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NUMBER STATION


A blast from the past

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By Charliedavid Page, 26th November 2014
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NUMBER STATION

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A BLAST FROM THE PAST

BAND: NUMBER STATION
MEMBERS: CHRIS ANDREWS - VOCALS, KEYBOARD
MARCUS SMITH - GUITAR
TOM BEARDSWORTH - GUITAR, KEYBOARD
JESSE BURCHAT - BASS
DAVID AMPHLETT - DRUMS
FORMED: 2006
FROM: MELBOURNE
SOUND: INDIE ROCK
WEBSITE: WWW.NUMBERSTATION.COM.AU
FACEBOOK: NUMBERSTATION
TWITTER: @NMBRSTN
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By Charliedavid Page, 26th November 2014
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Number Station - Back Seat EP
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Number Station first hit my radar a few years ago, with their EP 'Everything Will Change'. At the time, the band's focus lay toward the pop-rock genre. Having had the chance to take in their new EP 'Back Seat', their work is as polished as ever, and yet one thing is perfectly clear - their new music is an unapologetic ode to the 80s.

If for no other reason, check out this EP for the opening track 'The Money'; it's an addictive and transfixing tune. Singer Chris Andrews' vocals float tenderly over determined synth keys and an electrifying guitar riff. It also extrudes a compelling groove that promises to take you on a vivid journey.

NUMBER STATION - THE MONEY (AUDIO)

The rest of the album is an intense, tightly packed offering. 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' delivers a laid-back beat with an unrelenting bassline. 'Our Friends' is a catchy song with a reverb-laiden chorus, embracing 80s power pop (in the best way possible).

Inarguably, this is an audacious venture for Number Station. Don't let the 80s sounds fool you; this is still the same tight tunes and sharp songwriting I first heard from the band. If you get the chance, check out their live (and free) show at the St Kilda Bowls Club on the 14th December; after all, what's old is new again.

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