Melbourne-based emo-punk quartet Bukowski have just returned with their latest dignified offering “elevator song” which was produced, mixed, and mastered by Jack Newlyn (Paradise Club, Stuck Out).
The track begins with palliative drums and sedative guitars, while the verses are guided by the melancholic vocals of James “Bassy” Karagiozis. Taking cues from influences Jimmy Eat World and Turnover, the song flows gracefully into a chorus filled with emotion and heart, before a brief repetition allows hypnotic layers of rich instrumentation and elegant harmonies, where the lyrics reflect on a collective mental conflict.
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To any of those still lamenting the loss of live music in this country, I urge you to take a look through our news section of this weeks DigiMag to see all of the shows on offer!
Northern NSW hard rock/metal duo Beast Machine front the cover this week, talking about their upcoming single “Better” and two FNQ shows supporting Frankenbok.
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