Artist info

Genre

Rock


band members

Brendan Neville - Guitar/Vocals Nathan Krajnovic - Drums Dylan Waddington - Bass


Unearthed artists we like

TOWNS, TOTTY, Bugs, Debbies , Bad Dreems


Website

Bio

Dribs are a 3-piece band from Wollongong, NSW consisting of Brendan Neville (guitar/vocals), Nathan Krajnovic (drums) and Dylan Waddington (bass). You’ll find them in few places; bumming around East Corrimal beach, sinking tins or making music in a sweaty hotbox down the road from the beach. Formed in late 2017, they’ve continued bashing out gigs, writing songs, snapping strings and always making time for everyone they can. They have a knack for having fun and getting past the point of remembering their lyrics, hoping one day a few people can sing them. Early in 2018 the boys’ single “Something” had a great response from punters Australia-wide and they've been growing ever since. In October 2019 their debut EP "Is This Taste" had great success as well, earning them their festival debut at "Yours and Owls Festival" in which (to their surprise) they packed out the local band's tent punching out a powerful set causing the crowd to go from 0-100 from the first note. Between gigs, they write songs aiming to make you feel happy and jam along in your car, bedroom or in your Grandma’s house. Dribs’ music is all about having fun, so come to a show and find them for a drink and a good time.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

03 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

Dribs cutting loose with an unbothered surfy bop.

Dribs cutting loose with an unbothered surfy bop.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

09 Jan 2020

Triple J
40

BIG fan of this new one from you guys. Such a solid and punchy sound and those guitars are filling!

BIG fan of this new one from you guys. Such a solid and punchy sound and those guitars are filling!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Nov 2018

Triple J
35

This punches straight to the point with some familiar chords and scrappy vocal. I like the energy that's swelling up in this track.

This punches straight to the point with some familiar chords and scrappy vocal. I like the energy that's swelling up in this track.