Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Arctic Monkeys, The Wombats, Jamie T, Beddy Rays, Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes


band members

Jonny Magro - Guitar/Vocals Ben Wells - Bass/Vocals Alex Wells - Drums


Influences

Green Day, Eminem, Rancid, Jamie T, Arctic Monkeys, Frank Carter, Catfish and the Bottlemen


Bio

Brixton Alley are made up of best mates Jonny, Ben and Alex. The boys moved over to Australia from the UK at the beginning of 2020, where they hit the ground running in Melbourne, with a string of shows at iconic venues, such as The Gaso and Stay Gold, which culminated in an EP launch show at the legendary Espy in St Kilda just before lockdown struck.

After spending several months indoors, they decided to take a leap of faith and move to Queensland to start gigging again before the end of the year. They've had a storming couple of months playing shows around Brisbane and the Gold Coast, gracing the stages of The Zoo, Vinnies Dive Bar, BBQ Bazaar and Greaser, to name but a few. As well as playing a show with Violent Soho and DZ Deathrays super-group, Total Pace.

Their latest EP release, 303, was produced by Bugs drummer Brock Weston and recorded at Studio Circuit on the Gold Coast. Channelling the energy of artists like the Arctic Monkeys, The Wombats and Brissy up and comers, the Beddy Rays, the Brixton Alley boys pride themselves on delivering fast-paced, catchy tracks that tell a story and give an insight into the lives of three young guys growing up as mates.

Blending elements from indie, punk, rock and rap, their unique style is one that crosses boundaries and makes you want to dance around, leaving you with catchy hooks stuck in your head for days.