Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

sonic youth, My Bloody Valentine, Swervedriver


band members

michael bennett - breath and six string sounds, peter walker - throat and guitar noise, brett hyde - the beat, arron fletcher - melodibass


Influences

Mogwai, Sigur Ros, Dinosaur Jr


Unearthed artists we like

Varad Kumar


Bio

Drawn together from a miscellaneous musicians ad, mates since school on guitars met cousins on rhythm. Three months later their first ep ‘on a quiet day you can hear it breathing’ was recorded in a single 8-hour session. All the same age, they grew up listening to a variety of independent music, obsessed with indie rock as it evolved from My Bloody Valentine to Sonic Youth, listening to anything from Ride, Dinosaur Jr, Swervedriver, Teenage Fanclub, Trans Am, Mogwai, and Underground Lovers through to Engine Kid, Kyuss, Poster Children, Melvins, and Dead Kennedys.

Review

GUERRA

31 Aug 2006

50

Love the backing vocals. Love the guitar sound. Love the drum build up in the instrumental break. Love the song.

Love the backing vocals. Love the guitar sound. Love the drum build up in the instrumental break. Love the song.

Review

Dazza00769

01 Sep 2006

50

Truely a moving song. I've been a big fan of the Guitarist Peter Walker for a long time. He truely is a messiah !! Great song Go you good thing !!!

Truely a moving song. I've been a big fan of the Guitarist Peter Walker for a long time. He truely is a messiah !! Great song Go you good thing !!!

Review

Reviewed by Tomatrax Tomatrax

18 Sep 2006

Super Reviewer
40

The sound here has elements of the early 80s punk sound and the early 90s shoegazing vibe. The track starts off with a dark vibe and a heavy bass line, at the half way mark it goes into a soft guitar solo that gradually builds up getting louder and faster before rocking out towards the end. This is a very impressive effort! The song has a lot of depth and atmosphere and the tunes twist, turn an...

The sound here has elements of the early 80s punk sound and the early 90s shoegazing vibe. The track starts off with a dark vibe and a heavy bass line, at the half way mark it goes into a soft guitar solo that gradually builds up getting louder and faster before rocking out towards the end. This is a very impressive effort! The song has a lot of depth and atmosphere and the tunes twist, turn and evolve as the song progresses!

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