As far as new, weird Australian music goes, Canberra is fast establishing itself as 2010’s most interesting city – Stu Buchanan talks to one of its emerging artists, DANGER BEACH. Leaving behind the lo-fi punk noise of his ASSASSINS 88 project, DANGER BEACH explores the ground between noise and pop, attempting to “write songs that your girlfriend would listen to”. As well as chatting about his upcoming gigs and releases, DANGER BEACH plays four live tracks in the studio: ‘Lakes’ (featuring TV Colours on guest vocals), an Elvis cover ‘Blue Moon’, ‘Apollo’ and ‘Safe Home’.

Published 2 July 2010

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