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DEN drop ‘Current Riser’28th September 2016

Enter DEN: A post-punk group formed in 2014 by Michael Grossman, Steven Hicks, Tomas Nunez and Michael Hassett. Adopting a strict policy of DIY recording at Grossman’s Marrickville studio, they began to churn out new songs on a weekly basis. Within the same year they were playing shows and releasing music independently. The band have… read more

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The Laurels ‘Sonicology’ Tour!27th September 2016

THE LAURELS ARE HITTING THE ROAD ON THEIR ‘SONICOLOGY’ TOUR “Hit And Miss’ by The Laurels is def a hit” – Oyster Magazine ”Probably the best live band in Sydney…. What The Laurels are doing is special. There’s no better way to express it’” – The Music “The Laurels are one of the most compelling… read more

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The Laurels unveil “Hit & Miss” clip via Noisey.14th September 2016

The Laurels have a new clip for single “Hit & Miss”. Noisey premiered the video – “The Laurels’ video for their hot new track “Hit and Miss” is like a cross between the Replacements’ “Bastards of Young”  and a disturbing scene from the 1997 Austrian thriller Funny Games. Shot in a single take that’s continuously focused on a home stereo… read more

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‘Hit And Miss’. New Single by The Laurels.1st September 2016

There is not much else to say apart from quote Oyster Magazine here ‘Hit and Miss by The Laurels is a def hit!’. Taken from forthcoming record ‘Sonicology’ out October 14! PRE-ORDER full album now to receive ‘Hit and Miss’ as a bonus track. The Laurels on ‘Hit and Miss’: “It’s a a song about… read more

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Say hello to Rice Is Nice’s newest signing, DEN. DEN are a post-punk band from Sydney: Michael Grossman, Tomas Cole-Nunez, Steven Hicks and Michael Hassett. “Yeah they can sound derivative of bands like Iceage and The Horrors post punk days, with a little of local heroes Low Life thrown in the mix, but the pastiche… read more