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The Brightside is the place to be for the next seven days
"the slower title track recalls melodramatic stylings of worn-out mainstream acts such as Maroon 5"
"We’re not trying to make dance pop music but we are trying to make stuff that people will like live, it’s not like serious musicians sitting in the corner stroking our moustaches thinking that we can reinvent the wheel."
“Yeah, we’ve definitely had a lot of backlash. At first, I took it really personally... But, then I saw a video of Dave Grohl doing some joke, and somebody was writing him off."
There’s either the triple j route or the commercial radio route. Either you have to be super commercial, where you don’t have any kind of almost artistic [laughs] kind of sound
Rock for the masses.
Gold Coast's Nine Sons Of Dan have slowly been building their name in the Australian music scene, and now with some big support slots under their belt (The Darkness/Simple Plan) the group plan to use the release of their second EP 'The New Kids,' which was mixed by J.R. McNeally (Anberlin/Paramore), as the introduction to a much wider audience. KYS had a chat to front man Jay Bainbridge about how the band plans to climb the music industry ladder.