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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Rock :: Dr Sure's Unusual Practice - Catch Up
 

Dr Sure's Unusual Practice - Catch Up

Dr Sure's Unusual Practice - Catch Up
Dr Sure's Unusual Practice (DSUP) make peculiar post-punk of & for the times, spouting potent political themes but always with tongue firmly in cheek.

Dr Sure’s Unusual Practice is the project of Melbourne artist Dougal Shaw, better known by his moniker Dr Sure. More than just a music project DSUP is a singular artistic vision; Dr Sure writes, records & mixes the music, designs the artwork, and shoots & edits the video clips. In late 2018 he enlisted the talents of friends Miranda Holt (Claws & Organs), Jake Suriano (Hideous Sun Demon, Kitchen People) and Jack Mccullagh (Hot Sludge Fundae, Cracodile) to bring the project to life.

Dropping into the scene in November 2018 with a residency at Melbourne institution The Tote and debut single Busy Bigness, DSUP immediately got picked up by local community radio. Backing it up in February 2019 with second single and video clip It’s Alive and their first tour up the East Coast, national community radio and blogs started to take notice. After touring the East Coast for a second time in April they are carrying solid momentum into the release of ‘The West’, out June 14, and the most extensive tour yet this June/July.

About this track...

Another driving post-punk track from the Melbourne artist. Catch Up is a parody of the divisive rhetoric used around election time, 'African gangs in Melbourne' becomes 'Cauca-sick gangs in the Parlaiment House'. It seemed fitting to add it to the canon as a discussion point in the lead up to the federal election.

Details
Number Of People In Act 4 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Brunswich
Taken From The Release Titled Catch Up
Copyright Holder's Name Dougal Shaw
Publisher Dougal Shaw
Media Servicing Date 2019-05-13
Main Genre Rock
Genre 2 Punk
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners Yes
Artist Official Web Site http://www.instagram.com/drsuresunusualpractice
Artist Social Network Page http://www.facebook.com/drsuresunusualpractice
Online Store Page 1 http://www.marthouserecords.com
Online Store Page 2
Content Provider Marthouse Records