Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The Black Keys, Tame Impala, The Avalanches, BROCKHAMPTON, Death Grips, The Delta Riggs, Hockey Dad, JPEGMAFIA, Flume


band members

Mitch Hawkins - Vocals/Guitar Joel Kelett - Drums/Electronic Percussion


Influences

The White Stripes/Jack White, The Voidz, Polish Club, Sticky Fingers, Golden Features, JPEGMAFIA, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Avalanches, Jungle, Flume, Tame Impala


Unearthed artists we like

Mad Rambles, Sammy Honeysett , Doko, Array, The Shang, Lucid Hoops


Website

Bio

Joel Kelett and Mitch Hawkins created Tunnel Vision, a project of limitation breeding creativity. Using music as an escape from the misery of downtrodden Sydney, their lives are full of excessive meme consumption, roaring guitars, groovy beats that move your feet, and they're thirsty for Rock and Roll, ready to change the game, and you're all invited.
Joel calls on his skills as a DJ and injects an electronic, dance influence into his drumming, never failing to please a crowd and get them up on their feet. He also has the best memes in the game. His partner in crime Mitch pushes his voice to the edge with high octane howls and a soulful roar, working in tandem with his raw, huge fuzz guitar to ignite a fire that has been but a flickering ember in rock and roll for the past few years.
Tunnel Vision take the soulful raw energy of The Black Keys, the electronic ambience of Tame Impala and blend it with sample based music of BROCKHAMPTON, The Avalanches and the experimental composition style of Algiers, The Voidz and Jack White.
They had a crushing 2019 releasing their debut single ‘Mars’ and followed up in April 2020 with the dreamy and catchy 'Teardrop Masquerade'. The boys are ready to fully send it in the last few dying breaths of 2020, with their best single to date 'Low' set for release on October 23rd.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

16 Dec 2020

Triple J
35

This is fun guys! That production's got colour - it's psychy and in it's own little world. I feel like the vocals could pop a bit more but I'm digging the attitude.

This is fun guys! That production's got colour - it's psychy and in it's own little world. I feel like the vocals could pop a bit more but I'm digging the attitude.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

12 Apr 2019

Triple J
40

Bitta blues rock done well right here, in the vein of black keys and unsurprisingly from a two piece too!

Bitta blues rock done well right here, in the vein of black keys and unsurprisingly from a two piece too!