The Mango Balloon is now up on Triple J Unearthed with single ‘Dancing On My Own Grave’ – please feel free to play it, comment, etc and maybe we can get this thing onto the airwaves!
The lead single from The Mango Balloon, Volume 2 is ‘Dancing On My Own Grave’. Featuring Julian Curwin on electric guitar, Jess Ciampa on vibes, and the album’s special guest Brian Campeau on vocals and acoustic guitar.
The song also has a brand new video, directed by Reanne Potter – watch it now.
The album is out through Romero Records, and will be launched November 10 at Venue 505.
Volume 2 of this Tango Saloon ‘spin-off’ project is ready to go, and will be released by Romero Records and launched on November 10th at Venue 505.
The album features 6 members from The Tango Saloon in various configurations, plus special guest vocalist/guitarist Brian Campeau!
In all the album release/launch excitement, we kind of forgot to mention… Norman Records in the UK is currently selling Romero Records stuff – ‘Shadows & Fog’ is in stock, and ‘Transylvania’ will hopefully be soon. Check it out:
The Tango Saloon ‘Shadows & Fog’ (Romero/Newmarket)
Review in The Sydney Morning Herald, 18th May 2012 by John Shand
The brilliant Deadwood aside, westerns have been sadly out of favour on our TV screens, but not on our sound systems. The latest round-up from The Tango Saloon blurs genres even further than before, with a distinct film-noir element now darkening the tumbleweeds and showdowns. Eeriness and sophisticated humour become as entangled as heatwaves and sand in a lonely desert. Julian Curwin can carve a third notch in his guitar for another victory over the evil forces of musical predictability. His scowling gang includes Marcello Maio (keyboards), Mark Harris (bass), Danny Heifetz (drums) and Jess Ciampa (percussion). They launch it tonight at the Factory Theatre with Romero stablemates Darth Vegas.