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the Gutterville Splendour Six

the Gutterville Splendour Six

the Gutterville Splendour Six


The Gutterville Splendour Six is an Alternative rock band from Perth, Western Australia. After forming in 1995 their only release was their critically acclaimed self-titled EP, whose most notable fan was the late and great John Peel. After disbanding in 2000 the band’s members have gone on to form many renowned acts including The Drones, Kill Devil Hills, MF and His Truckload of Hope, and The Volcanics. The band plays bluesy, stripped back rock, and are known for their loud and intense live performances. Read more on Last.fm
The Gutterville Splendour Six is an Alternative rock band from Perth, Western Australia. After forming in 1995 their only release was their critically acclaimed self-titled EP, whose most notable fan was the late and great John Peel. After disbanding in 2000 the band’s members have gone on to form many renowned acts including The Drones, Kill Devil Hills, MF and His Truckload of Hope, and The Volcanics. The band plays bluesy, stripped back rock, and are known for their loud and intense live performances. Having gone through a number of line-up changes through their history, members and their new projects include Maurice Flavel (MF and his Truckload of Hope), Gareth Liddiard and Rui Pereira (The Drones), Brenden Humphries and Steve Joines (Kill Devil Hills), James McCann (Lowdorados and The Dirty Skirts) Warren Hall (The Volcanics and The M16's), and Nigel Parry. More information can be found on their official site http://www.myspace.com/guttervillesplendoursix Read more on Last.fm.

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