SubAudible Hum

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SubAudible Hum
Origin Melbourne, Australia
Genres Indie rock progressive rock
Years active 1999-Present
Labels Low Transit Industries
Website [1]
Members Daniel Griffith
Ryan Nelson
Zane Lynd
Nick Van Cuylenburg
Joel Griffith
Past members Simon Edwards

SubAudible Hum are an indie rock band based in Melbourne, Australia. Often compared to Radiohead[1][2][3] they are active on the live circuit,[4] particularly in their home town, they have released three albums, one of which was nominated for the J Award; In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow.[1] and have received national airplay on Triple J.[5][6][7]

History[edit]

Front man Daniel Griffith moved from Brisbane to Melbourne[1] in 1999. Starting as an idea in 1999[3][8] he started put together a band called SubAudible Hum. The line-up consolidated around 2003[1][8] and in 2005 saw the release of their debut album; Everything You Heard Is True.[2] Quickly following was their second album; In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow,[9] which was met with critical acclaim.[1] Tall Stories, their third album, was released in 2009.[5]

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Cahill, Mikey (22 November 2007), "hum-dingers", Herald Sun 
  2. ^ a b Munro, Kelsey (19 May 2006), "Ok protester", Sydney Morning Herald 
  3. ^ a b Power, Emily (13 October 2005), "Sound of the times", MX (Australia) 
  4. ^ Hohenboken, Angus (1 March 2007), "Hobart to hear the Hum", Hobart Mercury 
  5. ^ a b Mathieson, Craig (20 November 2009), "Complexity theory", Herald Sun 
  6. ^ "Going bump in the night", Hobart Mercury, 15 November 2007 
  7. ^ Cahill, Mikey (3 December 2009), "humming along", Herald Sun 
  8. ^ a b "Hum getting louder", News Review Messenger, 7 December 2005 
  9. ^ O'Donohue, Shane (19 October 2006), "hum's the word", Herald Sun 

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