(PB059) The Bon Scotts: Oddernity

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The Bon Scotts are not an AC/DC cover band.

Melbourne ensembles debut release “Oddernity,” is an instrumentally charismatic blend of found sounds, home-made instruments and traditional folk.

The infectious toe-tapping rhythms and unique instrumentation are led by Zimmerman’s cheeky and observant song writing, filled with an often brilliant, if not quirky passion for word play.

The Bon Scotts profound delicacy and playful cynicism certainly ascribes to “what it means to be young and loads of fun” – Neon Hearts.

‘Crackling imagery...youthful, unfiltered charm’ – Mess & Noise

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released January 1, 2000

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Popboomerang Australia

Australian music label founded by Scott Thurling and releasing its first CD in 2002 with over 80 recordings to date.

Specialising in melodic pop, jangle, folk and rock and predominantly working with Australian bands with the aim to building their careers locally & internationally.

Artists include Skipping Girl Vinegar, Georgia Fields, The Aerial Maps, Celadore, Bon Scotts, Tamas Wells & Tim Reid
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