Transistors a big deal at BIGSOUND
Christchurchs' own Transistors have made a great impression on the Australian industry last weekend, when they played the BIGSOUND music conference in Brisbane.
They were joined by Eden Mulholland, Tom Lark, Cairo Knife Fight and Sola Rosa, who all played showcases over the weekend, but It was definitley The Transistors who had the industry talking.
Here's what some of themusic.com.au's editors and contributors had to say about the band and where they ranked in their top 5 of the weekend...
1. Transistors: For the second year in a row NZ's Arch Hill Recordings supply the BIGSOUND best. Hopefully it won't take the world as long to recognise Arch Hill as it did fellow NZ label Flying Nun.
2. Transistors: An incredibly pleasing new discovery for me at this year's BIGSOUND, these indie-garage guys are fun, loud and full of life. Really looking forward to seeing them do more over here, you'd like to think there'd be an audience for them.
2. Transistors: This Kiwi three-piece were another band that delivered a knock-out Bakery Lane set, which they followed with a sweaty show in the tiny Ric’s last night. We want a co-headline Oz tour with their good mates and compatriots Street Chant stat!