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Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

08 Apr 2019

Triple J
30

Belting 90s rock. The vocal delivery is especially thick in what made music of that time so distinctive. Yeee-eaahhhhhhh!

Belting 90s rock. The vocal delivery is especially thick in what made music of that time so distinctive. Yeee-eaahhhhhhh!

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Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

05 Apr 2019

Triple J
30

Impressed by the breakout energy of this track. It pretty much overpowers everything in its path.

Impressed by the breakout energy of this track. It pretty much overpowers everything in its path.

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Review by tomtom tomtom

05 Apr 2019

Super Reviewer
40

Very heavy vibes on this track from Bris-rockers. Somewhere between early Metallica and SoundGarden is the vibe to me, especially with the 3rd vocal harmonies and faster driving riffs! Big!

Very heavy vibes on this track from Bris-rockers. Somewhere between early Metallica and SoundGarden is the vibe to me, especially with the 3rd vocal harmonies and faster driving riffs! Big!

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50

Unlike anything coming out of Brisbane at the moment, a truly EPIC sound that I can't wait to see live. Absolutely killer track.

Unlike anything coming out of Brisbane at the moment, a truly EPIC sound that I can't wait to see live. Absolutely killer track.

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Review by CRITIKAL CRITIKAL

05 Apr 2019

40

Hyposhit! Kinda like it

Hyposhit! Kinda like it

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Review by devilsfood devilsfood

01 Aug 2018

50

“Innocent Illiterate” encapsulates everything you loved in the 90’s; honest, raw lyrics, thick bass lines, the late 80’s seepage of killer solo’s but the 90’s feel of heavy honesty. Nick’s vocals stand out amongst the organised fuzz, and with lyrics that get caught in your head for days, it’s easy to see why Vesper Green are the highlight of my year.

“Innocent Illiterate” encapsulates everything you loved in the 90’s; honest, raw lyrics, thick bass lines, the late 80’s seepage of killer solo’s but the 90’s feel of heavy honesty. Nick’s vocals stand out amongst the organised fuzz, and with lyrics that get caught in your head for days, it’s easy to see why Vesper Green are the highlight of my year.

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Review by devilsfood devilsfood

01 Aug 2018

50

Another face-melter from the boys; especially with the opening line of “what will I wear when Jesus comes to take my mugshot?” It’s hard to find such clarity in the music of today, but that’s what I love about Vesper Green; there’s a message, and it’s articulated in the most artistic way. There’s no bullshit, there’s no hidden agenda and that’s exactly what the grunge scene is...

Another face-melter from the boys; especially with the opening line of “what will I wear when Jesus comes to take my mugshot?” It’s hard to find such clarity in the music of today, but that’s what I love about Vesper Green; there’s a message, and it’s articulated in the most artistic way. There’s no bullshit, there’s no hidden agenda and that’s exactly what the grunge scene is about; honesty without sugar-coating it.

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