Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots


band members

Joe Mungovan


Website

www.joemungovan.com/

Bio

At the age of nine, a young Joe Mungovan would never have imagined that begging his parents “for a drum kit for Christmas” would pave his way into some of the most prestigious stages in Australia. The now singer/songwriter, crashed his skateboard at the age of 13, leaving him unable to play his drumkit and in a wheelchair for 4 months. In that time, Joe taught himself guitar and unconsciously developed a style that blends indie folk and pop together to produce his unique style. With attention to articulate lyrics, catchy melodies and rhythmic detail, Joe’s songs express his genuine emotion. His authenticity and passion is conveyed in his intimate live show, and is an experience not worth missing.

All information: www.joemungovan.com

Review

Give Me Your Love

Joe Mungovan

Review by Tyrone Pynor Tyrone Pynor

05 Sep 2021

Triple J
40

The rasp and passion in "come lay your limbs next to miiiIIIIINE..." gets me every time! Agree with Perko, that sax! Sax = Swoon. You had me on first listen with this one Joe, very much here for it!

The rasp and passion in "come lay your limbs next to miiiIIIIINE..." gets me every time! Agree with Perko, that sax! Sax = Swoon. You had me on first listen with this one Joe, very much here for it!

Review

Give Me Your Love

Joe Mungovan

Review by Jess Perkins Jess Perkins

03 Sep 2021

Triple J
40

When your vocals come in at the 10 second mark, you well and truly had my attention. I agree with Declan and Dave, I can hear some Rubens vibes here, but those roots influences shine through a lot. The sax? Ooff. Great stuff, love this!

When your vocals come in at the 10 second mark, you well and truly had my attention. I agree with Declan and Dave, I can hear some Rubens vibes here, but those roots influences shine through a lot. The sax? Ooff. Great stuff, love this!

Review

Give Me Your Love

Joe Mungovan

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

27 Aug 2021

Triple J
40

i can hear the rubens reference dave has made and maybe it's mixed with a bit of that reggae feel a la bootleg rascal and early lime cordiale. cool stuff dude!

i can hear the rubens reference dave has made and maybe it's mixed with a bit of that reggae feel a la bootleg rascal and early lime cordiale. cool stuff dude!