Artist info

Genre

Rock, Indie


Sounds like

Psychedelic, Rock, Kinda Modern


band members

Phil, Cam and Ev


Influences

David Bowie (from Flight of the Conchords), QOTSA, That 4 piece from Liverpool


Unearthed artists we like

Deep Sea Arcade, Totara Jack, Armen Firman


Bio

If Thelonious Monk had a gun to his head and was told to write pop songs in the style of Beatles-meets-Queens of the Stone Age, it might sound something like House Of Orange..." (Lindsay Gravina, Producer, The Living End, Magic Dirt) House of Orange is what happens when three friends with individual voices join forces to make one big modern sound. Phil Stack, Evan Mannell and Cameron Deyell cooked up their debut album 'Fought Generation' in their Gog Shop - a converted spare car parts warehouse in inner Western Sydney. The friends found windows of time whenever they could to play and record, including stints in Amsterdam, New Delhi and the NSW Southern Highlands. From the frenetic art rock of 'Roundabout' to the expansive piano ballad 'Opus Soul' and the danceable 'Queen of Hearts', the album reflects the band's expansive musical tastes. House of Orange rolls with a sense of formidable musicianship that harkens back to psychedelic rock. But, far from being a genre band, House of Orange has a modern and open aesthetic where each member is a leading voice in their own right.

Review

sexy75

24 Mar 2013

50

Love the intro - deep, pumping bass leading into an awesome rock tune. Also love the break towards the end.

Love the intro - deep, pumping bass leading into an awesome rock tune. Also love the break towards the end.