Artist info

Genre

Pop, Rock


band members

Antony - Vocals / Guitar, Ben - Bass, Luke - Drums


Bio

They play this… I guess you’d just call it pop music? But remember when pop bands were cool? Remember Dinosaur Jr? Remember Pavement? Remember the Kinks and the Small Faces? That kind of pop music. Unashamedly fun, singing along, jumping around kind of pop music. They were Unearthed by Triple J last year just before they played to a massive bunch of screaming kids at the Big Day Out. Then they were a featured artist on mp3.com.au and got a heap of airplay on the Js. All this off the back of a demo recorded in a couple of days in a mates studio. Recently, they’ve been playing some shows in Melbourne and Sydney to punters and professionals who are both getting as worked up as each other. Understandable really, once you witness the irresistible charm of frontman Antony and the smile-on-your-face melodies and choruses this band seems to so effortlessly bring to stage and to tape.

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

04 Feb 2007

Triple J
30

Nothing revolutionary, but a solid rock song with confidence and bravado. Three chord rock - it can still work for me.

Nothing revolutionary, but a solid rock song with confidence and bravado. Three chord rock - it can still work for me.

Review

Saint_Willie

19 Sep 2012

40

well put together vocal and rhythm, simple and without risk. would like to see live to make a real judgement

well put together vocal and rhythm, simple and without risk. would like to see live to make a real judgement

Review

naedsukram

01 Feb 2007

30

whomever got your guitar tone, shake his hand, whoever clicked 'bounced to disk' with that snare sound, kick his bum. vox a bit low, and the tracks themselves are not memorable. Sounds a bit like 'The 3'0 clock' from the late eighties but not as likeable, although, I think some people will enjoy this stuff and best of luck with it.

whomever got your guitar tone, shake his hand, whoever clicked 'bounced to disk' with that snare sound, kick his bum. vox a bit low, and the tracks themselves are not memorable. Sounds a bit like 'The 3'0 clock' from the late eighties but not as likeable, although, I think some people will enjoy this stuff and best of luck with it.