Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

DIIV, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Beach Fossils, Flyying Colours, The Smiths, Good Morning


band members

Matt & Mollie


Influences

DIIV, Real Estate, Beach Fossils


Unearthed artists we like

Majak Door, NOIRE, Sapphire Street, Flyying Colours


Bio

Grazer is the joint musical venture of four Melbourne artists, whose backgrounds of painting, photography and poetry coordinate their eclectic sound. The music is a dreamy coalescence of 80s indie pop and the catharsis of 90s grunge and shoegaze.

Formed in late 2019, Grazer began to establish themselves in the Melbourne DIY scene. The band made the most of the lockdown period by bunkering down in a Carlton basement to self-record their first EP and debut singles Fever Dream and Joe’s Sad Song, which were later produced by the acclaimed Rob Wolfe.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

08 Apr 2021

Triple J
35

Calling your track Nostalgia Seed right off the bat had me in that headspace, helped not at all by those buried, reverberating vocals that carry the airy, magical (we don'y say ethereal round these parts) essence of a dream.

Calling your track Nostalgia Seed right off the bat had me in that headspace, helped not at all by those buried, reverberating vocals that carry the airy, magical (we don'y say ethereal round these parts) essence of a dream.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

21 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

the vocals mightn't be at the fore, but they don't have to be. you've concocted such a dreamy instrumental landscape and the airy, lofty vocals frame it perfectly.

the vocals mightn't be at the fore, but they don't have to be. you've concocted such a dreamy instrumental landscape and the airy, lofty vocals frame it perfectly.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

09 Aug 2020

Triple J
45

Sometimes a band with this attention to aesthetic tend towards style over substance but listen to this record and tell me Grazer aren't delivering both? Obsessed.

Sometimes a band with this attention to aesthetic tend towards style over substance but listen to this record and tell me Grazer aren't delivering both? Obsessed.