Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Anthony (Vocals, Guitar) Sammy (Bass) David (Drums, Vocals)


Website

Bio

Cosmo Thundercat make music with a raw and honest personality. Lead vocalist and guitarist Anthony, bassist Sammy, and drummer David’s friendship lays the creative foundation for the Adelaide alt-rock outfit.

With a captivating and emotive live show, the band has supported the likes of Gomez, Husky and British India. The band’s previous releases have seen rotation on Australian tastemaker Triple J radio.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

12 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

Folk artists tend to have the undescribably mature sensibility when it comes to lyricism and that definitely shines through for CT in this track. The rocky drums are clearly the driving that pulls this away from your conventional folk-i-ness, which is sick! The delicate harmonies make this a rad listen too.

Folk artists tend to have the undescribably mature sensibility when it comes to lyricism and that definitely shines through for CT in this track. The rocky drums are clearly the driving that pulls this away from your conventional folk-i-ness, which is sick! The delicate harmonies make this a rad listen too.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

this avoids being lumped in with a lot of that stirring folk mumford etc sound with it's grit and size, it goes big with conviction and i like that.

this avoids being lumped in with a lot of that stirring folk mumford etc sound with it's grit and size, it goes big with conviction and i like that.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

25 Sep 2017

Triple J
35

Those guitars give it a bit of a dark, blues vibe but then it opens into a real heartfelt piece of folk-rock that I think a lot of people would happily slow dance to! Lovely stuff.

Those guitars give it a bit of a dark, blues vibe but then it opens into a real heartfelt piece of folk-rock that I think a lot of people would happily slow dance to! Lovely stuff.