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Who By Gun

Who By Gun

Who By Gun


Electric three-piece fronted by Sarah Hardiman, Melbourne-born guitarist and singer, Ross Williams and Wessel Bosoff Dutoit. Drawing influence from Scott Walker, The Gun Club and Patti Smith; Hardiman whips up a storm on stage with wolfish screams interspersed with haunting, trembling alto. Their eclectic repertoire references a wealth of styles and Hardiman's performance is unmissable. Sarah Hardiman came to London after a successful career on the Australian underground hardcore and garage scenes Read more on Last.fm
Electric three-piece fronted by Sarah Hardiman, Melbourne-born guitarist and singer, Ross Williams and Wessel Bosoff Dutoit. Drawing influence from Scott Walker, The Gun Club and Patti Smith; Hardiman whips up a storm on stage with wolfish screams interspersed with haunting, trembling alto. Their eclectic repertoire references a wealth of styles and Hardiman's performance is unmissable. Sarah Hardiman came to London after a successful career on the Australian underground hardcore and garage scenes, forming the original line-ups of A Death In The Family and Deaf Wish. She has supported Against Me! and The White Stripes.

Who By Gun (formerly Daddy and the Good Girls) supported Peter Doherty during their first month in London. "These make an alluring and pretty striking noise not much like most of the acts around now - big shoutiness from the out there chick on vox and some strident post punk noise referencing Sonic Youth, Patti Smith, The Fall , Funhouse era Stooges and even Penetration [the singing- but Pauline Murray never screamed so wonderfully diabolically like this gal Sarah] This is real out there intense done-coz-it-needs-to-be type stuff...Rather beautiful!!" -DUBLIN CASTLE, 2009. "Brilliant female led grunge two piece featuring Melbourne resident Sarah Louise Hardiman. Think the Breeders meets Patti Smith. With every song a sonic assault on your senses be prepared to see more this cacophonous rabble." -RHYTHM FACTORY, 2009. Read more on Last.fm.

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