Grafton Primary

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Grafton Primary
Origin Sydney, Australia
Genres New wave, synthpop, electronica, electro-noir
Years active 2006–present
Labels Independent
Members Benjamin Garden
Joshua Garden

Grafton Primary is an Australian electro-noir band from Sydney.[1] The band consists of brothers Benjamin and Joshua Garden who attended primary school in Grafton, New South Wales.[1] They select drummers and bass players for live shows.[2] Grafton Primary has independently released an EP, Relativity (2007), and two albums, Eon (2008) and Neo (2013).[3] The group has been picked up by Triple J[4] and has toured widely.[5]

Members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

  • 2008: Eon
  • 2013: Neo

EPs[edit]

  • 2007: Relativity
  • 2008: She Knows It
  • 2008: Relativity: Reinvented
  • 2008: I Can Cook: Remixed
  • 2009: All Stars
  • 2010: The Eagle

Singles[edit]

  • 2008: "She Knows It"
  • 2008: "SOS Hello"
  • 2010: "The Eagle"
  • 2012: "When The Evolution Comes"
  • 2013: "One More Life"

Music Videos[edit]

  • 2007: Relativity
  • 2012: When The Evolution Comes

Relativity EP Track list[edit]

  1. Relativity [4:39]
  2. Change [5:20]
  3. Stuck In My Head [5:16]
  4. I Can Cook [4:01]
  5. In An Hourglass [4:29]
  6. Relativity (Tommy Trash Remix) [7:12]

Total Time: 23:40

Eon Album Track list[edit]

  1. Records For The Righteous [4:40]
  2. We Are The Music [3:50]
  3. Colour [3:36]
  4. All Stars [4:24]
  5. All There Is [2:52]
  6. S.O.S Hello [4:08]
  7. Telling Lies [4:46]
  8. Left Of Nowhere (instrumental) [4:15]
  9. Hold Her [4:41]
  10. She Knows It [3:26]
  11. Heart In Space [3:30]
  12. The Garden [4:30]
  13. Dimension Of Tears [3:58]

Total Time: 52:37

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Electro noir storytellers" by Kylie Northover, The Age (5 September 2008)
  2. ^ Grafton Primary – Eon at FasterLouder
  3. ^ "Grafton brings back the '80s" by Polly Coufos, Perth Now (15 October 2008
  4. ^ "Relativity in Motion", Perth Now (1 April 2008)
  5. ^ "Grafton Primary" by George Palathingal, The Sydney Morning Herald (22 May 2009)

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