Just in today – a new white vinyl repress of Twerps‘ instant classic debut album from 2011!. Aus/NZ customers can get your hands on a copy via all good record stores as of next week, or now via the Chapter webstore.
Overseas customers can get the record via Underwater Peoples.
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Chapterfest 21 is tomorrow night, and here’s a message from Marty Twerps to get you excited!
Wednesday November 20
The Residence, Birrarung Marr
CHAPTERFEST 21 for MELBOURNE MUSIC WEEK
tickets $20+bf from melbourne.vic.gov.au/mmw
7.45 – 8.15 The Ancients
8.30 – 9.00 Darren Sylvester
9.15 – 9.45 The Stevens
10.00 – 10.30 Bushwalking
10.45 – 11.15 Geoffrey O’Connor
11-30 – 12.30 Twerps & Dick [...]
Melbourne’s bittersweet jangle-meisters Twerps team up with Canadian garage-pop crooner Mac Demarco for a couple of truly egalitarian co-headline shows in Melbourne and Sydney in December.
Twerps have charmed their way through the US, Canada, Australia and NZ in recent years, winning fans and releasing much-loved records on labels around the world. They’re heading back into [...]
By twerps Released October 2011
Up til now, a large part of Twerps’ charm has been their rough edges. Recording to hissy four track tape, singing songs about enjoying the “occasional quiet drink” and then throwing up on your friends, the Melbourne pop foursome have released a series of loveably lo-fi vinyl singles and cassettes on labels around the world.
(photo by Angaline Atkins)
Loveable lo-fi foursome Twerps from Melbourne, Australia are heading to the States for their first ever US tour, at the invitation of Austin industry megafest South By Southwest. Their trip also coincides with two new singles released on hip-to-the-minute Stateside labels Olde English Spelling Bee and Underwater Peoples.
As well as Austin, the [...]
By twerps Released October 2009
OFFICIALLY SOLD OUT (EXCEPT DIGITAL SALES)!!
Forming late 2008 around charismatic guitarist/vocalist Marty Frawley (son of much-missed Paul Kelly & the Dots member Maurice Frawley) and bassist Rick Milovanovic, the Twerps have quickly risen to become one of Melbourne’s favourite lo-fi pop bands. They’ve recently scored support slots for the likes of Deerhunter and the Bats, [...]