|Auckland-based outfit started their time at the end of the eighties with a post shoegazey British sound.|
The band featured:
Tosh Graham - Vocals
Rob Young - Bass
Deryck Hunt - Drums
Gareth Price - Guitar
The band have stuck pretty strongly together and developed their sound progressively over the years.
They self-released a cassette in 1994 and went on to release
a couple of singles with a proper label, moving through
the heavy guitar thang.
The band changed their name to Propeller and added a second
guitarist to the line-up, making their sound a much
more solid and melody-driven affair. Their sound as of
the end of 1998 was focussed powered pop. Quite good actually.
They have recently self released a 12 track EP of out-takes
from their recent recordings. The band have quite a few
recording sessions of their material throughout their
have never seen the light of day, some of them lost classics.
The track "Happy Day" their contribution to the Good
Things album was probably the band at their more poppy, there
is a dark overtone to their melodic sound, an often appealing
|SEMI LEMON KOLA RECORDINGS
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