It was nice to get a mention in Adelaide's Rip It Up street press and called "Cool"
"They Might Be Giants, Dark Fair - Corner Hotel - 23 April, 2013" - The Music.com.au
"Being the support act for an overseas act, especially one with ardent fans, isn’t easy, yet Melbourne duo Dark Fair appear not to be daunted. This is admirable, especially as they have been relegated to the side stage tonight. Their brand of post-punk meets new wave, with some garage and rock influences thrown, in works well, with enough of a fresh take to make them interesting."
"Extended play" - Noel Mengel, The Courier Mail, 27/10/2012
THE DARK FAIR Penny Universe (Independent) ****
FIRST evidence of a new project from former Brisbane songwriter Kate Bradley and drummer Ellie Dunn, stripping down Bradley’s old Goodbye Horses line-up to just guitar and drums but still playing with all the feisty rock ‘n’ roll fervour of the old band. Opener Boom is intense, all jagged guitars and thunderous rhythms; Walking on the Face of Pluto weds Bradley’s cryptic lyrics to a rush of rock ‘n’ roll energy. Then Sang the Black Hole is equally danceable and a little more poppy while Some Storms Have Names shows that what they might lack in numbers they can make up with sheer attitude. Rock’s not dead yet then, it’s official. They support The Medics at the Brisbane Powerhouse on November 4.
After Ellen blog
As seen on the 1700 TV show - YouTube video of interview and performance to come