Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever ShareTheir Favourite Vinyl

In honour of International Record Store Day, Saturday April 16 and to celebrate the release of Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever‘s ‘Write Back/Career’ double A-side 7” to be released on the same day, the band have shared their most influential vinyl.

The Clash – ‘London Calling’
“Would have to say London Calling. So evocative and ambitious. As a teenager I really wanted to somehow be a part of their global revolutionary gang, and still kinda do.”

– Tom Russo (electric guitar and vocals).

Neil Young – ‘After the Goldrush’
“I listed to it religiously as a teenager, start to finish in the discman. I soaked up his style by emulating all his noodly bits.”

– Joe Russo (bass).

Stevie Wonder – ‘Innervisions’
“Every aspect of the album is untouchable. Genius.”

– Marcel Tussie (drums).

Stone Roses – ‘Stone Roses’

“Reni’s drumming is just the best. Resourceful, inventive, interesting but not distracting. The guitar and choruses are all time. The ethos is both punk and flower power.”

– Fran Keaney (acoustic guitar and vocals).

Priscilla Queen of the Desert Soundtrack

“Joe sent this to me with no explanation. I know Joe well enough to know he genuinely does love it. Just didn’t know how much. The guy loves to boogie.”

– Fran Keaney on behalf of Joe White (electric guitar and vocals).

For Melbourne listeners, get along to the Gaso next Friday (22 Apr) to see Rolling Blackouts CF supporting Loose Tooth. For Sydney-siders, I OH YOU will be curating the ‘Red Bull Sound Select‘ Fri 29 Apr – a  new monthly live music showcase at the Chippendale Hotel, which will feature RBCF! Location is no excuse.

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