George Bush Undoes the Wires

Sydney band, The Mumps (featuring Tina Havelock, who has played with Australian underground legends, Crow & Plug Uglies and long time engineer for The Necks, Liberty Kerr), have been blowing my mind these past couple of days, ever since I discovered their debut EP, I Wish I Was You. They describe the EP as a collection of ‘post rock transcendental power tunes,’ and their live show, which often features Tina’s super-8 projections, has been getting rave reviews. So if you want a full-on blast of that underground Australian sound, look no further than The Mumps. Here’s their debut clip, Undoes the Wires aka When George Bush Came To Sydney.



Filed under who listens to the radio?

3 responses to “George Bush Undoes the Wires

  1. Thanks Graham. This is a great (and sadly scary) video. I still question why we bothered wasting our attention on Bush when he was obviously a puppet meant to deflect from Cheney who was really calling the shots but knew would never be elected on his own.

  2. That is so cool – the video and the music – the descriptionn ‘post rock transcendental power tunes’ is just right – haha.

  3. Must agree with Gabrielle…the descrpition of the music is perfect.

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