Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Five guys who never learned Ableton.


band members

Alec Snow, Jock Houston, Jimmy Basnett, Matt Hollonds, Lachy Becke


Influences

All Them Witches, Highly Suspect, Like Thieves, Royal Blood, Kaleo


Website

instagram.com/InterimAus

Bio

Fresh from recording their forthcoming debut LP, Sydney via Toowoomba alt-rockers Interim have just announced a bunch of Australian tour dates to kick off 2017. 

Having previously impressed with their recent single ‘She’s The Devil’ the five-piece have taken their love of 90’s grunge and heavy guitar action into Airlock Studios in Brisbane to work with renowned producer Yanto Browning (Art of Sleeping, The Jungle Giants, The Belligerents) on their debut album. An intensive 13 day recording schedule has yielded results that deliver on the band’s early promise and shows that 2017 will be a landmark year for this up and coming act.

After two self-produced and independently released EPs, 2017 sees the band releasing their debut album through indie distributor MGM. Following several commercial record deal offers from established labels trying to leverage off the acting fame of Interim front man Alec Snow, the band made the decision to crowdfund the album via the goodwill of fans in a bid to maintain full creative control. The album will be released in the form of a new video clip and new single every month.
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"Each member of Interim has phenomenal on-stage energy and it doesn't take long before the crowd are sucked into the spectacle of the driving rhythm and catchy melodies." Mark Blackman (Rave Magazine)

Review

Review by Ciaran Lyons Ciaran Lyons

03 Mar 2017

Triple J
40

digging this one! it's also great to hear new stuff from these guys after seeing how good they were live a couple of months ago.

digging this one! it's also great to hear new stuff from these guys after seeing how good they were live a couple of months ago.

Review

Review by Dan WG Dan WG

23 Apr 2017

50

Interim delivers once again with another heavy blues banger! The driving rhythm and sludgey, distorted bass reminds me of The Black Keys. Love that bass tone!

Interim delivers once again with another heavy blues banger! The driving rhythm and sludgey, distorted bass reminds me of The Black Keys. Love that bass tone!

Review

Review by NatsMaynard NatsMaynard

23 Apr 2017

50

Dirty guitars, fantastic arrangement (love the little twiddly bit - technical term - at about 1:05) and awesome, kinda haunting vocals. Love it. Will be on my daily playlist with the others.

Dirty guitars, fantastic arrangement (love the little twiddly bit - technical term - at about 1:05) and awesome, kinda haunting vocals. Love it. Will be on my daily playlist with the others.