Debut single Sun Rising/ Waves 2011
Debut album 2012
former and current projects – ohana, little a, the thaw, bare arms vox / keys – amy Guit/Vox – flyn skins – katrina www.merewomen.wordpress.com
Hailing from Sydney, Australia, three piece Step-Panther spew a unique blend of surf-rock and garage pop upon their legions of fans. They believe in the true value of gold amongst other of the more important life values.
Stevsie (Guitar, vox.)
Rummaging through the bones of 60s pop, late 70s post-punk, 80s and 90s noise rock, Melbourne four piece Witch Hats are the ideal antidote to a world that celebrates the vacuous pursuits of the celebrity classes, cheap corporate rhetoric and the disposable lifestyle.
Sydney band Charge Group formed around 2005 and currently comprises three members of the now-defunct Newcastle outfit Purplene - vocalist/guitarist Matt Blackman (also of Tucker Bs), bassist Adam Jesson (The Instant), and drummer Matt Rossetti (The Instant). The fourth member is violinist/vocalist Jason Tampake (Firekites, Josh Pyke band), also originally from Newcastle.
Mother and Son are a garage-surfabilly band from Wollongong, Australia. The band members are Bodie Jarman (guitar/vocals) and Mat Teudt (drums). In February 2011 they released their debut album, the self-titled Mother and Son.
Dan Kelly moved south to Melbourne in the late 90s, having spent an itinerant youth labouring on Queensland farms and dreaming of better days as an itinerant, 20-something musician. His reputation as a writer and singer of rare talent quietly spread through music circles on the strength of a homemade demo and ever-compelling live performances.
Forming in Brisbane in 2003, The Gin Club casually coagulated around a regular open mic night held in a Brisbane pub. Originally based on a fairly elastic lineup, the band has stabilized but it is still a large ensemble with seven songwriters. Winning one day of recording time through a cancer fundraiser at Brisbane club The Troubadour enabled The Gin Club to record their first album.