Artists & Releases matching ‘Essendon Airport’

Chapter Music show at Old Melbourne Gaol!

As part of Melbourne Music Week’s label showcase series Labels Live, Chapter Music is presenting an amazing show at the very spooky Old Melbourne Gaol. Reformed 70s synth-punk legends Primitive Calculators will put on a typically savage and hilarious performance, showcasing new material from an album currently being recorded – their first ever studio album in [...]

Essendon Airport

Formed in 1978 as a mimimalist duo of guitarist Robert Goodge and keyboardist David Chesworth, Essendon Airport released their landmark 7” EP Sonic Investigations Of the Trivial on Chesworth’s Innocent Records in 1979. Chapter Music reissued Sonic Investigations way back in 2002, as a CD including second single Talking To Cleopatra (with vocalist Anne Cessna) [...]

Essendon Airport – 30th anniversary reissue, free MP3s, new video!

Chapter is very excited to announce a 30th anniversary reissue of Palimpsest, the one and only album by Melbourne post-punk icons Essendon Airport. Recorded in December 1981, Palimpsest is now reborn as a double disc package with a whole bonus CD of live and unreleased studio recordings spanning 1980-83. Essendon Airport drummer Paul Fletcher, now a [...]

Palimpsest 2CD

Chapter is very excited to announce a 30th anniversary reissue of Palimpsest, the one and only album by Melbourne post-punk icons Essendon Airport. Recorded in December 1981, Palimpsest is now reborn as a double disc package with a whole bonus CD of live and unreleased studio recordings spanning 1980-83. Formed in 1978 as a mimimalist duo of guitarist Robert [...]

Sonic Investigations Of The Trivial CD

Sonic Investigations Of The Trivial compiles Essendon Airport’s first single from 1979, recorded on Wurlitzer piano, electric guitar and drum machine, their 1980 single with Anne Cessna, their contribution to the compilation New Music 1979-80 released on Innocent Records in 1983, and six previously unreleased live recordings from Essendon Airport’s first performance in 1979.