The Two Dark Eyes combine samplers and live sounds to make new exciting music...its psychedelic and ecclectic....yarrrr! Alternative music with Dan Pringle, Phil Stallard, Lex Robertson, Debmetal https://www.facebook.com/TwoDarkEyes?fref=ts http://www.reverbnation.com/?utm_campaign=homepage&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=page_object_news_item#!/thetwodarkeyes The Mumps The Mumps make kind of light, wandering post-rock with down-mouthed new wave guitar tones and 'dancey' drumming. It's pretty damn excellent; nodding to cloudy 'Australian' sounds while also being fascinating and mightily accessible. Liberty Kerr and Tina Havelock Stevens write 'post rock transcendental power tunes'. They’re mainly instrumental, a little eccentric, a little alchemical. and joined by Ross Johnson on bass. Post Rock Instrumental With Liberty - Guitar, Tina Havelock, Stevens - Drums, Adele Pickvance - Bass https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/running/id666933445?i=666933694 The Mumps write driving, hypnotic, mostly instrumental Post Rock Transcendental Power Tunes with plenty of light and shade. Wiltricity http://youtu.be/DuaHREPjCxc
The Two Dark Eyes perform original material, the music is hypnotic and psychedelic, driving and sweet - gigs are not to be missed, sometimes involving visual projections.. With Dan Pringle Phil Stallard Lex Robertson Debmetal Shaw https://www.facebook.com/TwoDarkEyes
FRET album launch. The much anticipated album release from seminal lo-fi post punk firebrands FRET will be commemorated. FRET will be ably assisted by the spiralling cowboy surf sounds of Mas Carne and the moody uber-grooves of The Two Dark Eyes. The first 20 punters to arrive will receive a complimentary copy of the album so arrive early and arrive often. https://www.facebook.com/mascarneband/timeline https://soundcloud.com/m-s-carne https://www.facebook.com/TwoDarkEyes?fref=ts http://www.reverbnation.com/thetwodarkeyes
the two dark eyes has a show on 2015-01-17 at 20:30 @ Lazybones Lounge in Marrickville, NSW http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5hyjf4 #concert
“Sleepless is an solid but abstruse affair, the extremely heavy subject matter flutters nervously around Stallard’s electronic solitude and psychological collapse. Trippy reverb hinged together with a great authorial rhythm to the point where downbeat becomes progressively upbeat – A welcome introduction to something bold and endearingly different from Sydney’s ‘Two Dark Eyes’.”
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