And man, this new one, ‘The Haunted’ takes everything they did, polishes it up and adds even more of a punch than their earlier material. Equally as excellent is the fact that those staccato stabs that frequent the whole thing act as the momentum. The drums are great and everything, but the way those stabs sit in the mix, they sit at the front, propelling everything else towards that jam out final minute and a bit.
This is the track that I think will finally get these boys the coverage and love that they deserve!
These gents are killer, and so is this new single. Northeast Party House have had a fair bit of coverage over the past couple of years with a bit of Triple J play as well as a small reputation as a killer live band.
New single, ‘Pascal Cavalier’ is a bit of a moody indie dance thing – can hear elements of both City Calm Down and World’s End Press in there too. Always a good thing! I especially love the build ups that are part of this track – something these boys do really nicely. And then when that big chorus hits, it just kills.
You can catch Northeast Party House on an East Coast tour as they launch the newy. Make sure you check ’em out. You
definitely won’t be sorry will be dead inside if you miss out. Details here.
These boys are great. Saw them support the ever awesome City Calm Down (who were incredibly amazing) on Saturday night at The Toff. Was unsure at first, but then got hooked.
The name is Northeast Party House…and, well, they started in a party house in the north eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Pretty cool little story about how exactly these gents started, get some more of it over at their Unearthed profile.
Below are two tracks. All good. Aggressive Party Dance. New genre. These boys fit it to a tee. Now that I know the name, I see their name on just about every gig poster around Melbourne. These guys are crazy live too. 6 of them cramped onto the small stage that is The Toff was a bit of fun to see and yeah, they go a little nuts.