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Mixing Up The Medicine: Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

The Ventures- These Boots Are Made For Walking

Television- Friction (Marquee Moon)
The Damned- Neat Neat Neat (Damned Damned)
Richard Hell & the Voidoids- Blank Generation


The Living Eyes- Better Think Again (Modern Living)
Vintage Crop- Gerald part 1 (New Age)
Alex Macfarlane- Square Guy in a Round World (Planatarium Nights)
Primo!- Big Noise (Primo Cassetto)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre- Mansion in the Sky (Bringing It All Back Home EP)

The Goon Sax- She Knows (We're Not Talking)
Baby Blue- Big Picture (Do What You Like)
The Ancients- Frozen Aisle (S/T)

Golden Scalpel- The White Tiled Room
Evelyn Ida Morris- Wreck It (S/T)
Susie Scurry- The Elvis Hour

Laura Jean- Girls on the TV (Devotion)
XUX- Single File (S/T)
Street Hassle- Mother/Sister/Lover (7")
Sarah Mary Chadwick- Flow Over Me (Sugar Still Melts In The Rain)

LOOBS- Bubblewrap (Bubblewrap)
Digger & the Pussycats- Wrong's Right For You (7")
Magnetix- A Word Of (7")

The Everly Bros- Bye Bye Love

Mixing Up The Medicine for Tuesday, 8 May 2018

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Tuesday 8 May 2018

With their inaugural 12” EP release, New Vietnam on Anti-Fade Records, CIVIC’s debut is relentless, dynamic, uncompromising gutter rock at it’s finest.

Formed in Melbourne 2017 by Jim McCullough, Lewis Hodgson, Darcy Grigg, Roland Hlavka and David Forcier, their highly anticipated debut was recorded shortly afterwards by Billy Gardner (Ausmuteants, The Living Eyes) in Geelong.

From the brutal opening of ‘Nuclear Son’ to the incessant riffing of ‘Burning Steel’ CIVIC beat out a perfect mixture of mid 70s gutter rock classicism and hardcore precision, whilst switching up the pace on tracks such as ‘Street Machine Dreams’ and ‘Shackled Man’, with plenty of urban decay romantics, dead boy balladry and modern Australian underground hustle.

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