Fresh from exploring the outer reaches of the solar system, Jupiter 5 are crash-landing onto their home planet, bringing the fruits of their voyage in musical form.
In what can only be executed by a group in close quarters for an extended period, the fuzz‐ guitar machine from Sydney will bring their own hybrid brand of rock to the worthy in recorded form for the first time.
The debut single, “H‐Bomb” b/w “Supersonic Hero”, will be released in 7” vinyl form and CD on the I‐94 Bar Records label, also home for rock luminaries Chris “Klondike” Masuak, Mick Medew and the Psychotic Turnbuckles.
Jupiter 5 has delivered a couple of high energy garage rock tunes that both assault the senses and make the listener yearn for days gone by.
Celia Curtis from psycho‐blues‐abilly duo White Knuckle Fever makes a guest appearance on “H‐Bomb” and the other A side is a scorching live staple, “Supersonic Hero”, that loses none of its power in its studio form.
Jupiter 5 are convened from trace elements of The Conspirators, Sheek the Shayk, Thurston Howlers, Psychotic Turnbuckles, 69BC and other fellow travellers who display their musical pedigree with lashings of ‘60s punk snarl and ‘70s rifferama. This a band from the end of the galaxy to beyond the seventh moon... a journey that relies on brute force and grooviness, with an exacting coolness to satisfy the hippest cats.
Welcome your newest interstellar overlords, JUPITER 5.
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supported by 13 fans who also own “Supersonic Hero”
This is the sort of punk album 99% of US acts would give their left nut to put out!! And TR brings an outstanding melodic element and some cracking vocals and lyrics! What a great collection of tunes!!! Get this album up ya, and then pass it on to your gen Z kids, mates!!! Ralph Douglas