Gameboy/Gamegirl, B 52'S, Tom Tom Club
Dominiqe Bird, Jad Lee, Dane Wilson & Temma Lee
Disco, Daft Punk, Factory Records
3 like minded males in there 20's and 1 female in her teens banded together to create a party. From the party spawned BMX. Live synth, live guitar, live vocals with programmed drums and bass make BMX's live show.
Tell us about your music, how did your sound develop?
The best way to probably describe our music is simply different. Each member has a very different background in music therefore different tastes, different opinions ion what is good and what isn't. Our sound is made up by building on each others strengths and trying to get all opinions across to produce something that all members are happy with.
Tell us about your live show - what can the Parklife audience expect?
The live show is Dom playing keys, Dane playing Guitar, Jad playing percussion with a pinch of vocals, and Temma with lead vocals. They should expect to dance (hopefully) and maybe some nudity (if they're lucky).
Who are you most looking forward to at this year's Parklife?
Soulwax even though i've seen them several times always put on an amazing show. Nite Versions at V fest last year was one of the best things I've seen. Other than that really excited to see Metro Area.
What's planned for the future?
Getting our tracks recorded properly and hopefully a release by the end of the year.
Australian music is?
Quite strong at the moment especially in the Indie Dance scene. The sucess of the recent Modular releases (The Presets, Cut Copy, Van She) in the ARIA charts is quite astonishing. I never would of expected that a few years ago. There are so many artists making music and pushing that indie electro sound in Australia and the world isn't just noticing they're listening and talking about Australian music.View Profile Hide Interview