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Hailing from Fremantle in Western Australia, DATURA4 is the brainchild of Dom Mariani (frontman of legendary Australian garage rockers The Stems and Power Pop favourites DM3) and Greg Hitchcock (former You Am I and one-time New Christs’ guitarist). In 2011 they joined forces combining a shared passion for full-tilt boogie, psychedelic rock and progressive blues.
Along with drummer Warren Hall who previously played with The Drones and bass player Stu Loasby DATURA4 have been steadily building a reputation in their hometown with their live performances. With a healthy nod to Early 70’s Australian Psych/Blues/Boogie from the likes of Buffalo, Coloured Balls, The Aztecs and latter era Masters Apprentices, Demon Blues represents Mariani & Hitchcock’s love of hard hitting bell-bottom blues. As psyched-out, louder-than-Sabbath blues goes, this record is out there on its own. - The BLUES Magazine 8/10 review Demon Blues” is very 70s rock. There’s also a deftness and pop sensibility in the undertow. It’s a happy marriage of the hard-edged and the hooky. I-94 BAR 4.5/5 review
Their sound is very much vintage, but for some modern references I can thrown in Swedish acts such as The Nomads and the ace Sewergrooves. If those names mean sh*t to ya, then "Demon Blues" is pretty much satisfaction guaranteed. VIVE LE ROCK 9/10 review
The LP and the CD have different versions of the cover designed by Joshua Marc Levy/Asheville Art Family (Black Crowes, Grateful Dead, Buffalo Killers).
The CD includes 3 songs not on the LP.
1. Out With The Tide
2. You Aint No Friend Of Mine
3. Another Planet
4. Journey Home
5. Demon Blues
6. Pissin' Up The Wall
7. Gravedigger Man
8. Love To Burn
9. Kill Joy (CD only)
10. Hoonsville (CD only)
11. If Seven Was Eleven (CD exclusive - not available on digital)
* WE ARE OFTEN ASKED ... " WHY OH WHY DO YOU BASTARDS NOT HAVE A DOWNLOAD COUPON???" It's a sad stories kids, we can track the usage and it turns out that we're paying $20 per download, only about 20 are used per 500 coupons! We'd rather give you the cds for a nice lo price and give the money to our hardworking bands.