Artists & Releases matching ‘Coolies’

OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS – Master LP

By   Released September 2010

OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS! Second album by Auckland’s incredible garage punk girl group noise DIY monsters Coolies. A collection of the first four years since they were joined on drums by Stevan Neville, of lo-fi scuzz pop one man band Pumice. Raw, lo-fi, annoying, brilliant, monumental, totally necessary, nothing to do with anything, what u always hoped [...]
($35.00 AUD inc. postage)

Coolies

By   Released September 2010

In the beginning, there was South Auckland’s own the Coolies, three teenage school chums Tina, Sjionel and Melissa playing the kind of racket that might have caused Johnny Rotten himself to spin in his grave, had he actually been dead (might as well have been). Back then in the mid/late nineties, the Coolies’ punk/rock’n'roll/punk was inspired, it [...]

AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMERS – Master LP

By   Released September 2010

AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMERS ONLY! Second album by Auckland’s incredible garage punk girl group noise DIY monsters Coolies. A collection of the first four years since they were joined on drums by Stevan Neville, of lo-fi scuzz pop one man band Pumice. Raw, lo-fi, annoying, brilliant, monumental, totally necessary, nothing to do with anything, what u always [...]
($25.00 AUD inc. postage)

Master CD

By   Released September 2010

OUT NOW! Second album by Auckland’s incredible garage punk girl group noise DIY monsters Coolies. A collection of the first four years since they were joined on drums by Stevan Neville, of lo-fi scuzz pop one man band Pumice. Raw, lo-fi, annoying, brilliant, monumental, totally necessary, nothing to do with anything, what u always hoped would [...]
($15 AUD inc. postage)

New Chapter release by Coolies!

By   Released September 2010

OUT SEPTEMBER 27 on LP and CD – preorders available now! In the beginning, there was South Auckland’s own the Coolies, three teenage school chums Tina, Sjionel and Melissa playing the kind of racket that might have caused Johnny Rotten himself to spin in his grave, had he actually been dead (might as well have been). Back [...]