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Group Members: James Roberson (vocals and guitar), Eadie Newman (lead guitar), Jonathan Corcoran (drums)
Where did your band name come from?
The name is a pun on the former DVD rental store. RIP.
Describe your sound.
Emo / Shoegaze.
Who are your influences, musical or otherwise?
We take influences from artists including American Football, King Krule, Explosions in the Sky, Cloud Nothings, Arrows, Sufjan Stevens, Smashing Pumpkins, Slowdive and My Bloody Valentine.
What’s the most memorable experience you’ve had while performing?
We played a show to a crowd consisting mostly of the next band’s mums. The other band wasn’t even there. They were proud.
Of what are you proudest of so far?
What are your plans for the future?
We are currently recording our first EP, which we are hoping to release in the coming months.
What makes you laugh?
Truth or Dare.
What pisses you off?
People ragging on Canberra.
What about the Canberra scene would you change?
More crossover between different genres at shows.
What are your upcoming gigs?
To be announced, check our Facebook.