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Primitive Calculators - On Drugs

Primitive Calculators - On Drugs
Primitive Calculators met as teenagers in the early 70s, growing up in the grim outer Melbourne suburb of Springvale. They did not belong. They were inspired by loft music like The Fugs and The Godz as well as suburban boogie bands, disco, pop and psychedelia. When they heard the Ramones they knew their era had arrived. The band officially formed in 1978 and they developed a network of likeminded friends around which the legendary Little Bands scene grew. They released their debut single : I Can’t Stop It/ Do That Dance in 1979. The single introduced many to the impassioned, atonal, electronic chaos that was the Primitive Calculators’ trademark.The following year the band attempted to relocate to London and promptly broke up.

The 80's saw releases from friend and music archivist Alan Bamford, 1986; a central role in Richard Lowenstein's "Dogs In Space", in the early 2000's Chapter Music included them on the "Can't Stop it" compilation and went on to re-issue their back catalogue leading to renewed interest and their first ever studio record in 2013.

Primitive Calculators signed with Melbourne underground label It Records in 2016 and found themselves amongst like-minded friends and artists once again.

About this track...

A boogie rock, soul-inspired scorcher of a track that is going to ignite their fan base and convert the rest to the church of PC. The industrial thumping funk familiar to their previous work relentlessly punctuates a track that sits somewhere between a confession and a fire and brimstone sermon.

Other tracks by Primitive Calculators: I Wish You Were Dead  -  Competition
Number Of People In Act 4 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In VIC
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Melbourne
Taken From The Release Titled On Drugs
Copyright Holder's Name it Records
Publisher It Records
Media Servicing Date 2018-04-13
Main Genre Metal/Punk
Genre 2 Electronic
Genre 3 Experimental
Genre 4 Industrial
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners Yes
Artist Official Web Site
Artist Social Network Page
Online Store Page 1
Content Provider It Records