Australian Rockers, Slow Turismo, Just Want To Keep In Touch

Daniel Walding

In February, a guy named Louis sent an email to me about a group of Australian musicians called Slow Turismo, wanting me to listen to a song they are selling online called, “Corners”. According to the email in front of me, the band influenced by the likes of Broken Bells, Bombay Bicycle Club and LCD Soundsystem is made up of three brothers and at the time of delivery on this email, the brothers were together for a little over a year. Then, Louis shared that they’d garnered national and international radio play.

“That’s really exciting”, I thought. Anyone with working ears can hear why. Had I listened to “Corners” two months ago, I’m sure I would feel the same way I do now. It’s really cool to know that musicians — Indie Rock musicians especially — from down under know about GrungeCake.

In conclusion, I just listened to the single, for the first time, less than five minutes ago and I’m on play number five. ‘think you can “out listen” me?

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Written by Richardine Bartee

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