As the original breeding ground of several of Australia’s fashionistas, art-terrorists, and punks, Melbourne may be the natural home for the band like Dukes of Windsor. These were produced when singer Jack port Weaving teamed up with regional music learners Oscar Dawson on electric guitar and Joe Franklin on bass aswell as re-recruiting associates of his previous music group The Surrogate (in charge of the Gentlemen’s Hardcore EP), Scott Targett on key pad and Cory Blight on drums. After a few months spent writing music in Blight’s bedroom, they started gigging around Melbourne and documenting a debut EP with Swedish hardcore companies Pelle Henricsson and Eskil Lövström. Their initial album, OTHERS, that was released in 2006, received a lift when the name monitor was remixed by dance duo Television Rock and roll. The remix climbed in the graphs and quickly became a summer months preferred. Buoyed by its achievement, the Dukes journeyed to Sweden in 2008 to record their second record, again using the abilities of Henricsson and Lövström.