Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock


band members

Vocals, Guitars, Synth, Drums, Bass


Influences

radiohead, title fight, the flaming lips


Bio

laedj not beige

Post-rock from space

A tasty blend of post-punk, synth lines and alternative rock influences Laedj hits hard with a flurry of genre defying progressive jams

Melbourne based noisy shoegaze quartet ‘Laedj.’ have unleashed their debut single entitled ‘Pacific’lifted off their forthcoming debut EP penned in for release over the coming months. The band include members of other Melbourne based bands such as‘Inventions, Yachtburner, Breve, Singing For Humans’& ‘Hotel on Mayfair’ and their sound is distinctly fuzzy with shimmering shoegaze connotations underscored at times by soaring dream pop flair.

‘Pacific’ shimmers into earshot on a wave of jangling guitars swimming in blissed out reverberation. It’s percussive swagger is slow and ambling as it metronomically keeps time circumnavigated by throbbing bass frequencies and beautifully intense vocalisations. Explosive through it’s chorus progressions and peppered here and there with subtle psych rock tones ‘Laedj.’ are a very interesting prospect indeed.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

21 Feb 2017

Triple J
35

Good as. The band messaged us on fb and were like "it's only 2 minutes, you have nothing to lose", and they were right.

Good as. The band messaged us on fb and were like "it's only 2 minutes, you have nothing to lose", and they were right.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

12 Feb 2017

Triple J
40

I feel like this track needs to be longer, definitely longer. Maybe as long as it takes to open a jar with a really, really, really tough lid to open and then the time it takes to spread whatever is in that jar on to whatever you're eating (I think this track is great).

I feel like this track needs to be longer, definitely longer. Maybe as long as it takes to open a jar with a really, really, really tough lid to open and then the time it takes to spread whatever is in that jar on to whatever you're eating (I think this track is great).