Although focus on the Dissociatives’ self-titled debut didn’t commence until 2003, the band’s two core members — Australian producer Paul Mac and Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns — been employed by jointly since 1997, when Mac was enlisted to remix a song from Silverchair’s Freak Show. An innovative friendship formed between your two music artists, and Mac continuing to utilize Silverchair by adding keyboards to following albums Neon Ballroom and Diorama. An experimental task titled I CANNOT Believe IT ISN’T Rock and roll! gave Johns and Macintosh the chance to collaborate beyond the Silverchair moniker, nonetheless it wasn’t until Silverchair embarked on an indefinite hiatus in 2003 that Johns transformed his full focus on the partnership that could soon end up being the Dissociatives. Embracing a quirky mixture of consumer electronics and pop melodies, the duo convened in London to record simple tracks because of its self-produced debut before completing the procedure in Australia. The Dissociatives’ eponymous record premiered to much expectation in springtime 2004, eventually heading gold on the effectiveness of the leadoff one, “Someplace Down the Barrel.” After completing a restricted tour, Johns reconvened along with his Silverchair bandmates for the band’s 5th release, Young Contemporary. Mac temporarily joined up with the band’s lineup being a touring keyboardist, departing the Dissociatives’ destiny undecided but still carrying on his musical reference to Johns.
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