In music, as in writing, brevity is a virtue. This song is 27 seconds long and it does more in 27 seconds than most bands manage in 27 years.
If Street Press Australia is still inviting discussion about sexism in its papers, I would like to let them know that I think Fred Negro’s Strip included in Time Off edition 1611 is sexist.
This isn’t guitar masturbation. It’s guitar blue balls. It’s guitar priapism. All build up, no release.
Maybe if I hadn’t been such a dull-jawed slack-witted alcoholic retard…
Alternative Australian folk indie pop Scandinavian Swedish twee indie tropical twee Melbourne
The craziest, most brilliantly unafraid two songs I’ve heard from Australia all year. No, fuck Australia. Anywhere.
The Return of the Series that No One Likes and Most Feel is Rather Unnecessary and Cruel.
The album’s centrepiece, the five-minute long Jam Song, is a slow-burning tour de force, caged by desperation.
I like the fact no one from Australia sends me music*.
Sometimes it’s enough to get fucked and scream.