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The Murlocs

Calm Ya Farm

    The Murlocs had visions of creating a quintessential country-rock record when they begin recording their 7th LP - a collection of sublimely mellowed-out songs inspired by iconic albums like "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" and "Exile on Main St" - but the record soon took on its own unruly character. Spiked with The Murlocs’ signature breed of sharply crafted garage-punk "Calm Ya Farm" twists country-rock convention into a free-flowing album fully in touch with the frenetic energy of modern life. 


    1. Initiative
    2. Common Sense Civilian
    3. Russian Roulette
    4. Superstitious Insights
    5. Centennial Perspective
    6. Queen Pinky
    7. Undone And Unashamed
    8. Captain Cotton Mouth
    9. Catfish
    10. Smithereens
    11. Forbidden Toad
    12. Aletophyte

    The Murlocs


      Hailing from Melbourne, 60’s tinged psych-rock punks The Murlocs  announce their brand new studio album, Rapscallion. Strapped with fuzzy guitar licks, feverish bass and psychedelic brightness, the 12-track collection is a coming-of-age novel in an album form. The wildly squalid odyssey populated by an outrageous cast of misfit characters — teenage vagabonds and small-time criminals, junkyard dwellers and truck-stop transients — is partly inspired by frontman Ambrose Kenny-Smith’s own adolescence as a nomadic skate kid. Their most magnificently heavy work yet, the result is an endlessly enthralling album equally steeped in danger and delirium and the wide-eyed romanticism of youth.


      1. Subsidiary
      2. Bellarine Ballerina
      3. Living Under A Rock
      4. Bobbing And Weaving
      5. Farewell To Clemency
      6. Compos Mentis
      7. The Royal Vagabond
      8. Virgin Criminal
      9. Bowlegged Beautiful
      10. Wickr Man
      11. The Ballad Of Peggy Mae
      12. Growing Pains

      The Murlocs

      Bittersweet Demons

        On their new studio album, The Murlocs share a collection of songs reflecting on the people who leave a profound imprint on our lives, the saviors and hellraisers and assorted other mystifying characters. The Murlocs (whose lineup includes two members of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard) recorded at Button Pushers Studio in Melbourne, Australia - dreaming up a prismatic sound that pinballs from sunshine-pop to blues-punk to wide-eyed psychedelia. What emerges from these 11 infectious tracks is their most personal and boldly confident work yet.


        1 Francesca
        2 Dangerous Nature
        3 Bittersweet Demons
        4 Eating At You
        5 Illuminate The Shade
        6 No Self Control
        7 Skyrocket
        8 Skewiff
        9 Limerence
        10 Blue Eyed Runner
        11 Misinterpreted

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