Tag Archives: Experimental Rock

SONG OF THE DAY Damaged Bug – Gimme Tamanthum

2016 saw two album releases for The Oh Sees and if that wasn’t enough, frontman John Dwyer was also busy crafting and recording a new record for his experimental side project, Damaged Bug. Issued on his own record label, Castle … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Birthday Party – Wild World

This superb and deeply dark track was written by Nick Cave and Mick Harvey in 1982 and appeared The Birthday Party’s 1983 EP, ‘The Bad Seed.’ This EP was to be one of their last studio recordings with all songs … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Lower Plenty – Dirty Flowers

Lower Plenty are an interesting Melbourne-based four piece whose experimental ensembles have given them a rather alternative and individual edge. When the band aren’t gigging together they spend a lot of time jamming and have been playing together as a … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Tim Buckley – Gypsy Woman

I never tire of losing myself in a little Tim Buckley and today’s song is an extra special treat, 12.19 minutes of it in fact! At the best of times Buckley’s voice massively impresses me but this song is exceptional. … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Pere Ubu – Heart Of Darkness

I have to admit that whilst I absolutely love this track, I know very little about Pere Ubu.  I got as far as adding them to a ‘must check out more’ list and that was that; the trouble is, these list … Continue reading

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