The Electorate, Bryan Estepa & Buddy Glass - live at the PBC
The Electorate, Bryan Estepa & Buddy Glass team up for a night of rollicking Indie Rock at the PBC.
On Saturday Feb 13, 2021, The Electorate take to the PBC stage and play their first show since the release of their critically acclaimed debut LP You Don’t Have Time To Stay Lost. Joining them on the night will be the kind and brilliant souls Bryan Estepa, and Buddy Glass.
The Electorate started their life as The Templebears, before splintering off into Big Heavy Stuff, Atticus, The Apartments, Knievel, Imperial Broads and a host of other bands. They reformed in 2016 and in 2018 began recording their debut You Don’t Have Time To Stay Lost, with Tim Kevin (The Apartments/Youth Group/Peabody/Holly Throsby) at the helm.
Rolling Stone called The Electorate’s debut “one of the finest releases of 2020, and one of the finest debuts to date’ and gave the album 4.5 out of 5 stars. You Don’t Have Time To Stay Lost was the 2SER album of the week upon release, and was described by Backseat Mafia as “a gorgeous and rich experience: it captures the complex world in which we live in eleven perfect pop songs laced with humility, veracity and just a touch of hope and humour.” You Don’t Have Time To Stay Lost is popping up on a few best of 2020 lists and was named by the influential US mag The Big Take Over as “an entire, unexpected triumph’.
Bryan Estepa is an Australian Singer-songwriter who has been part of the Australian independent music scene for over 20 years. Estepa has released 6 critically acclaimed studio albums and undertaken several tours through Australia, Europe, USA, Japan and The Philippines. Bryan has once been labelled one of 'Sydney's best kept secrets' and continues to create and release music under 'Lilystars Records'.
New single 'Admit Now, Pay Later' available now through all major digital streaming sites.
Buddy Glass is the musical nom-de-plume for Bruno Brayovic, who sings his liddle heart out for Sydney recalcitrants, Peabody. Brayovic has been pushing runny shit up a hill with a fork in the Australian music scene for nigh on 30 years now, whether it be releasing five albums and endlessly touring around Australia with Peabody or releasing two albums of largely ignored genius as Buddy Glass. His latest offering, Wow & Flutter was described by Rolling Stone magazine as "the folky masterpieces 2020 needed" and that it "deserves to be remembered as not just one of the year's best records, but one of the finest collections to come out of Australia in recent times".
Wow & Flutter is out now on vinyl and through all the digital streaming platforms.
This is a Covid-safe show. Pre-sale tickets only. No walk-ups.