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Lower Plenty

A regional supergroup of kinds, Melbourne’s Lower Lots were formed from many of the area’s more prominent indie rings like Dick Diver, Deaf Wish, Total Control, UV Race, as well as the Focus. Thinking about carrying out something decidedly even more laid-back than their various other projects, associates Daniel Twomey, Jensen Tjhung, Sarah Heyward, and Al Montfort utilized mainly acoustic guitars and unorthodox percussion to try out their unique make of loose suburban indie folk. Their cassette-only debut, Mean, made an appearance this year 2010 as well as the band’s popularity silently grew throughout Melbourne indie circles and beyond. Furthering their spontaneous lo-fi visual, Lower Plenty documented their second recording on the reel-to-reel tape machine at Tjhung’s home in only one consider. Released in 2012 by Melbourne indie Unique Award Information, Hard Rubbish was well received, topping many year-end critics’ polls. Decrease Plenty’s third recording, Life/Thrills, made an appearance in 2014, finding a even more widespread launch and growing the band’s group of fans internationally. The quartet remained busy with additional projects, but got collectively to record their 4th album inside a suburban kitchen. Released with a group of Bedroom Suck as well as the Omnian GROUP, the typically restrained and personal Sister Sister was released in past due 2016.

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