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Rumoured to be the secret love child of your favourite bands, Diplazar was born almost two years ago overlooking a beach in Newcastle. Since their conception they have been playing hard along the coast of NSW with some of the greatest upcoming talent this country has to offer. Of course they have never stopped doing the classical hard yards and have increasingly developed their ability to entertain at their live shows. This led to them competing and successfully being labelled the winners of the Battles of the Bands competition footage which can be seen in one of the videos below. Additionally, they have also been fortunate to be featured on a several radio stations, these include: Riot FM in Nelson Bay, An online heavy/metal rock channel with their track Sparkie, Indie collective in Newcastle, Triple H in Sydney where an excerpt of this interview is featured in the video section below. With already two juicy Eps released and well received, they are currently in the studio constructing a full LP believed to be their next masterpiece. 2018 is most definitely not over yet for these boys with festivals still to play at and their first top to bottom tour with a side mission to get all asses shakin’ on the dancefloor. Once you get up to boogie, they place you in a hypnotic trance. It’s musical magic as they fusion together all known genres, styles and sounds to generate a quirky and unique flavor. Below in the video section is a preview of a new track, "Getaway", on the LP Diplazar is releasing later this year which is already a crowd favorite.
Active since: June, 2016
Genre/s: Psychedelic, Funk, Disco, rap, Folk, Rock, alternative, pop, Jazz, Blues, electronic, garage
Sounds like: Mumford and Sons, Childish Gambino, boy and bear, the strokes, RHCP, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis, Blur, Sticky Fingers, Justin Timberlake, Ocean Alley, DMA, Glass Animals, the doors, inxs, The Beatles, jimi hendrix, cream, Bruno Mars, Tame Impala, Gorillaz, Tool, Battles, Thundercat, Rage against the machine, The Delta Riggs
Trent Pepper, Sam Madden, Jacob Lutton, Oscar Sloan