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The Dirty Secrets

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biography
The Dirty Secrets are from a long line of great Australian rock bands that begins with the Birthday Party and the Hoodoo Gurus and encompasses seminal misfits like the Triffids and perennial outsiders like the Go Betweens. Of course, that’s not to say that the Dirty Secrets (like, say, the Triffids) are the most Australian of bands or even the least Australian of bands; it’s just that one suspects them of harboring European aesthetic tendencies. And this is no bad thing: for anyone who associates Australia with Kylie Minogue and bands who sing about vegemite sandwiches, there has to be another way.
The Dirty Secrets are Jarrah McCleary (keyboards/vocals, Woody Taylor (drums), Warren Page (bass/vocals) and Mike Sanders (guitars) and their self-titled debut album is set to blow your mind apart. Produced by the band and Alan Brey (Dakota Star, Lumis) and recorded and mixed by Nick Terry (Klaxons, Libertines, Ian Brown, Franz Ferdinand), the Dirty Secrets might not have an outlook unique to their side of the planet but they certainly have a sound uncommon to their place in the world. Packing the angst of an Editors and the frenetic energy of a Killers, the Dir... (+) expand
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