Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie


Sounds like

Ya Bish


band members

Harley Loffler|Drums Aaron Goode|Keys Blaine Mitchell|Guitars Jarrad Gardiner|Vocals Drew Krapljanov|Bass/Guitar


Influences

Trism Illustration


Unearthed artists we like

The Disappointed, INDIGO, WiseOaks


Website

Bio

“Their lulling dream pop beats went down an absolute treat.”-The Music

“Not alike anything floating around the Aussie music scene right now…[an] intergalactic electro meets dream-pop experience… one of the most enticing and alluring acts bubbling from the constant hot-pot of WA’s musical world.” -Tonedeaf

“A really interesting tune.”-Howlandechoes.com

Perth’s upcoming heroes of Atmospheric Electronic, Late Night Hysterics, are launching their debut EP ‘SHANADA’ with a WA tour this August. Produced and engineered by up and coming alt-weirdo Michael Strong, this EP marks another chapter for the 5 piece.

The young Late Night Hysterics released their debut single ‘Limerick’ to rave reviews late 2014, touring regional WA to support the release. Followed it up with the single ‘Moondance’ in 2015 and a whole bunch of great Perth shows plus an appearance at Groovin’ The Moo. ‘Limerick’ has gone on to gather over 91,000 plays on Spotify.

The first sound from ‘Shanada’ comes in the form of a single called ‘Dreams Too’. It’s Atmospheric, electronic pop. Dreamy and driving tones that are lush, layered and full of impressive musicality. Pop hooks hiding out in a slow-burn vibe. The kind of song that curls around your body and makes you sway.

Review

Review by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

11 Nov 2014

Triple J
35

This track takes you on a deep, atmospheric 5min journey which i am well into.

This track takes you on a deep, atmospheric 5min journey which i am well into.

Review

Ian Chandler

02 Apr 2015

40

This song is a lush taste of the collective beauty of these fine fellas' imagination. It builds like a skyscraper, then throws you from the top floor. Once the song ends and you hit the pavement, you're left trying to collect yourself from a pool of bodily fluids.

I can't wait for the EP.

This song is a lush taste of the collective beauty of these fine fellas' imagination. It builds like a skyscraper, then throws you from the top floor. Once the song ends and you hit the pavement, you're left trying to collect yourself from a pool of bodily fluids.

I can't wait for the EP.

Review

Review by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

19 Nov 2014

Super Reviewer
30

Some interesting ideas here but it feels a bit confused after the halfway mark.

Some interesting ideas here but it feels a bit confused after the halfway mark.