With generous comparisons to Tame Impala, Of Montreal and Animal Collective by Indie Shuffle, and praise and airplay from Triple J’s Rosie Beaton, Sydney shoe-gaze outfit Cull are ripe for the pickin’.
Born out of a mutual love of “all things sweet and nice”, the Cull boys have their creative credentials sorted. Chumpy Ly, front man to Sydney’s Polar Knights, oh and also Spit Press Magazine co-founder and Fuzzy Touring graphic designer, has teamed up with Man About Town/photographer/social media know-it-all Alex Watts (synth for Chance Waters). Their focus is on home-produced, shoe gaze-psych-dream pop that seems warm and friendly and inevitably ear-wormy. Their first release ‘Good People Disappear’ has started to receive a couple of hundred views on the tube, with their second release ‘I Thought We Was’ slated to debut on February 13th.