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By the end of the set the band had easily won over all the hungover, beaten bodies’ acclaim and owned Brisbane on this Sunday night.
"The racism was very direct: my dad had a PhD in economics and he couldn’t get a job."
Another fine batch of slightly off-kilter but otherwise pristine rock’n’roll from one of the best guitar-slingers around.
Rick Froberg of Brooklyn garage exponents Obits tells Steve Bell to throw away the blueprint and live by the seat of your pants, and that it don’t matter what you look like when concocting kick-ass rock’n’roll.
“We’re not that promotion-oriented, we don’t go out on tour to promote ourselves, we go out on tour to have some fun and take advantage of it... We do this because we want to and because it’s fun."
Rick Froberg's post-Drive Like Jehu/Hot Snakes outfit finally visit.