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Sydney band The Kandy Apples hit Melbourne

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Have too many of need money now payday do so.Sydney based indie-rock-grunge-pop 5 piece, The Kandy Apples hit Melbourne Fri 24th - Sun 26th July. With their debut release launched in Sydney in June 09 The Apples are ready to share their sweet sounds with the greater public. 'Don't Fall Far' was produced, mixed and mastered by Ian Pritchett and Gene Mitchell of Noisegate Studios. Several Noisegate-produced releases have garnered international critical acclaim and chart successes, including the last four The Beautiful Girls albums and Angus & Julia Stone's last album 'A Book Like This' which hit platinum sales. The Kandy Apples aim to join these ranks and become known and loved by people near and far. Early 2009 brought the final touches to the final tracks, while singer Meaghan featured in the '6 Beers of Separation' internet/TV show which took her to the USA to meet up with various industry figures on her journey to meet the brothers Madden from 'Good Charlotte'. This experience helped spread The Kandy Apples' name to welcoming fans overseas and all over the interweb. With 'Don't Fall Far' ready for ears and tours to Melbourne and Brisbane in the pipeline, The Apples hope you will join them on their journey along the road to Kandytown. History of The Kandy Apples Singer/guitarist Meaghan Blake hit the Sydney live music circuit in '06, solo with her original songs and electric guitar in hand. Soon after the original line-up of The Kandy Apples formed debuting live in early '07. Mid 08' saw new drummer Damian Kukulj added to the mix, joining Meaghan and bass player/vocalist Casey just in time to enter the studio to record their debut EP, the first single from which - 'Stef's Song' was launched in Sep '08 at a sold out show at Sydney's iconic Sandringham Hotel. Late '08 saw the addition of two more Apples, Steven Farrell on lead guitar and Laura Nolan on keys and backing vocals, completing the outfit as a five-piece. "In a style almost like a meeting point between the work of PJ Harvey and early era Courtney Love, it's one part riot girl, one part soul/blues and a whole lot of heavy handed kit-bashing" Drummedia Review by Luke Monks The Apples play MELBOURNE: Friday 24th July: Noise Bar with Tin Alley + supersede + Amusica ~ Brunswick Sunday 26th July: Curtain Band Room with Nightmaster + TBA ~ Carlton for more info & to check out tracks from the upcoming EP please visit: www.myspace.com/thekandyapples To organise an interview, reviews, photos or a copy of 'Don't Fall Far' EP please contact The Kandy Apples' Manager Leyne Elbourne of Cadence Commotions via ccmotions@gmail.com or call 0433 020 127
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