Artist info

Genre

Rock, Indie


Sounds like

The Doors, Band of Skulls, The Living End


band members

Billy O'Connell - Vox/Guitar, Jono Colliver - Bass/Vox, Nathan Johnston - Drums


Influences

Johnny Paul Jones , Johnny Hendrix, Johnny Bonham


Bio

Kashmere Club was born on a stage in 2010. The Melbourne trio hungrily moved from South-West Victoria to the big city to chase that illusive feeling of "the best live gig ever" and share it with as many people as possible. Relentless gigging and a blind faith in the power of a live show, Billy, Nathan and Jono released their debut EP (Roundabout Girl) to a surprisingly large crowd @ the Hi Fi Bar in 2011. Recorded at Hot House Studios (Franz Ferdinand, Oasis) the folk and blues infused debut was well received and the EP featured across PBS, 3RRR and SYN radio in Melbourne and the film clip to the single, 'Blood Runs Dry' received play on RAGE. Since their first release, the trio have further cemented their place in the live scene, including slots with Bonjah, Stonefield and a spot on the bill alongside the Cat Empire, Loon Lake and Oh Mercy at this years St Kilda Festival. Next month they commence touring their ‘Lost & Sound’ EP which was recorded at Red Door Sounds in Collingwood, produced by Chris Cheney of The Living End, mixed by Paul ‘Woody’ Annison(Hunting Grounds/Children Collide) and mastered by William Bowden (Gotye) The first single off the 5 track EP is SOLDIER. ********************************** EP LAUNCH: Cherry Bar - Saturday 24 August

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

04 Oct 2013

Triple J
40

Another solid so...

Another solid song from you guys. Good hook with the chorus and I like the subtle singalong vibes.

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Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

24 May 2013

Triple J
30

This one's ...

This one's got a great rock'n'roll swagger to it.

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Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

23 May 2013

Triple J
30

Strong song here...

Strong song here guys - tidy riffage but the strong, smooth vocal gives it a warm, melodic edge. Well produced and snappy. Keep 'em coming.

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