Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk


band members

Dusty Anastassiou (Guitar/Vocals), Adam Schneider (Guitar/Vocals), Aiden McMillan (Bass), David McMillan (Drums)


Influences

Yo La Tengo, The Clientele, chad vangaalen


Bio

Woe & Flutter released their debut EP of same name through Ivy League Records on October 28th 2011

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

31 May 2012

Triple J
30

It's got all the scruffy charm of a raw garage band, but that laconic vocal ironically keeps it all together. Dissheveled and brilliant, just like the song title suggests.

It's got all the scruffy charm of a raw garage band, but that laconic vocal ironically keeps it all together. Dissheveled and brilliant, just like the song title suggests.

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

22 Aug 2011

Triple J
30

Sounds a bit QOTSA, and with that laid-back double-vocal trick: moreso. Still not a bad act to be compared to if your aim is rock and rock some more.

Sounds a bit QOTSA, and with that laid-back double-vocal trick: moreso. Still not a bad act to be compared to if your aim is rock and rock some more.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 May 2012

Triple J
40

This tune threatens to derail itself so many times it's that sad-eyed and shakey. The W&F boys have excelled themselves in slackery, if such an oxymoron is achievable.

This tune threatens to derail itself so many times it's that sad-eyed and shakey. The W&F boys have excelled themselves in slackery, if such an oxymoron is achievable.