Slacker pop normally leaves me indifferent but these Brisbaneites have a swagger that makes them stand out from the pack.
Popular opinion is that powerpop is meant to be as easily consumed (most of it, anyway) as disposed of soon after. Bugger that.
What's not to like about this debut EP from Sydney's best new "old" band? Members of The Pyramidiacs, the New Christs, The Scruffs, The Lemonheads, The Eastern Dark, Barbarellas and Orange Humble Band assembled in 2012?
The sisterhood doesn’t pay onetime enfant terribles the Hard-Ons much attention these days, so maybe unabashed blokey blokes The Vee Bees will raise their collective hackles.
This marriage of the Kings of Aussie Grog Rock fits like a proctologist’s finger in your bum. The Vee Bees serve up four high-speed hammerings of dubious lyrical content like “Never Miss The Bowl”, while The Meatbeaters come up with two slabs of particular intensity characterised by stinging guitar.