Had the absolute pleasure of supporting Cash Savage the other night.
Here’s a beautifully written review from Chris Familton from Post To Wire and some awesome live photos from AAA Backstage.
Jep and Dep are masters of atmospheric music. With lights dimmed, a great sound mix and songs that possess an austere beauty and an arthouse intimacy, they quickly had an attentive audience – apart from a lone barking voice at the bar who Darren Cross acknowledged with a seething “hey, woman at the bar, stop fucking talking”. New tracks from their forthcoming album were aired, indicating it will be a strong set of songs and though the between-song banter was often thick with black humour, when it comes to performing their songs the duo are deadly serious.
We are back from Europe.
We had an incredible time.
But we are back, planning all that is Jep and Dep, working on Album number II and a filmclip for our next single; the last single to be taken from our debut album WORD GOT OUT.
Did you read our tour diary of Europe? Well if not, you can read it here.
Since being back we have supported, Lost Ragas, Rob Snarski and Aldous Harding
This week in Sydney, we have a Jep and Dep show supporting the fantastic Jo Meares this is on Thursday at the Vanguard In Newtown, Jep aka Jessica will be joining the Jo Meares band on stage as back up vocalist, so it’s going to be a real treat.
Tickets are available from The Vanguard.
Facebook event here.
AND on Sunday 6th September Dep aka Darren Cross is doing a solo show at the wonderful new Heartbreaker Sessions at Freda’s Bar Sydney. It’s going to be heartbreakingly, pull-at-your-heart-strings good. Also on the bill, William Crighton and live DJ sets from Post To Wire. The night officially starts at 5pm, music from 6.45pm and it’s free.
Listen to Wild and Free by Darren off his debut EP No Damage.
Heartbreaker Sessions facebook event here.
We hope to see you there!
x Jep and Dep