Kirin J Callinan is Coming Back after Dick Flashing Episode via SXSW - Noise11.com
Kirin J Callinan, AMP Shortlist 2014, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Kirin J Callinan, AMP Shortlist 2014, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Kirin J Callinan is Coming Back after Dick Flashing Episode via SXSW

by Paul Cashmere on January 25, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Disgraced Sydney post-punk performer Kirin J Callinan will use the resources of SXSW to claw back some credibility after his dick flashing expose at the ARIA Awards in 2017.

Callinan was on the rise and gathering great reviews when he flushed away his hard work by exposing himself at the ARIA’s of 2017 and ending up with a 12 month good behaviour bond for public exposure. He was also dropped from Laneway because of the incident.

Kirin J Callinan hopes to put his past in the past with a SXSW Showcase hopefully staged to relaunch his career.

SXSW has also added Melbourne’s Blush’ko and Sydney’s Rachael Fahim.

They join the previously list of 45 Australian showcasing bands:

Amaru Tribe
Melbourne

Amyl & The Sniffers
Melbourne

Angie McMahon
Melbourne

Black Rheno
Sydney

Bloods
Sydney

Body Type
Sydney

Carmouflage Rose
Brisbane

CASTLECOMER
Sydney

Catherine Britt
Newcastle

CXLOE
Sydney

Death Bells
Sydney

Denise le Menice
Perth

Emerson Snowe
Brisbane

Feels
Perth

Gabriella Cohen
Brisbane

Georgi Kay
Perth

Golden Vessel
Brisbane

Goo Munday
Sydney

Grace Turner
Maryville

Haiku Hands
Sydney

Harmony Byrne
Melbourne

I Know Leopard
Sydney

Indigo Sparke
Sydney

Jarryd James
Brisbane

Jo Schornikow
Melbourne

Kwame
Sydney

Mansionair
Sydney

NOIRE
Brisbane

Odette
Sydney

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
Perth

San Mei
Robina

Skegss
Byron Bay

Slow Dancer
Melbourne

The Gooch Palms
Newcastle

Tia Gostelow
Mackay

Two People
Melbourne

Vacations
Newcastle

WAAX
Brisbane

WAFIA
Brisbane

Moonlover
Melbourne

No Mono
Melbourne

Quivers
Hobart

The Delta Riggs
Sydney

Spike Vincent
Sydney

Greenwave Beth
Sydney

More acts will be announced soon, bringing the total Aussie line-up to over 50 acts.

SXSW in Austin March 12-17, 2019.

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