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Matt Sonic

Posted 13 Jul 2012 @ 1:26pm

Before Matt Sonic scaled the heights of his High Times, there was a young, excitable rock’n’roller earning his crust as a surf instructor on Victoria’s surf coast. In late 2005, a chance air drumming session with fellow surf instructor Johnny Rollins in the white-capped waves off the southern Victorian coast led to a discussion on mutual and divergent musical tastes; Sonic and Rollins found a...

Posted 7 Sep 2011 @ 4:44am

Music has been an integral part of Matt Sonic's life for almost as long as he can remember. While his current fuzz-laden rock'n'roll style is not your typical therapeutic past time, for Matt Sonic, music provides a basic cosmological foundation. "I was kind of a handful as a young kid, and my dad found that the best way to calm me down was to listen to records through headphones," Sonic...

Posted 3 Aug 2011 @ 10:00am

There are some artists for whom deciphering artistic influence is as complex as hieroglyphic analysis; Matt Sonic isn't such an artist. There's a definite precision in Matt Sonic's historical roots - '60s Detroit via '80s Geelong garage rock, '70s English glam rock, a thick dose of pan-scene metal and everything sub-culturally in between.


And not that that's a bad thing -...

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