Artist info

Genre

Rock


Sounds like

shloppy


band members

Callum Shortal- Guitar, Backing Vocals, Ambrose Kenny Smith- Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Matt Blach- Drums, Backing Vocals, Andrew Crossley- Bass Guitar, Jamie Harmer- Guitar, Backing Vocals


Bio

Unearthed in 2012

Harvest Festival

30 Sep 2012

Winner

The Murlocs

The Murlocs

Congratulations to our Harvest Festival winners!

Congratulations to The Murlocs and Lurch & Chief from Melbourne, Tigertown from Sydney, and Brisbane's The Trouble With Templeton!

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Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

13 Aug 2012

Triple J
40

The singer sounds like the real deal. He really lifts this song. And that harmonica is killer.

The singer sounds like the real deal. He really lifts this song. And that harmonica is killer.

Review

Reviewed by Dan Buhagiar Dan Buhagiar

14 Aug 2012

Triple J
40

There's plenty of garage rock around at the moment but these guys have set themselves apart with their authenticity and style. It's dirty, swampy, melodic and bursting with heartache. Pour yourself a whiskey and have a listen.

There's plenty of garage rock around at the moment but these guys have set themselves apart with their authenticity and style. It's dirty, swampy, melodic and bursting with heartache. Pour yourself a whiskey and have a listen.

Review

Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

16 Apr 2012

Triple J
40

On top of mastering those tones (scuzzy but not lost fuzz...it's a fine line!) i reckon you've also come up with a great chugging beach bum pop song. It actually staggers along nicely, as the name might suggest. I like what you did there.

On top of mastering those tones (scuzzy but not lost fuzz...it's a fine line!) i reckon you've also come up with a great chugging beach bum pop song. It actually staggers along nicely, as the name might suggest. I like what you did there.