Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Jordan Tito - Vocals/Guitar Zach Caporale - Guitar Henry-Barns Tripp - Bass Mason Page - Drums/Vocals


Influences

citizen, basement, title fight, movements, tigers jaw, tiny moving parts,


Unearthed artists we like

Hindsight, colourblind, Sleep Talk, Paradise Club


Website

Bio

Move over Halloween, it’s spooky season all year round with Madura Green’s new EP Spooky Island coming at you this November, Friday the 13th.

After an unpredictable year, the Adelaide emo-pop outfit have pressed on releasing a string of singles Crickets, Potato Salad & Egg Salad - and now they’re ready to release their EP into the world.

Recorded by Jarred Nettle from House of Sap, Spooky Island is a fuelled with bouncy spicy emo riffs and brooding, self-exploration lyrics that asks the questions on the tip of every 20-somethings mouth, “what is the meaning of it all”

Kicking off the year with an east-coast tour with Whatever, Forever & Zen Haircuts, and shows with US emo heroes Tiny Moving Parts and Mom Jeans, Madura Green were lucky enough to sneak in some shows before the pandemic put a hold on live music.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

it's full of life then moody and morose and another very solid output from this band. i just love how those guitars twinkle too.

it's full of life then moody and morose and another very solid output from this band. i just love how those guitars twinkle too.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

24 Sep 2020

Triple J
40

Punk protein on the menu from Madura Green - but I love love love the dreamy coda they've finished this off with.

Punk protein on the menu from Madura Green - but I love love love the dreamy coda they've finished this off with.

Review

Review by David Woodhead David Woodhead

16 Jan 2020

Triple J
40

Adelaide has one of the most exciting music scenes in the country right now, would love to see these guys play a packed Crown and Anchor. Madura Green are definitely the next ones up!

Adelaide has one of the most exciting music scenes in the country right now, would love to see these guys play a packed Crown and Anchor. Madura Green are definitely the next ones up!