29 November 2012

the church live concert – Starfish now streaming online!

All of the three classic albums that were performed live at the Enmore Theatre last year as part of the Future Past Perfect Tour are now online for viewing, including Starfish. Go to http://blog.moshcam.com/concert-video/gig-of-the-week-the-church/ – Moshcam’s Gig Of The Week to watch Untitled #23, Priest=Aura and Starfish performed in full.

Tomorrow night, Friday November 30, we perform  the first of the Simple Minds/Devo shows at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne. This show has sold out but tickets are still available for the A Day On The Green show with Simple Minds, Devo and the Models at Rochford Wines, Yarra Valley VIC on Saturday!

Dead Cool gave us a big thumbs up! Check it out –  http://www.deadcoolshop.com/music+cinema/live-show-picks/the-church-on-moshcam/

27 November 2012

Priest=Aura performed live in concert – streaming online now!


The second album  performed on our Future Past Perfect show at the Enmore Theatre show is now streaming online. Click on the link to watch the whole PRIEST=AURA album performed in full last December 17 2011.

The third set STARFISH will be online this Thursday 29th November. Don’t miss it. We will have the whole 3 album concert available to buy from us on DVD in about 6 months time so stay tuned for further news.

23 November 2012

Moshcam’s Gig Of The Week – the church live in concert


Here we go! the church and Moshcam are very pleased to announce the full live concert of Untitled #23 at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney last year from the Future Past Perfect 3 album tour. The other two album’s sets of Starfish and Priest=Aura will follow soon.

Today, we premiere the first of our three sets – the church performing their hypnotic masterpiece ‘Untitled #23?. The latest step in the band’s expansive journey, the record scored five stars in Rolling Stone Australia, who called it “a stunningly ambitious album of shimmering rock”. So sit back, grab a drink (or two) and soak up the majesty that is the church.

Then stay tuned as we premiere the ‘Priest=Aura’ set on Tuesday 27th November and ‘Starfish’ on Thursday 29th November.”

The whole concert – all three albums performed – will be available on DVD in six month’s time from us via churchmerch!
Stay tuned for more details and pre-order information.
Christmas will return mid-year for church fans!

Please share the links – most importantly, enjoy the show!

Don’t forget your tickets to see the church live in Melbourne and Sydney for the Art rock’n’roll shows!

Website link : http://www.moshcam.com/the-church/enmore-theatre-1102.aspx

Youtube Promo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnjutgXCnJc

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151116180983344&set=a.10150102442663344.267260.27668083343&type=1





19 February 2012

Moshcam Meets the church – Interview 17/12/11

Watch The Church and other great gigs on Moshcam.

Steve Kilbey and Marty Willson-Piper interviewed  before the Future Past Perfect show at The Enmore Theatre in Sydney, 17th December 2011.

9 January 2012

Concert Review : Rave Magazine – Brisbane Powerhouse Future Past Perfect Show Dec 23 2011


The Church
Brisbane Powerhouse – Fri Dec 23

A rainy pre-Christmas Eve night can be made special in a variety of ways – in this lifer’s case, seeing The Church, who are bringing the three-album Future Past Perfect extravaganza to the Powerhouse.

Aided by a considerably-younger “utility man” Craig Wilson from Sydney dream/jangle-popsters Astreetlightsong, the Blurred Crusaders encounter an uneven mix during the opening Cobalt Blue, but have all instruments up to level by the time they launch into the menacing Deadman’s Hand. Over two-and-a-half years since its release, the band’s most recent LP Untitled #23 remains an impressive body of work, yet its second half – particularly Sunken Sun with its echoey, post-rock-hued outro and Lunar’s short-and-sweet, ‘space-rock’ trip – is a revelation live. Ever the master of the six-string, Peter Koppes takes us places with his David Gilmour-esque guitar solo during the melancholic On Angel Street, while Steve Kilbey signals the intermission following the gorgeous Operetta.

The album all Church fans tend to agree on, Priest=Aura isn’t so much a faithful reproduction as a mind-blowing live experience. Two decades post-conception, the album still sounds like nothing else recorded at the time or currently, Ripple and Feel brimming with immaculate guitar-pop power and the lovelorn Mistress allowing dynamo drummer Tim Powles to turn the intensity down a notch. However, the second set’s moment of truth arrives when Kilbey puts down his six-string bass and roams the stage during the cathartic Disillusionist, followed by nine brain-melting minutes of Chaos and the brief, haunting Film – the direct precursor of the ‘00s instrumental rock boom.

Following a brief pause, the four-piece roll out Starfish – the record that brought Kilbey and co. worldwide recognition – for the night’s final set. As expected, Destination zooms, Antenna (with Wilson on mandolin) chimes and Reptile bites; Marty Willson-Piper and Koppes take confident solo turns on Spark and A New Season and the former wrings every drop of emotion from Hotel Womb’s outro. Christmas can’t possibly get any better than this.


2 January 2012

Photos by Andrew Briscoe, Tone Deaf – The Forum, Melbourne


Photos taken Friday 30th December at the Future Past Perfect show at The Forum Theatre, in Melbourne (AU).

26 December 2011

Radio Interview with Peter Koppes

Peter Koppes joins Ruby Soho this coming Wednesday 28th December 2011, from 10PM EST on “Garageland” – ahead of the band’s Future Past Perfect show at the Forum in Melbourne, 30th December. PBS 106.7FM (MELB)
LIVE STREAM: http://listento.pbs.org.au/live/

25 December 2011

Photos by Monica Pronk: The Enmore Theatre, Sydney


Peace and love church visitors. Enjoy some more stunning photos on Facebook of the FPP Enmore Show 17th December 2011  – by the talented Monica Pronk

23 December 2011

Photos : Future Past Perfect show @ Waves Wollongong


Thanks to photographer Sean Maguire for the stunning shots taken in Wollongong  that are now up in our photo gallery.

23 December 2011

A thumbs up from author, musician and journalist Noel Mengel – Future Past Perfect Brisbane show

“Stunning show. One of the best shows I have ever seen by them and I’ve seen plenty.” Noel Mengel