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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

Artist Info

Slag Queens

Slag Queens
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Since picking up their instruments in 2015 and delivering a post-punk jolt to the Tasmanian music scene, former Launceston based band Slag Queens have seen the up and down of the music business.
Led by founding members Lucinda Shannon and Claire Johnston, inter-band conflict saw Tamara Kempton and Dan Kolencik depart at the end of 2018 after the highs of a Mona Foma main stage slot the previous summer.
Moving forward with new members Amber Perez and Wesley Miles, the band are in the process of touring behind the release of You Can't Go Out Like That, their debut album.
Picking up new instruments - Shannon was a classically trained cellist and Johnston a saxophonist - Slag Queens has allowed the members freedom to explore new ground.
Starting out as a weekly jam session between fellow musicians, the band quickly began playing shows both in Tasmania and interstate.
Their original tunes fall somewhere in the post-punk, new-wave territory occupied by bands as diverse as Talking Heads, The B52's and The Slits.

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