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Hytest

Hytest

Hytest


Hytest - finest stoner punk from Wollongong, Australia (Michael Curley - guitar, Luke Armstrong - bass, Adam Rogan/Neil Matthews - drums) In 2004 they recorded and independently released their first self titled EP and after placing highly in Triple Js Unearthed competition, received light airplay for “The Party song” and “Dirty old men(need lovin' too)” on local and international radio. A second EP was soon to follow. “The Little band that could” was recorded and independently released in 2006. Read more on Last.fm
Hytest - finest stoner punk from Wollongong, Australia (Michael Curley - guitar, Luke Armstrong - bass, Adam Rogan/Neil Matthews - drums) In 2004 they recorded and independently released their first self titled EP and after placing highly in Triple Js Unearthed competition, received light airplay for “The Party song” and “Dirty old men(need lovin' too)” on local and international radio. A second EP was soon to follow. “The Little band that could” was recorded and independently released in 2006. Their song “The Little song that could” was added quickly to Triple J on medium rotation and HY-TEST were asked to do a filmed set for Triple Js Home and Hosed program, which was broadcast on JTV on ABC. Many shows followed the success of the EP and the band won over many hearts locally and abroad, including Nick Oliveri (ex Queens of the stonage, Kyuss) who has asked the boys to tour as Mondo Generator through Europe mid 2010! HYTEST have signed to Impedance Records and have recorded their long awaited full length record "Dishing out the good times!" in 2010.

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