Australian alt-punk outfit dust release collage-like and sonically diverse debut EP, ‘et cetera, etc‘.
The EP was recorded in its entirety on guitarist-saxophonist Adam Ridgway’s family farm in Edwardsville, together with guitarist-vocalists Gabriel Stove and Justin Teale, bassist Liam Smith and drummer Kye Cherry. dust said the experience ‘cemented their friendship’.
dust said about their release: “‘et cetera, etc‘ as a title is to show all the different angles and styles we take on writing music while still sounding like us. Recording and living in the farmhouse all together made us comfortable and uninterrupted. We’d play Twin Peaks cuts and Blade Runner scenes projected on the walls, contributing to the mood in the overall recording.”
“Don’t idolise me, idolise you”, Gabriel sings on ‘Joy (Guilt)‘, a high-energy punk track full of shouty lyrics and distorted guitars. ‘Ward 52‘ is heavy on the drums and features a chorus that has potential to stay stuck in the listener’s head for days.
‘et cetera, etc‘ is collage-like with every track showcasing a different facet of the group’s complex sound. But they all have one thing in common: they make the listener want to immediately book a show and mosh to them.
Listen to ‘et cetera, etc’ here:
Catch dust at the following:
Green Door Store, Brighton – 1st April
Muziekodroom Club, Hasselt – 3rd April
Rotown, Rotterdam – 4th April
Muziekgieterij, Maastricht – 5th April
Paradiso, Amsterdam – 6th April
Molotow, Hamburg – 7th April
Badehaus, Berlin – 8th April
Rock Cafe, Prague – 10th April
Ampere, Munich – 13th April
Yard Club, Cologne – 14th April
Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes – 17th April
Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – 18th April
Yellow Arch, Sheffield – 19th April
Cluny 2, Newcastle – 20th April
King Tuts, Glasgow – 21st April
Band On The Wall, Manchester – 22nd April
Bodega, Nottingham – 24th April
Voodoo Daddy’s, Norwich – 25th April
Joiners, Southampton – 26th April
The Fleece, Bristol – 27th April
Lafayette, London – 28th April
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