Newcastle, Australia post-punk quintet dust is fast cementing their status as one of the country’s most singular and essential bands. Urgent, mesmeric, and arresting both on and off the stage, the collective has wasted no time in ensuring that their music and message reaches as far as it possibly can.Now, dust are set to officially make their indelible mark upon the worldwide music scene by way of their debut et cetera, etc. Produced by Wade Keighran (Hockey Dad, Polish Club, Wolf & Cub) the eight-track EP is a culmination of dust not just as people, but as resonant artists. Leaning heavily on themes of mortality, family, and social commentary, et cetera, etc arrives not just as an accomplished debut, but a vital addition to local music as a whole.Offering a contemporary take on Australian post-punk, along with elements of experimental jazz and electronic music, dust have curated a sound that is as dark, introspective, and angular as it is powerful and progressive. Together, they’re set to provide Australian music with the sort of powerful jolt that will reverberate for years to come.
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