Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


band members

Jacob Mann Joshua Eckersley Michael Russell Tim Corcoran


Influences

The Strokes, Refused, Bloc Party, At The Drive In, Nirvana, Good Boy, Horror My Friend, Bad//Dreems, Violent Soho, Pavement, Alex Lahey, Eddy Current Suppression Ring


Unearthed artists we like

Good Boy, Horror My Friend, Bad Dreems, West Thebarton


Bio

I'm So Evil:

I’m So Evil is a satirical look at life through the eyes of an antagonist, such as the classic Hollywood bad-guy, or just your average run-of-the-mill office-jerk. We mostly assume that evil people know they are evil, when in reality, they wouldn’t see themselves in that negative light at all. Nobody wants to admit they are a douchebag. This song is an experiment in understanding (and making fun of) the inner workings of such a character.

The Rockefeller Frequency is a band from Brisbane, Australia, creating energetic indie-rock music, mixed with tousled pop hooks and socio-political lyrics. Born from an unhealthy fascination with conspiracy theories, and inspired by artists like Refused, At The Drive In and The Strokes, The Rockefeller Frequency create music that embodies the idea that human beings, as a species, can be so much more than just walking haircuts.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

28 Feb 2020

Triple J
35

Very 'Lets Dance To Joy Division' with that guitar line... but a cute slice of indie pop none the less.

Very 'Lets Dance To Joy Division' with that guitar line... but a cute slice of indie pop none the less.

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

07 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

This is real charming stuff that sits in that glorious middle ground between indie and emo. Look forward to hearing more of the album.

This is real charming stuff that sits in that glorious middle ground between indie and emo. Look forward to hearing more of the album.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

05 Aug 2019

Triple J
35

I really like this! You're harking back to some of my favourite mid-naughties American bands... even with that little quiver in the vocal. Here for it.

I really like this! You're harking back to some of my favourite mid-naughties American bands... even with that little quiver in the vocal. Here for it.