Dan Batchelor - Guitar & Vox , Greg Bergin - Drums & Vox, Adam Brzozowski - Bass & Vox, Frank Bliss - Sax & Vox, Tilly Campbell - Keys, Vox & Rabble Raising, Jeff Pope - Guitar, Slide & Pedal Steel
Midnight Woolf, The Rolling Stones, Tombstone Ramblers
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Heres some new Dunnies tracks from the 3rd Album "Hulacide!" out now on Off the Hip, Get it there or on Bandcamp What other's reckon...
"The Dunhill Blues, hailing from Sydney, are the ultimate bourbon-drenched, B-movie party band. Their expertise in pumping out a spicy hybrid of soulful garage rock, snotty punk, scuzz-bucket country, twisted surf and fried-brain psych ensures that this album absolutely shakes with the type of primitive, ‘ice-pick through the amps’ raw power that made legends such as The Sonics, The Monks, The MC5, The Dictators and The New York Dolls so much eardrum-exploding fun." - BY GRAHAM BLACKLEY See more at: http://www.beat.com.au/music/dunhill-blues-hulacide#sthash.Ue3LsLLc.dpuf
"From the opening surf-a-rama-bama-lama title track to the feedback-laced "It's Gonna Look Like a Murder/Suicide" (who said song names have to be uplifting?) this is garage greatness, a 16-tune stylistic smash-up derby that works on almost every level." - The Barman (http://www.i94bar.com/reviews/thedunhillblues.php)
---The Hard Truth reviews---
"The Dunhill Blues’ shtick is rock’n’roll, with a dash of soul and r’n’b thrown in the mix, like a jolt of tabasco spicing up a bloody mary. The band’s 16 track, 33 minute second release, The Hard Truth is fast, and to the point; from the opening slick instrumental lick-fest, to the MC5-meets-the-Blue Brothers-in-Cuba hip-shakin’ excitement of 5 Nights In Havana, Stones-in-Surrey Hills balls-and-blues of Band/Kids/Girl and the psychedelic Stooges anti-hipster ranting of I Hate Your Favourite Band." DOUG WALTERS - Beat (Melbourne) 2011
"The Dunhill Blues play a pummelling, primitive and pulsing style of rock 'n' roll that's best viewed beer in hand" - JEREMY SHEAFFE Beat Magazine - Melbourne (16/6/2010) The mighty Dunhill Blues - "easily the most under-rated rock'n'roll band in the country" Murray Engleheart, THE BRAG – Sydney (Feb 2010) “garage rockin' rhythm 'n' blues with a bit of ragtime punk” – The Barman http://www.i94bar.com/reviews/thedunhillblues.php
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