Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Marilyn Manson, Queens of the Stoneage, Artic Monkeys, Weezer, Radiohead


band members

Joshua Moriarty, Jonathan Toogood, Josh Mann


Influences

Queens of the Stoneage, Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, Smashing Pumpkins, Kashmir , Weezer, Radiohead


Featured Gig

23

Jan

All The Colours

Frankie's Pizza

Sydney, NSW

8:00pm

Bio

All The Colours are a band inspired by the timeless. Never trying to fulfil current trends but forever influenced by the greatness of whatever musical decade or genre feels the most poignant to them at any current time. Be it the exploration of 70’s guitar virtuosity or the succinct pop of the 60’s to the density of 90’s alt-rock, all things are obtainable and are to be taken and developed into something fresh and progressive. The band follows an unforced evolution, having no attachment to where the next volume lies. They are a long term entity who will continue to create records for generations to come. The band consists of three close friends who have been making music together for over 20 years and there is a mutual understanding and unity that can only come from countless hours spent together performing and rehearsing. There is a clairvoyance that can lead them wherever the music wants to go which you will understand if you see them live.

Their 2nd album, ‘Vol. 2’ was recorded over the course of a week at Rancho De La Luna (Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters, Mark Lanegan) in Joshua Tree California. A desert influenced collection of songs and jams with the emphasis being on capturing the sound of one moment in time, not fixating on perfection but bringing out the emotions and energy the environment inspired.

Their recently recorded 3rd album, ‘Vol. 3’ was tracked in Hollywood at Vox Studios and was produced by Grizzly Bear band member and producer Chris Taylor (Dirty Projectors, Twin Shadow, Solange). The record is a nod to the 90s alt-rock the band grew up listening to in their formative years. The sound is immediate and captivating with just the right amount of polish and a touch of the unhinged.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

19 Sep 2019

Triple J
35

Woah I did not expect this burly rock band to take a sidestep into all your fave '90s bands - Blue Album Weezer, The Bends era Radiohead. I ain't mad.

Woah I did not expect this burly rock band to take a sidestep into all your fave '90s bands - Blue Album Weezer, The Bends era Radiohead. I ain't mad.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

04 Jun 2019

Triple J
30

Your voice is positively dripping in salty sludge, especially in the verses.

Your voice is positively dripping in salty sludge, especially in the verses.