GOLDEN FEATURES Announces Debut Headline Tour – Nov/Dec 2014

Golden Features
Sydney’s masked producer Golden Features has announced his debut headline tour for late 2014. Spanning three countries over November and December this year, these shows will reveal a new dimension to Golden Features’ signature brand of dark, cajoling electronica; an incendiary visual showpiece which joins the dots between his aesthetic and identity as a musician, performer and visual artist.

Golden Features’ self-titled debut EP is an exploration of contrasting sounds and drenching moody bass with glittering, ethereal hooks. Originally released as a free download in early 2014, the EP was re-released by Parlophone in March in Australia and by Warner Brothers in September in the US.

The Golden Features EP has already clocked up almost 450K plays on Soundcloud, 300K streams on Spotify and is sitting at #4 in the Top 10 electronic albums on iTunes in Australia.

With single Tell Me on rotation on triple j and a high-profile remix of The Presets single No Fun capturing the blogosphere, it’s no surprise that Golden Features was nominated as the Best Breakthrough Producer of the year at the InTheMix Awards alongside What So Not, Rufus, Motez, M4sonic and Wave Racer.

Golden Features’ debut headline tour will put the final brushstrokes on the digital artwork he has created and give people the opportunity to absorb exclusive new material from his follow-up EP in a live setting.

Catch Golden Features at the following dates and venues:

Fri 14th Stranded Festival in Gold Coast
Sat 15th – Anyway in Melbourne
Wed 19th – Your Paradise in Fiji
Thur 20th – The Helm in Sunshine Coast
Fri 21st – Oh Hello in Brisbane
Sat 22nd – Chinese laundry in Sydney
Sun 23rd November – The Clarendon Hotel in Newcastle

Fri 28th – Star Bar in Bendigo
Sat 29th – Electric Circus in Adelaide

Fri 5th – The Garden in Wollongong
Sat 6th – Toucan Club in Mandurah
Sun 7th – Sets On The Beach Festival in Perth
Sat 13th – Trinity Bar in Canberra
Wed 17th – The Wall in Auckland
Thur 18th – The Wall in Christchurch