New York Times Call Bleeding Knees Club 'Bratty Whiners'

14 April 2012 | 12:55 pm | Scott Fitzsimons

The influential New York newspaper call their new album "raggedy and satisfying".

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Young Queesland garage-surf-punk band Bleeding Knees Club have had their debut album Nothing To Do previewed on the New York TImes' website, in which they sing the praises of their "elemental attitudes and poses".

Describing them as bratts, and singer/drummer Alex Wall's style as whining, they write that despite coming a couple of years after the low-fi wave the album stands as a highlight of the genre.

Other locals to be featured by the influential New York Times this year include Gotye, Grace Woodroofe and Oren Ambarchi.

You can watch Bleeding Knees Club's acoustic performance as part of theMusic Sessions.

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