Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like


band members

Miller//Vox//Guitar Byron//Bass Gaff//Drums Bones//Leads//Backing


Influences

led zeppelin, The Joggers, Brian Jonestown Massacre


Bio

The Trivs pack a swag-full of pop gems that will charm you to the dance-floor and make you move! They have supported independent touring artists de jour such as Art vs Science, Bluejuice, Philadelphia Grand Jury, Jonathan Boulet, The Dirty Secrets, Hungry Kids of Hungary, The Holidays, Tom Ugly, Skybombers and Calling All Cars, as well as sharing festival stage with the likes of The Grates, Boxer Rebellion, The Living End, Children Collide, British India, Red Riders and many more. Their debut self-released extended player entitled “For Your Health” (produced by Dan Nash/Mastered by Willy Bowden) included "Survival guide for forgetful friends" which received play on JJJ via Unearthed, and also with the Hack report on JTV. The band is currently working on a new songs to be recorded and released in 2010. DOWNLOAD / REVIEW OUR TRACKS FOR FREE VISIT OUR MYSPACE @: http://www.myspace.com/thetrivs ***JOIN OUR FACEBOOK @: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=17530494610&ref=ts with love, T H E T R I V S X

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Ki...

14 Apr 2010

Triple J
40

Zan said Strokes...

Zan said Strokes guitars/Daniel Johns voice when she first heard this. I can hear that too. But when you put them together, it doesn't remind you of either. It stands on its own merits.

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Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

21 Jan 2009

Triple J
40

I love your star...

I love your stark first chords! Ball-grabbing intros! In fact all your songs start with a nice kind of swagger, and tone, and this particular song has a lovely warm melody. Like putting your undies in a microwave. Consistent guys! You've got chops!

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Survival guide for forgetfu...

The Trivs

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

15 Jan 2009

Triple J
30

There's som...

There's something about the chorus that really drags me in. I like the intuitive pop sensibilities, but the influences are still a bit too obvious in the music for me. Still, it's a strong first offering. I'd be keen to hear more.

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