Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The B-52's, Dead Kennedys, The Saints, Blondie, Buzzcocks, Eagles of Death Metal


band members

Kiri - vocals/guitar/bass Dylan - vocals/guitar/bass/drums Rich - drums/guitar Mike - bass/guitar


Influences

Dead Kennedys, The B-52's, Queens of the Stone Age, The Stooges, Pixies, Motorhead, Bob Dylan, Ween, The Beatles, Nick Cave


Website

www.magicbones.com.au

Bio

Magic Bones are a 4-piece garage, punk, rock band from Melbourne/Adelaide, Australia. Known for their raw, high-energy shows, and unique sound with a nostalgic twist of 60s garage, 70s rock, and 80s new wave punk spirit.

Magic Bones have received strong online and radio support from stations such as Triple J for their past three successive singles, including ‘Danger I Am’, which spent eight weeks in the Australian Independent Radio Charts (AIR), peaking at number 2 and was also Rage’s 'Indie Clip Of The Week'.

The band have toured Australia extensively in support of their own releases, while also providing main support for established Australian acts such as British India, Stonefield, Bad//Dreems, Harts and Kingswood. In June 2016, Magic Bones were hand picked as main support for legendary 70’s punk rock band Radio Birdman in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.

Magic Bones are thrilled to announce their scorching brand new single ‘Hotter Than The Sun’ taken from their forthcoming debut album. The band will be touring the east coast throughout April in support of the single.

The upcoming album was recorded by band member Richard Bowers, mixed by Steven Schram and mastered by Brain Lucey.

After experiencing single success and racking up some impressive main supports, Magic Bones are gearing up for what promises to be their most exciting year yet...

For media enquires please contact: Nick Lynagh
nick@habitmusiccompany.com.au - 0431 317 587

AUS/NZ Bookings: Josh Lane
josh@123agency.com.au - 0423 472 560

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

23 Oct 2014

Triple J
40

This is vintage, and I mean that in the best way. The guitars, the little shriek in the first verse, it all feels very authentic. Can't wait to press play again.

This is vintage, and I mean that in the best way. The guitars, the little shriek in the first verse, it all feels very authentic. Can't wait to press play again.

Review

Review by Chris Scaddan Chris Scaddan

22 Oct 2014

Triple J
40

What a great track. Upbeat, inventive rock and roll.

What a great track. Upbeat, inventive rock and roll.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

17 Oct 2014

Triple J
50

I'm exhausted after listening to this. It's a triumph of noise and energy.

I'm exhausted after listening to this. It's a triumph of noise and energy.