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Words: James Frostick
Band image: Chelsea King

Two years on from the release of their debut LP New Age and one year removed from 2019’s Company Man EP, Geelong-born punk foursome Vintage Crop return with a new full-length record in the pipeline called Serve to Serve Again. Today we’re premiering the record’s first single ‘Gridlock’ – a nimble and nervy punk number that’s the perfect antidote for bumper-to-bumper peak-hour frustration.

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Words: James Frostick
Band image: Millar Wileman

Melbourne-via-Geelong quartet Gonzo will be releasing their second full-length album Do it Better Again in March through hit factory Anti Fade Records. To get the juices of excitement going, the crew is offering up a prime cut from the record in the form of lead track ‘Put The Money’. A pepped-up slice of agile rock ‘n’ roll that is all about striking first, striking hard and taking the pot when it is at its fullest.

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Prolific Geelong crew Ausmuteants have returned to deliver another sample of their crooked outsider rabble. The band has linked up with German outfit PUFF to release a joint 7”, one side containing Ausmuteants’ brand of whirling hyperactive irreverence, while the second offers a dose of PUFF’s cacophonous sound that is undeniably gripping. It’s a pleasure to give you a taste in the form of the track ‘Horny World’ by Ausmuteants.

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Agitated Geelong outfit Vintage Crop are announcing its first full-length album through ANTI FADE Records, less than a year after first emerging with a tape release in 2017. We’re chuffed to give you a taste of what to expect with lead single ‘Gerald Part 2’, a punchy whirlwind of a track that fuses paranoia and frustration in equal measure.

Continue reading Premiere: VINTAGE CROP – ‘GERALD PART 2’