The March edition of The Bands Next Door is hot on the heels of the roaring success of February’s instalment. What better way to celebrate the music of Sydney and beginning of autumn than with some original music
Brr: The new project of Brr of Library Siesta. You’re hopefully already familiar with LS’s uniquely personal take on indie rock. Brr is the songs that have been scraped off the cutting room floor, injected with newfound gusto, stripped of their grace and thrown back into your face. This 2-piece offers no apologies to Melbourne art-rock wannabes.
Olive: Off-beat synth outfit without the padding. Weaving a web of full tone beats and blips held together by the warbling undercurrents. Turn your back on the overly produced lush cinematic score and go back to where synth pop all began.
Lord Dodongo: Heavy psychedelic outfit who are making the pilgrimage from Sydney’s northern beaches to turn the Loft Bar into a temple of swirling saturated psychedelic revelry. Built on the foundation and no doubt a love of the classic 60s sound, but with the added zest that only a venomous fever dream can induce.