Giants of Science

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Giants of Science
Origin Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Genres nerd-rock
Years active 1999 – present
Labels Rhythm ace, plus one records
Associated acts The Gin Club
Website Myspace page
Members Ben Salter (vocals/guitar)
Ben Tuite (guitar/vocals)
Steve Lynagh (drums)
Matt "Tanzie" Tanner (bass)

Giants of Science is a band formed in Brisbane in Queensland. They refer to their music as "nerd-core" and have been influenced by Split Enz Swervedriver, Sparklehorse, Superchunk, Brisbane underground rock legends the KT26ers, and Sonic's Rendezvous Band.[1] They have supported MC5, Rollins Band, A Perfect Circle, and Mudhoney[2] and have toured in Canada.[3][4] Their album Here Is The Punishment debuted at #4 on the national AIR independent albums chart.[5]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Here Is The Punishment (Reverberation/+1 Records)
  • The History of Warfare (Rhythm Ace)
  • Live At The Troubador (+1 Records)

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • I've Tried CD Single
  • Blueprint For Courageous Action EP
  • Sisters EP
  • What’s Wrong With You And Why? EP

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beat #1006 Giants of Science
  2. ^ The Metal Forge Giants of Science: Kick Out The Jams
  3. ^ Rockus Online Magazine Ben Salter (Giants of Science / The Gin Club)
  4. ^ Sauce The Punishment is Already Here, say Giants of Science
  5. ^ Plus One Records About Giants of Science:

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