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Zlato Baby
  • Artist: The Gonzo Show
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479531866
  • Item #: SRD953186
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 9/25/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Zlato Baby on CD

The Gonzo Show are an indie rock band from Brisbane, Australia. Having formed in early 2006 the band has been establishing themselves in the Brisbane indie scene. The Gonzo's sound is best summed up by a local Brisbane venue the Hangar as "combining the best elements of the early nineties American indie scene with the hazy wash of 60s revival bands". Following their first "split screen" ep recorded by the Nowak brothers at home (only 75 copies were printed), their first "official" release was their "zlato baby" ep released independently in August 2007. The record is stylistically diversified received positive reviews... Dreamy electro guitar noise, deliciously delicate but prominent bass-lines, a steady, driving rhythm section and a vocalist whose melodies scream 'sing with me!" (Rave Magazine review) and received steady roatation on the local indie radio. The Gonzo's are described as laid back, very organic, and they don't bounce around like indie kids or post-punk sops, so much as rumble around with an arresting groove. "Songs like Steve Shelley, with it's wickedly searing guitar solos, loping bass line and drawled vocals are charming exercises in mind-expansion, while the simmering twisted guitar lines and cascading, dippy refrain of 'Red Cherry Stains' explore a fantastic realm between stoner-genius and hipster-irony." (Time off live Zoo review). The Gonzo's are not far from putting the finishing touches to their new record 'all in good time', to be followed by some local Brisbane and Australian shows.