Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

wilco, Cheap Trick, weezer


band members

Steve, José, D-Rad


Influences

Magnetic Fields, pixies, Jonathan Richman


Bio

NEW SONGS! Sophomore Shrug and Nice Family
"Dreamcrusher" (4-tracker from 2013) out now on CD/Digital thru Jerko. "Step-Panther" (debut album from 2011) out now on CD/LP/Digital thru Speak N Spell. "Surf" (4-tracker from 2011) and "D-Minus" (B-side from 2012) out now on Digital thru Bandcamp. Releases on Bandcamp www.step-panther.bandcamp.com Releases on iTunes (Australia/NZ) www.bit.ly/Y02gCC CD's and vinyl from Rough Trade Shops in the UK (shipped worldwide) www.bit.ly/11vmufT CD's and vinyl from Red Eye Records in Australia (shipped worldwide) www.bit.ly/YFWAR8 CD's and vinyl from JB Hi-Fi in Australia (shipped within Australia) www.bit.ly/Wzzg8V http://facebook.com/steppanther http://twitter.com/steppanther http://step-panther.bandcamp.com/ http://steppanther.tumblr.com/ ______________________ UPCOMING SHOWZZZZ ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ Tues 31st December ~ SYDNEY ~ Wasted Years NYE @ Q Bar, Darlinghurst w/- DZ Deathrays + Chicks Who Love Guns + Maids + Corpus ▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

08 Jun 2010

Triple J
40

I loved the vibe - man - of this song straight away. It sounds like something unearthed from a Detroit garage in 1965. A little bit surf, a little bit swampy, and a lot of shimmying to be had.

I loved the vibe - man - of this song straight away. It sounds like something unearthed from a Detroit garage in 1965. A little bit surf, a little bit swampy, and a lot of shimmying to be had.

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

23 Mar 2011

Triple J
30

I'm not usually into this kind of lo-fi stuff, but it's just such a lazily catchy tune! Really dig the chatting over the top at the end, reminds me a lot of weezer's Sweater Song banter - the highest of talky plaudits!

I'm not usually into this kind of lo-fi stuff, but it's just such a lazily catchy tune! Really dig the chatting over the top at the end, reminds me a lot of weezer's Sweater Song banter - the highest of talky plaudits!