Alien cowboys of the capital territory. Funk-rock-jazz-prog-rap. Fans of band stuff like crazy time signatures, creative key changes and surprising song structures. We've also supported Hands Like Houses, RUFUS, Peking Duk and Aunty Donna and Young Monks. All our EP's are free on bandcamp or Spotify. Cheeseman Place EP (2010) Al Dente EP (2012) Jive at the Ranch EP (2013) Hand Power EP (2017) Whitman's Peak LP (2019) Colour Me Dead LP (2020) https://youtu.be/umPtn562IHY
Northbourne Flats

Review

Paralysed (Ft. Ruby Delgado)

Northbourne Flats

40

This song showcases NBF's continuing growth as musicians and songwriters. With Paralysed they have effectively fused fundamental elements of folk-rock, reminiscent of Neil Young at his peak, with modern pop sensibilities and production methods. Where others may have fallen victim to watering down the purity of their chosen style, NBF have succeeded by creating and uncovering something both...

This song showcases NBF's continuing growth as musicians and songwriters. With Paralysed they have effectively fused fundamental elements of folk-rock, reminiscent of Neil Young at his peak, with modern pop sensibilities and production methods. Where others may have fallen victim to watering down the purity of their chosen style, NBF have succeeded by creating and uncovering something both relevant and revivalist. While there is a morose quality to the music there is also hope to be gleaned from the lyrics, and the singer should be lauded her their appropriately restrained delivery.

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Want of Peace

Review

Back to Sydney

Want of Peace

50

My favourite WoP song. A jazzy poppy melancholic banger with some beautiful falsetto and a really cool animated music video. As someone who hates Sydney, this song truly resonates with me and is the track on the album I keep coming back to. Very catchy in a sad relatable way.

My favourite WoP song. A jazzy poppy melancholic banger with some beautiful falsetto and a really cool animated music video. As someone who hates Sydney, this song truly resonates with me and is the track on the album I keep coming back to. Very catchy in a sad relatable way.