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

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.

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.