Sidewinder was a rock band founded in 1991 by brothers Nick and Martin Craft in the Australian capital Canberra. They supported U2 on the Australian leg of their Popmart tour. In the same year. Sidewinder's second album Tangerine received much airplay on Australian radio, most notably on Triple J.
Both Nick and Martin are now signed to 679 Recordings in the UK. Martin released an EP, I Can See It All Tonight, in 2004 and an album, Silver and Fire, in 2006. Nick formed The Zillions. Guitarist-violinist Pip Branson became a touring member of Something for Kate in 2001, and now plays with his own band, The Pip Branson Corporation. Drummer Shane Melder has been playing with David McCormack's band.
- Atlantis - 1995
- Tangerine - 1997
- T Star - 1992
- Yoko Icepick - 1993
- The Gentle Art of Spoonbending - 1994
- "Anything You Want" - 1995
- "Evil Eye" - 1995
- "Not Coming Home" - 1996
- "Titanic Days" - 1997
- "Here She Comes Again" - 1997
- "God" - 1998
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