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Posted 4 Sep 2012 @ 12:24pm

Mass Cult have been around for a number of years, putting out music at a steady rate and working the Melbourne circuit. Tonight they launched their razor-sharp new single Time To Wait and brought along with them a veritable mixed bag of Melbournes’ finest to join the party.

 

Cut turned up, turned on and opened tonights’ bill with large amounts of gusto. Their sometimes dark,...

Posted 14 Aug 2012 @ 1:56pm

Mass Cult came into being in late 2007, in Dan Trolley’s lounge room, when he and his housemates decided to cut a few demos – a rough and ready project befitting the gnarly lo-fi sounds that Dan had created. They laid down five tracks, and then Dan decided to get a proper band together – a five-piece featuring players from Sailors and Swine, TTT and the Dead South called Mass Cult Suicide....

Posted 29 Feb 2012 @ 6:25pm

 

Hello all! Good week? Pretty sure if you’re not getting out to see one of the many excellent international and local gigs being made available to us this week, you’re without a pulse. I am currently soaking my ears in goat's milk and stroking them fondly, whispering sweet nothings into their brutalised canals so that they may forgive me for the torture I’m about to put them through. I...

Posted 24 Jun 2011 @ 9:53am

Once known as Mass Cult Suicide, the newly-shorn Mass Cult’s previous moniker was strangely more interesting and beguiling. The core duo of Dan Trolley and Yolanda De Rose were probably convinced that by dropping the 'suicide' it would lighten the mood. Don't be fooled. This Ain't No Paradise is firmly entrenched in that New York loft scene dreaming of Boss Hog.

 

Oh Goodtimes...

Posted 21 Jun 2011 @ 10:11am

Once known as Mass Cult Suicide, the newly-shorn Mass Cult’s previous moniker was strangely more interesting and beguiling. The core duo of Dan Trolley and Yolanda De Rose were probably convinced that by dropping the 'suicide' it would lighten the mood. Don't be fooled. This Ain't No Paradise is firmly entrenched in that New York loft scene dreaming of Boss Hog.

 

Oh Goodtimes...

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