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rolling blackouts coastal fever

Posted 15 Mar 2017 @ 1:22pm

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The French Press is a little bit more of a slow burn than some of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever’s previous work. The title track features some bouncy guitar riffs to kick the record off. Julie’s Place is a little more subdued and the vocals fail to fire. Sick Bug combines an infectious riff and abrasive vocals that have a very raw feel. The kind that sound like they’ve...

Posted 25 Jan 2017 @ 2:16pm

Melbourne’s own Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever are surfing in on a wave of acclaim, dropping a brand new single in the lead up to their forthcoming EP. 

 

Recently signing with the legendary Sub Pop label and garnering acclaim from tastemakers the world over, Rolling Blackouts' new single French Press is a jangly pop track filtered through an Australiana-inspired sound all of...

Posted 26 Aug 2016 @ 10:26am

With the excitement of Live N Local in the air, Beat partnered with the festival to bring together three exciting Melbourne acts for a free party and gig, The Warehouse. Food trucks were parked out front and the bar was flowing, making for a mini-festival atmosphere, perfect for a fun and chilled Saturday night.
 
Rock n soul quintet The Sugarcanes were up first, filling Globe...

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