Artist info

Genre

Rock, Indie


Sounds like

The Clean, The Modern Lovers, The Happy Mondays


band members

Nicholas Griffith, Tim McMahon, Cody Munro Moore, Jack Wotton


Influences

Television, Chuck Berry, Patti Smith


Bio

Let Me Down Jungleman write, release and tour and thats how it will go from here to whenever.

Unearthed in 2011

NIDA Video Clips

22 May 2011

Winner

Let Me Down Jungleman

Let Me Down Jungleman

Congratulations to our 2011 NIDA winners!

These 6 lucky acts will have a live action video clip filmed for their track by a NIDA post-grad directing student.

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Review

Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

21 May 2012

Triple J
30

There's a lot going on in this track! I can hear the Sydney post-punk community, and a kind of Phoenix tact, then the horn section build ups kind of remind me of a large many-membered indie band i can't put my finger on the name of. The amount of sound really belies the two people you have in that promo pic. Would love to see it go on live. All that aside, i've listened to it a f...

There's a lot going on in this track! I can hear the Sydney post-punk community, and a kind of Phoenix tact, then the horn section build ups kind of remind me of a large many-membered indie band i can't put my finger on the name of. The amount of sound really belies the two people you have in that promo pic. Would love to see it go on live. All that aside, i've listened to it a few times over - and it's unravelled to me nicely - you might even say CREPT UP on me. The word delivery alone is quite dominant, and then there's the nicely constructed instrumentation. It's still unfolding to me and I like it! Well pulled off and would love to hear what you guys are up to lately.

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Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

27 Mar 2011

Triple J
30

It didn't seem to come together for me until the end, but when it did it was a nice shouty sing-a-long. Props to the eighties sax soloist wailing in the next room!

It didn't seem to come together for me until the end, but when it did it was a nice shouty sing-a-long. Props to the eighties sax soloist wailing in the next room!