.|
| As another year staggers to a close and we all think about winding down, Something For Kate are getting busy as hell.
Of course, the biggest priority at the moment is Homebake in Sydney’s Domain on December 8. “Homebake is so wonderful because it’s just a big day of Australian bands,” SFK singer and guitarist Paul Dempsey said recently. “I think it’s the only festival that always features exclusively Australian bands, and it’s wonderful to see it go so well.” But Homebake isn’t the only thing on the horizon for the guys.
SFK are dropping into Penrith on Thursday the 6th of December for an acoustic performance for Triple M’s Club Veg. The over 18’s gig is happening at the Penrith RSL and begins at about 6pm.
This Friday night, the band are also appearing on Channel 10’s Cold Live at the Chapel. The show screens at 12.15AM on Friday night (Sat morning).
SFK’s third album Echolalia is in the running for Triple J’s 100 Best Album’s of 2001. The countdown starts at 5pm on December 16, hosted by Aussie music guru Richard Kingsmill, so drop into http://www.abc.gov.au/triplej/ and vote for Echolalia as soon as you can.
For pay TV viewers, Paul Dempsey will also feature on a Music Country one hour special called “MC Live and Exclusive” which brings together the best live performances for the station in 2001. Paul’s acoustic version of “Monsters” is among the tracks, so if you want to check it out tune into Music Country on: December 9, 13, 17 at 8pm and December 29 at 7.30pm.