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Repetitive and fairly one dimensional

I was really pumped for this record, but I couldn't stop feeling disappointed with the product. It is extremely repetitive in its key tracks, even for the genre in which it is in where it is not unusual to find repetition. The melodies, themes and chord structures have all been created before them and really does not offer anything new to listeners who absorb themselves in garage.. Overall an EP length of solid tracks does not make up for the remaining tunes to fill the record.

I wouldn't expect anything else from Gold Coast bogans

These guys got signed by the small jeans they can fit into. Their music is abhorrently generic and just similar enough to a trillion other indie bands that mindless hipsters will buy it in droves. One of the many, many bands the NME have talked up with nothing but hot air. Kids, all you need are skinny jeans, 3 chords and some meaningless but catchy lyrics and you have a strong chance of 'making it'. I say these guys fit into the ting ting's club of bands who suck, but look the way hipsters want bands to look. Like Themselves!! DERP

AMAZING!

Serioulsy the greatest band at the moment!
Can't stop listening to it!

Biography

Formed: 2010 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

As their name suggests, Bleeding Knees Club's high-energy, mischievous garage punk is concerned with skateboarding, roughhousing, and indoor sports. Formed in 2010 in the Gold Coast region of Queensland, Australia, the band is comprised of singer/drummer Alex Wall and guitarist Jordan Malane. The following summer, the duo played the stages of British music festivals the Great Escape and Liverpool Sound City; landed tours with the Vines, Wavves, and Lightspeed Champion; and recruited Matt Woods as...
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