Sweet Misery (Remixed & Remastered) On Vinyl

TO CELEBRATE THE 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF OUR DEBUT ALBUM, WE HAVE PRESSED A LIMITED RUN OF 200 COPIES ON VINYL FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER.

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NEW (OLD) MUSIC: IN STEREO B-SIDES

It gives us great pleasure to present: In Stereo B-Sides. 9 tracks originally tracked around 2010 during the recording sessions of our sophomore album In Stereo (2011). For one reason or another they never made it onto the album but fast forward to 2019 and we’re chuffed that they finally get to see the light of day.

Listen and/or download at: Spotify / Apple Music / Bandcamp and all other major online places.

Sweet Misery now on vinyl

To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of our debut album, we have pressed a limited run of 200 copies on vinyl for the first time ever. Purchase now from our online store >>

In Stereo (Remixed & Remastered)

More remixed and remastered goodness! Our 2nd full length album, In Stereo. Originally released in 2011. Now fully remixed by Shane Hicks and mastered by Grammy award winning Brian Lucey. Listen and purchase at our bandcamp. or iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Youtube and so on.

Sweet Misery (Remixed & Remastered)

It’s finally here!!! Totally revamped and remixed by Shane Hicks and mastered by Brian Lucey. We’re so please to be reissuing our very first full length back into the world in it’s final and sonically fully realised form. Almost 10 years since its original release. Listen and purchase at our bandcamp.

LIVE AT THE TROUBADOUR 15-11-10

Live at The Troubadour 15-11-10And even more from the archives. Recorded on one of the final farewell shows before one of Brisbane’s most  iconic venues closed it’s doors. Listen and download from our Bandcamp.

LIVE REVIEW: NEWCASTLE AUG 2013

Brisbane’s The Blackwater Fever released their third album, The Depths, earlier this year, thus confirming their status as one of the country’s most underrated yet finest purveyors of blues-rock. Tonight The Blackwater Fever descended on the Lass for a rather low-key gig, bringing their gritty blues-rock sound to a small but enthusiastic crowd. The band’s overlooked profile is all the more perplexing considering their talent as musicians and song-writers, coupled with an accessible streak that should elevate them beyond such small venues with little to no promotion. No disrespect to the Lass, but from the quality and professionalism of their studio efforts and tight live performances, The Blackwater Fever should be generating more interest. Regardless, the band doesn’t seem to care a great deal, and their seemingly down-to-earth and hardworking nature holds plenty of appeal.

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