jangle webLegendary guitar-pop trio DM3 are set to tour Australia in April following a renewed interest in the band on iTunes and on vinyl.

DM3’s “Monsters of Jangle” Tour will be a rare chance for fans of the WA-based, internationally revered power-pop outfit too see them perform live in limited venues around Perth, Melbourne and Sydney ahead of a trip to Japan.

“Monsters of Jangle” will showcase DM3’s ‘Best of’ vinyl release “One Time Two Times Three Times More”, a collection of explosive highlights from their five albums released on the respected Sydney based independent label Citadel Records from 1993-2002.

Formed in 1992 by The Stems’ founder songwriter Dom Mariani, the original line-up of DM3 includes Summer Suns’ drummer Pascal Barlolone and Someloves’ bassist Toni Italiano.  Together they are revered worldwide for an explosive sound that fuses melodic pop hooks, cool vocals and high energy rock’n’roll guitar.

DM3’s first two albums “One Time Two Times Three Times Red Light” (1993) and “Road to Rome” (1996) were produced by the legendary Mitch Easter (REM, Pavement, Velvet Crush) and lauded by critics and fans alike as two of the world’s best in power pop genre.

Album number-three “Rippled Soul” (1998) put Mariani’s unrivalled skill as a songwriter front and centre and won legions more fans at home and in Europe and the USA.

The renewed popularity of DM3 has seen their first three albums reissued on iTunes along with the brilliant new “Live in Denmark – the Roskilde Festival”, a previously unreleased recording of DM3’s explosive performance at one of the world’s iconic rock festivals. In response to demand a “Best of” vinyl only has been released on Citadel Records.

Strictly limited tickets for DM3’s “Monsters of Jangle” Tour go on sale Friday Feb 13 through Oztix and venue websites. 

DM3 Monsters of Jangle Tour
18 – Mojos,  North Fremantle, WA + A Month of Sundays + The Stanleys
23 - Lu-Wow, Melbourne VIC + The Solicitors
24 - The Tote, Melbourne VIC + The Stoneage Hearts + Ashley Naylor + Little Murders
25 - Petersham Bowling Club, Sydney NSW + Loose Pills + The Stoneage Hearts + Michael Carpenter
26 - Heritage Hotel Bulli NSW + Carrie Phillis and the Downtown 3 + The Cattle-ists