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The Rock-itt : March 2012
With Pete Johnson Bones, Bones, Bones used to be called ‘Bridgem ary Kiss’, but had trouble pronouncing the nam e, so out of sheer vocal laziness they decided to change what they call them selves as a collective to bones, a few tim es... They are all based around the northern beaches and have been playing music for about 5 years, holding onto the ultimate goal of making music. It’s been about five years without physically giving anyone their music on any kind of "disc type structure". Finally, in October 2011, they managed to go into a recording studio. They recorded an EP of five songs, and called it 'what is this garbage?'. The EP will be released on 16th March, playing it live at the Gaelic club on the same night. Bones, Bones, Bones mostly enjoy music from the old days when they weren't born because it still had life. The band’s singer, Brett said, “Now we are simply attempting to play our own style of this music. The Beatles, unfortunately for some of you religious folk are to me, like God. John Lennon was Jesus, George was Moses, Paul was Mary and Ringo was Mel Gibson. W e also listen to Quincy of the Jonesage, Morevana, Caging Elephants, and Lounge against the Machine. If you’re looking for som e good local music you should check out Deep Sea Arcade, Chicks Who Love Guns, and The Rum inaters. W e have managed to cover all aspects of music... except maybe G# and B. But if you would like to hear some of the music you read about in the Rock-Itt magazine that day at work you had nothing to do, you should come to the Gaelic on March 16th and watch us playing our music on a stage.” Go to bonesbonesbones.com to check out some of the inter web things they have done.