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Beautifully matured like a fine wine

The Fauves were never mainstream in regards to their sound but they were hardly left o'centre either. Their latest albums shows a band not only at their songwriting peak but a band that has grown together and followed their heart and soul rather than their wallets (not looking at you U2). A rarity in todays show pony world I'm sure you'd agree. The MOST underrated Aussie band, ever. Period. Well worth a listen. Fans will not be dissapointed.

An Open Letter of Apology to The Fauves

I’m not sure where I was when this album came out. Then again I’m not sure where I was when a lot of the past Fauves albums have come out. Living my sell out life as a sad suburban dad I guess. No matter. I made my choices just like Coxy and the boys. There’s was the uncompromising yet meagre existence of long-suffering misunderstood artisans of finely crafted indie music. All they asked was that their patrons, their fans, their small yet faithful community of like-minded… well, consumers, if that’s not too grubby a word, did the one thing they had to - buy their records.
In this small task, I failed you Fauves and for that I am sorry. It was only when I was putting a Fauves playlist together (yes an iTunes playlist - sacrilege I know) that I realised how many albums I’d missed when life and kids got in the way. I will endeavour to make it up by purchasing your back catalogue, starting with this fine document of slightly sardonic, mostly melancholic, unpretentious, intelligent, 'we’re all adults here' rock.

Listening to a Fauves album is like catching up with an old friend, not someone you once knew but have outgrown, I’m talking a true mate that once you crack that first beer with and make that first highly offensive and grossly inappropriate innuendo, you feel like you’ve never been apart from. It feels like coming home and you wonder why you don’t catch up more often. By the end of the night you’re planning holidays together and convincing each other to kick on, (we can always cab it home) Anyway… I’m sorry it took me so long, Fauves. We should definitely do this more often. Good times. Five stars.

The Great Aussie Survivors Deliver

They may have had there moment in the sun some time ago, but The Fauves continue to deliver. No fillers on this baby.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The Fauves are one of Australia's most underrated bands, playing their own brand of guitar pop featuring wry, humorous lyrics, much in the style of fellow Australian band TISM, but infinitely more subtle. The Fauves formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1988, and comprised of four school friends: Andrew Dyer, Adam Newey, Andrew Cox and Phil Leonard. They took their name from the short-lived art movement in the early 1900s (fauve" being the French word for "wild animal"). In 1989, they released their...
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When Good Times Go Good, The Fauves
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 06 September 2008

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