As a body of music, The Velvet Underground and Nico remains a moment of beauty, rawness and twisted innovation. With 2017 being the album’s 50th anniversary, Regurgitator alongside the minds behind Brisbane Festival bring the celebration to the Tivoli. Despite claiming to have taken a slightly interpretative approach to the Velvets’ debut, the set plays […]
As part of this year’s Brisbane Festival, Regurgitator perform The Velvet Underground & Nico, with Seja on keys and key vocal duties and Mindy Meng Wang on the Chinese guzheng.
Well, how bloody convenient! So here we were, musing about how Triple J has gripped the Aussie music industry so tightly that even writers are falling all over each other to sound exactly alike – when along comes this compilation. Fantastic! Now we have here a bona fide aural coffee table book – 25 tracks, […]
By Justin Edwards Photos of Regurgitator and Wampire at The Hi-Fi. Not Pictured: Seja, Jhonny Russell’s Mystery School.
The thing I like the most about Regurgitator is their complete lack of irony (in the hipster sense anyway)
Rock music doesn’t get much more moving than this.
If I’m feeling sick or down music is really quite nourishing.
I don’t think any of my guitar solos are any of the right notes or anything.
Maybe Brisbane acts are less careerist than their southern counterparts, playing for fun rather than playing the game and trying to move towards world domination.
Confession time. I’d always had this bunch lumped in with Powderfinger because their name has… um… five syllables in it. And is just one word. And they’re Australian. and they’re male. From around the same region, and era. And… er. Not very good reasons, are they? http://soundcloud.com/regurgitrax Bugger it. I like this new EP of […]