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In the opening line of “Monsters”, the dense, driving single from alt-rockers Something for Kate’s third album, Paul Dempsey sings in brooding, Eddie Vedder-esque tones about hanging upside down from an overpass. He and his cohorts—bassist Stephanie Ashworth and drummer Clint Hyndman—like playing on the edge. Echolalia finds them stepping up their game and buffing their wiry sound until it gleams—all while maintaining their signature grit and moodiness.

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Formed: 1993 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Something for Kate's confessional post-grunge grandeur has made the group a strong favorite with Australian alternate rock fans. The group's music revolves around the words and emotions of singer/guitarist Paul Dempsey. On stage he stands at the microphone, guitar in hand, carefully dreaming out loud his evocative image-ridden lyrics. Even when the band's atmospheric backings build to their powerful climaxes, you can hear every word. Audiences listen or sing along to the hook-laden melodies, playing...
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