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The Bhagavad Guitars have been getting rave reviews for their new album Unfamiliar Places, and after a rousing launch in May, they return to Notes with a special Fringe Festival show - `Indie Redux', with the Glamma Rays (Feat. Jodi Phillis) and special guests. “…an album that is soaring in its pop momentum and genuinely brilliant in its depth of song craft.” Time Off **** 1/2
The Bhagavad Guitars have been getting rave reviews for their new album - `Unfamiliar Places' and, after a rousing launch and tour to Melbourne, they play the Annandale Hotel with special guests No Art, and David Lane with(very special) friends. This gig will showcase the dynamic excitement of the band's live show and give further credence to their reputation as indie legends.
“…reaches out and touches the essence of classic guitar pop.” Christie Eliezer, writer The Music Network, Billboard.
Bio: The Bhagavad Guitars formed in the late 1980’s and had a number of well regarded releases, working with producers like Kevin “Caveman” Shirley (Silverchair), Phil Punch (Beasts of Bourbon) and Tony Cohen (Nick Cave). Their big budget debut record was kept unreleased for five years after being tie...See Full Bio
“Bhagavad Guitars / The Go Betweens / Jesus and Mary Chain Live review. Selinas, Coogee. While it is easy to lump the Bhagavad Guitars into that basket of guitar bands inspired by similar bands of the '60s, it would be a tad unfair to do so. For a craftsman of such a young age, Jeremy Butterworth's guitar work is outstanding. He manages to tangle layers of off-beat sounds through Adrian Workman's constantly interesting bass lines. A technique that goes a long way to removing the '60s tag. The pick of their set, not surprisingly, was Just To Be Sure, a catchy yet dark tune from the recently released Foreverglades EP.”