The Bonniwells | Unprofitable Servant

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Unprofitable Servant

by The Bonniwells

Channeling the punk ethic of yesteryear and Combining a marriage of super-cool garage, hyperactive surf guitar, gymnastic mod out-takes, swampy badass, and garage explosions
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. I Don't Need You Know More
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2. Bad Seeds
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3. Hey
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4. Louie Lou-aah
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5. Cracked Hands
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6. Soda Pressing
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7. We're Pretty Sick
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8. Predictable Piece of Shit
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Album Notes
Channeling the punk ethic of yesteryear and combining a marriage of super-cool garage, hyperactive surf guitar, gymnastic mod out-takes, swampy badass, and garage explosions comes the debut CD Unprofitable Servant by Melbourne (Australia) trio The Bonniwells, due for release in late November, 2010 on Z-Man Records.
Unprofitable Servant is reminiscent of dropping a coin in an interpretive 60s psych-garage jukebox….their music comes at you like a king wave of jangled guitars, screams and howls, and a driving rhythmic drum beat. The band features members of The Frowning Clouds, Bleach and Last Gypsys. The Bonniwells is what happens when you combine three rascals muddling about in their garages, coupled with a box of matches and steady diet of The Cramps, The Sonics, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Lips, Daniel Johnson, The Monks, and Thee Oh Sees. They produce sounds that are guaranteed to crack your finest china with their libidinous howls. Whilst gnawing on the bones of yesterday, and consisting of Marck Dean (vocals/guitar), John Waddell (bass) and Zac Olsen (drums), The Bonniwells manage to somehow produce a fresh take on the past, whilst creating an in-sound of now with their musical collaborations.

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