Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

DMA's, Skeggs, Hockey Dad, Oasis, Catfish and the Bottlemen


band members

Zac Roberton Darcie Medlyn Paul Klapper Jack Parkes


Influences

Silverchair


Unearthed artists we like

Bugs, Nice Biscuit, Baskervillain, Hatchie, WAAX


Website

Bio

Bringing the heat with a wall of sound effect, Brisbane has spat out an offering of sonic
proportions, The Buzzing Towers.
Since their debut self-titled EP hit the scene in 2020, The Towers have been turning heads with their music which pays homage to rock and roll, past and present
while also adding a refreshing touch making it their own.
With their ‘leave it all on the stage’ attitude the band has been busy on the live music circuit, welcoming all with their energy and leaving crowds buzzing.
Channelling a colossal guitar sound, drums that grips you with a ferocity and bass lines that not only hold it all together, but lead the charge, this is ‘Brisrock’ at its most pure and urgent.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 May 2021

Triple J
35

got more than a few friends who would enjoy belting this out on their ipod.

got more than a few friends who would enjoy belting this out on their ipod.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Jan 2020

Triple J
35

another one from the buzzing towers evoking the classics and refusing to let that foot stay still.

another one from the buzzing towers evoking the classics and refusing to let that foot stay still.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

26 Jul 2019

Triple J
35

harking back to the 90s and early 00s rock n roll that didn't give a flying fork and let rip every single time.

harking back to the 90s and early 00s rock n roll that didn't give a flying fork and let rip every single time.