Artist info

Genre

Punk, Indie


Sounds like


band members

Devin de Araujo - Guitar/Vocals and Nathan Morris - Drums/Vocals


Influences

women, Blood on The Wall, Steve Albini


Unearthed artists we like

DAMN TERRAN , Velociraptor , Ouch My Face! , The Morrisons


Bio

NEW VIDEO - (I need a) Summertime Hit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAdJcCuWnE8 Noise rock two-piece Udays Tiger launch their second EP Dead Attention June 14th. Just like their first release Sinners in 2011, the QLD ex pats returned to Brisbane with the reputable Neil Coombe at the wheel once more (DZ Deathrays, Robert Forster, The Grates). This time, they spent a week up on Mt Nebo, just outside Brisbane in the rainforest-based White Room Studio. The extra time taken with this record was made possible with a welcome boost from a successful crowdfunding campaign. Living and breathing the record from Monday to Friday, they knocked out seven tracks that stand as a solid document from a developing band. Neil Coombe has managed to pull a mix from this that compliments the band’s dynamic perfectly. This is a record that isn’t afraid to be whatever it wants to be. It’s a rock record, but it’s dynamically and structurally fresh, with pop conventions buried at its core. Dead Attention will come out through Thornbury Records and there will be a limited 10” vinyl pressing available, as well CDs and digital copies a plenty. The duo has been steadily toning their rock n roll physique since the turn of 2009/10. Shifting from Brisbane to Melbourne in 2011, they started from scratch. Since then, the band have been notching up live shows left right and centre, with a CV that includes a bunch of noteworthy national and international supports: Blood Red Shoes, Children Collide, DZ Deathrays, Violent Soho and the gobsmackingily underrated QLD punk rock veterans, Six Ft Hick! 'Champagne Tour' w/ The Stiffys Thu 29-Aug-13 BEAV'S BAR - GEELONG Fri 30-Aug-13 MUSICMAN MEGASTORE - BENDIGO Sat 31-Aug-13 THE GRACE DARLING - MELBOURNE

Review

Reviewed by Linda Marigliano Linda Mari...

12 Jun 2013

Triple J
40

Fantastic, sligh...

Fantastic, slightly dischordant, beautiful noise. Genuine love for this, great build and ending.

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Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Ki...

04 Jun 2013

Triple J
40

A modern day pun...

A modern day punk Go-Betweens, or something. Very cool. I like the organy ending.

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Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

03 Oct 2011

Triple J
40

Great introducti...

Great introduction to this band, the driving quality of those riffs are an ace centrepiece to this tune. More pls.

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