Dallas Crane can be an Australian rock-band having a timeless audio — that of denim and scuffed shoes and twanging guitars. Originally created beneath the name Tempered Kin in 1996, the group comprising Dave Larkin (vocals, acoustic guitar), Shan Vanderwert (drums), Pete Satchell (acoustic guitar), and Chris Brodie (bass) got their begin in Melbourne, Victoria. Their early rehearsals occurred afterhours inside a transportation company’s truck backyard, the lease paid in ale. A big change of name was focused on that organization: Dallas Crane Transportation. After 2 yrs of constant gigging they documented their debut recording, Lent, completely financed independently. On its back again they toured with heroes of theirs, You Am I, striking up a companionship with lead vocalist Tim Rogers. Rogers would later on convince these to lend a cover from the Missing Links’ track “Crazy About You” towards the soundtrack from the film Dirty Deeds. It wasn’t before launch of their second recording, 2000’s 24 Seven, that this band found widespread media interest. That recording was declared Recording from the Week by Defeat Magazine and Rock and roll Record of the summertime by In-Press. Bassist Chris Brodie was changed by Pat Bourke when the music group agreed upon to Albert Productions. Using their assist in 2004 they released a self-titled record, that was nominated for three ARIA honours. That season they won an Australian Live Music Prize for Greatest Live Band. Issues with their distributor — Festival Mushroom was bought by Warner before these were offered to Sony BMG, all in the area of the year — postponed their next record, Factory Women, until 2006. They utilized the extra period well, saving six more tracks than originally prepared, which managed to get onto the record. It had been received well, producing their initial dent in the record charts.