Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

AlunaGeorge, Fool's Gold , D'Angelo


band members

José ~ lead vocals, guitar. Raf ~ guitar, synth. Josh ~ bass, vocals. Ardie ~ drums.


Influences

El Guincho, Buena Vista Social Club, Fleetwood Mac


Bio

Jubilants; four boys from Sydney. We’ve put out two songs previous to this, and this is our third single ‘Fiasco’. Contact: jubilants@hotmail.com Online: FACEBOOK.COM/JUBILANTS SOUNDCLOUD.COM/JUBILANTS JUBILANTS.BANDCAMP.COM

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

07 Dec 2012

Triple J
40

There's a fair bit of tropicana indie around these days, but there's a vibrancy to this that makes it stand out to me.

There's a fair bit of tropicana indie around these days, but there's a vibrancy to this that makes it stand out to me.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Mar 2012

Triple J
40

This is solid, dudes. The enveloping intro is real nice and the way the synth punches and bass build up towards the end works a treat.

This is solid, dudes. The enveloping intro is real nice and the way the synth punches and bass build up towards the end works a treat.

Review

30

Cool track, reminiscent of Jinja Safari, two door cinema club and all the other Vampire Weekend-type bands (which is a good thing in this case). The singer's voice in particular is soulful and sincere, although the guitar sound is a little flat, sounds like it was recorded line in, which really takes away from the track, as the guitars very much carry the song. The instrumental break is a ...

Cool track, reminiscent of Jinja Safari, two door cinema club and all the other Vampire Weekend-type bands (which is a good thing in this case). The singer's voice in particular is soulful and sincere, although the guitar sound is a little flat, sounds like it was recorded line in, which really takes away from the track, as the guitars very much carry the song. The instrumental break is a bit boring too, but all in all, it's a great track.

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