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Sunday, May 29, 2022




Why didn’t anyone think of this before?

Kuepper; the co-founder of ’70’s proto-punks The Saints, chief architect of the uncompromising Laughing Clowns and The Aints! and master songsmith over some 15+ solo albums, and White; the brilliant drummer of renowned instrumentalists Dirty Three and revered ’80s/’90s post-punks Venom P. Stinger, and partner in the genre-defying Xylouris White and disciple of all things Ed. Together they will tackle 45 years worth of Kuepper catalogue with a twist that only these two game-changers could apply.

“Jim is one of the finest drummers I’ve seen and heard anywhere, totally gets inside of whatever he’s playing in an unpredictable and exciting way, been wanting to work with him for a long while” – Ed Kuepper

“I learnt drums playing with Aretha Franklin and the Saints on my childhood home’s furniture. The Saints’ first three records Laughing Clowns and Ed Kuepper’s solo work have been a huge inspiration for me in my drumming life and beyond, a well of inspiration I carry with me and can dip into at will.” – Jim White

The show(s) will coincide with a trio of retrospective releases from Kuepper covering his solo years, Laughing Clowns and The Aints! All titles will be released in limited amounts, on coloured vinyl and with select CD issues also. It’s the first is a series of reissued releases from Kuepper as he takes charge of his own legacy whilst continuing to move forward.

“I like how Ed Kuepper – like Lou Reed or Bob Dylan – doesn’t want to replay the hits as was and at the same time doesn’t pretend to not have a  past nor a future. In working with the musicians they play with, they revisit their material in new and old ways as well as creating new material and its not a binary problem, an ethic that seems relevant to all things to me.” – Jim White 

It will be Kuepper, Jim, but not as you know it…

“Ed Kuepper wrote suggesting we play and that’s why I’m writing this… I said yes and we will see what happens, see you there.” – Jim White

May-June-July 2021
Tue May 25th: Castlemaine, Bridge Hotel
Wed May 26th: Melbourne Rising, Comedy Theatre
Fri May 28th: Meeniyan Town Hall
Sat May 29th: Macedon Hotel
Fri June 4th: Cairns, Tanks Arts Centre
Sat June 5th: Sunshine Coast, Imperial Hotel
Sun June 6th: Gold Coast, Miami Marketta
Thu June 10th: Newcastle, Lizottes
Fri June 11th: Wyong The Arthouse
Sat June 12th: Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Sun June 13th: Sydney, SOH Studio (matinee and evening shows)
Wed June 16th: Eltham Hotel
Thu June 17th: Brisbane, Triffid
Thu June 24th: Canberra, The Street
Sun June 27th: Adelaide, The Gov
Sat July 3rd: Fremantle Social Club

All shows on-sale now via edkuepper.com

Photos: http://www.feelpresents.com/ed-and-jim-media/

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edkuepper

Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdKuepper

Website: https://edkuepper.com/

Ed Kuepper & Jim White - photo Anna White
Ed Kuepper & Jim White – photo Anna White

Celebrating 45 years as a recording artist, young Ed Kuepper has decided to release not 1 not 2 but 3 new retrospective releases spanning four decades and a large chunk of his post-Saints musical output. 
1. Ed Kuepper – Singles ’86 ‘ ’96
2. Laughing Clowns – Golden Days // When Giants Walked the Earth 
3. The Aints! Live at The Bowlo
All three collections will be released on limited edition coloured vinyl with Kuepper’s singles selection to also be released as a 2CD set featuring a bonus disc comprised of B-sides, EP tracks and fan faves, just the sort of stuff we Kuepper-philes crave of our idol.

Hard copy versions of all three releases will be available May 29th via  www.edkuepper.com and select record stores. All releases will also be available via bandcamp and select digital avenues.

Ed Kuepper “The Way I Made You Feel” video (newly restored in HD)

Laughing Clowns “Eternally Yours” video (newly restored in HD)

The Aints! “You’ll Always Walk Alone” video (newly restored in HD)

Ed /The Aints! Facebook 
Laughing Clowns Facebook

‘Another Feel Presents initiative…’

Mick Pachollihttps://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.