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Magnus Plus Shady Nasty and Delphine Geoff


Sun 3 Apr 2016, 6:00pm–1:00am

Where: The Record Crate, 34 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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A night of rock 'n roll with Magnus plus Shady Nasty and Delphine Geoff!

Video of Negativity Premiered at The AU Review!

"If anything, try saying this song title five times fast…". Read it at The AU Review (!

'When the chorus rolls in there's good energy here." - Dave Ruby Howe (Triple J Unearthed Music Director)

"Magnus means “the great” in Latin or “powerhouse” in old Norwegian, and the Sydney based power-group live up to the expectations of their name with the release of their new single ‘Pandora’."
Read it at Tone Deaf (!

Magnus Release Explosive New Single and Video for “Pandora”. Read what CoolTry says about us:

After opening the box with “Pandora”, Magnus are set to release their prog-rock tinged single “Non-Activity-Negativity-Not-A-Tivity”. Finding themselves blending genres between oddly timed stoner jazz, rock and a dash of goth, the band never conform to traditional genres, which makes them an entity of their own.

Dennis Hionis’ pulsating bass lays the backdrop for the single which drifts between Arne Heeres (guitar and vocals) Jim Morrison influenced lyrics and Giulio Albanese’s boisterous drums.

“I had been playing the various parts of this song for as long as I can remember. Never even thought about putting them together until one day I forced myself to write a new song. We always like dramatic changes in a song and this one goes from a very tight verse into an almost chaotic open sounding chorus. The ending for this song changed a few times as well (and hopefully will again in the future), so what got recorded on the album is a pretty good snapshot of the flavour of the moment.” Arne Heeres of Magnus

With a desire to capture the energy of their raucous live performance, Magnus set out to approach the recording of “Pandora” and the rest of their debut album in a raw and unique way. The band spent a week in seclusion jamming from dawn till dusk in a sheep sheering shed near the regional town of Cootamundra NSW, where they laid down their demos before collaborating on pre-production with ARIA award winning music recorder and producer Paul McKercher (Gyroscope, You Am I, The Living End).

The new 13 track album was recorded and mixed by good friend Wade Keighran (The Scare, Wolf & Cub) originally at Jon Prior’s (Known for the 80’s band Matte Finish) before subsequently finishing it at Linear Recording in Leichhardt. After an initial streak of bad luck Magnus managed to record the full album in a mammoth 3.5 days instead of 6 originally planned.