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‘No Ordinary’ – A New Single by Bryan Estepa

September 21, 2018

Clementine

Bryan Estepa is an Australian Singer-songwriter (born in the Philippines) who has been part of the Australian independent music scene for over 20 years. Estepa has released 5 critically acclaimed studio albums and undertaken several successful tours through Australia, Europe, USA and The Philippines. Bryan has once been labeled one of ‘Sydney’s best kept secrets’ and continues to create and release music through Lilystars.

Bryan Estepa is still making music after 20 years.

‘No Ordinary’ is Estepa’s brand new single which features his long time band members Dave Hatt (Guitars), Brian Crouch (Keys), Dave Keys (Bass) and Russell Crawford (Drums). A true slice of classic guitar pop in the same melodic world of Cheap Trick, The Cars & early Beatles.

Single Cover Art by Talk.Ink

Listen to ‘NO ORDINARY’ on SPOTIFY / Buy on iTunes | Bandcamp

Single Release Tour
21st September – Marrickville Bowling Club, MARRICKVILLE
5th October – Factory Floor, ENMORE
6th October – The Reverence Hotel, FOOTSCRAY

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The Camerawalls Are Back With A New Single, “Boys in the Backroom”

March 3, 2017

Christine Mazur

boys-in-the-backroom-the-camerawalls-cover-art

Cover Art by Mark Villanueva

Put on the headphones. Turn up the volume. Hit ‘play’ and close your eyes. Let the groove fill your head. A little scrappy, a little edgy, and a whole lot of attitude. The Camerawalls are back with a new single, “Boys in the Backroom.”

The Camerawalls 2017

Photo by Angelo Maniquis

When last we heard from these boys, they had embarked in the direction of lush, beautiful harmonies and visions of love in exotic lands with “Wanderlust” released in August of 2012. Lead singer Clem Castro’s vocals remain perfect, pure and precise as they were back then, but this time, there’s a no-nonsense mature coolness to his delivery that goes deeper than his shades and his rock-solid rhythm guitar. With a wickedly delightful descending chromatic chord progression, Castro’s guitar matches bassist Law Santiago’s hard-hitting foundation while new Camerawalls addition (but old high-school band mate to Castro who also played bass on his solo Dragonfly Collector album, “The World is Your Oyster”) Venj Gatmaitan’s wah-sounding guitar fills wanders unapologetically all over the riff. An electric organ completes the sound of the ‘60s on top of Bach Rudica’s crisp, creative drumming – The Stone Roses, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, Steppenwolf – it’s the leather pants-wearing, motorcycle diaries, magic carpet ride side of those butterfly-collar-filled flower child years. Gone are the twee peg-legged hipster Camerawalls. This new sound is big baggy blues and full of business. Catch and count all the literary references you can just for fun, and linger over the lyrics and the sly mysteries they hide.



BUY THE DIGITAL SINGLE: iTunes | Lilystars Shop

 

Listeners can expect to hear more from The Camerawalls along this vein (think The Stone Roses or The Charlatans) as they prepare to release a new album before the end of 2017.

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