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Mink Mussel Creek

A long long time ago something pretty good happened. A bevy of buddies decided to start making music with their hands, mouths and brains. They’d practice anywhere they could – one of their attics, their old school, behind the granny flat, anywhere they could play songs, write riffs and become masters of their instruments.

Not much time had to pass before they got really good at it, so they decided to give themselves a name and start playing some shows. And then a few more shows, and then a crapload of shows. In fact, 2007 saw Mink Mussel Creek play over 100 shows, even smash ...read more

A long long time ago something pretty good happened. A bevy of buddies decided to start making music with their hands, mouths and brains. They’d practice anywhere they could – one of their attics, their old school, behind the granny flat, anywhere they could play songs, write riffs and become masters of their instruments.

Not much time had to pass before they got really good at it, so they decided to give themselves a name and start playing some shows. And then a few more shows, and then a crapload of shows. In fact, 2007 saw Mink Mussel Creek play over 100 shows, even smashing through 10 in one week.

During this time, members had come and gone, but the end result was a ripper one with Nick Allbrook on vocals, Shiny Joe Ryan on guitar, Steve Summerlin on bass, Richard Ingham on synths and Kevin Parker on drums. « hide

Similar Bands: Tame Impala, Pond (AU), Allbrook/Avery, Nicholas Allbrook, GUM

Mink Mussel Manticore
2014

4
1 Votes

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