Amrap’s AirIt is community radio’s Australian music catalogue and distribution service.
Any Australian community radio program maker and station library coordinator can apply for a free
They login to order customized CDs containing the music they want to broadcast at no cost to them
or instantly download the music.
Anyone else can browse the catalogue to see artist information, links to buy music and official
artist videos — but only authorised radio users can login to access and order the music.
Super Best Friends started making headway after the release of their 2009 EP Ready Aim Fire! The release scored consistent airplay on triple j’s Short.Fast.Loud, a spot on the American Punk Kills compilation, college radio play in the USA and community radio play around Australia. The title track won the University of Canberra’s Catapult Comp to play at Stonefest 09, putting Super Best Friends on the same bill as The Living End, Children Collide, Art Vs Science, British India, Urthboy and Birds of Tokyo. The Ready Aim Fire! film clip aired on ABC TV’s Rage in early 2010, catching the eye of some in the music industry and by the end of that year, Super Best Friends had picked up supports in Canberra and regional NSW with local heavy-weights Children Collide and Violent Soho.
Over beers in an old room at the Area Hotel Griffith (NSW), Super Best Friends talked to Children Collide road manager and producer Paul “Woody” Annison from Crucial Music about making their next record with him, and in April 2011, Woody began recording the Handshake E EP at his Red Door Sounds studios in Melbourne.
About this track...
'No Logo Is A Joke' is the new single from Super Best Friends and the opening track on Handshake. It’s about how much money the band members - except Matt (bass) - spend on brand name clothes and products, when they’re probably made by cheap labour in overseas factories.