• Money For Rope / Bowers : Split Ep (Rsd) (Vinyl EPs) (General)
* Record Store Day!

Merging in 2011 to play an extended residency at infamous rock club Cherry Bar in AC/DC Lane, with only a single 7" release to their name ['Slow Dance'], Money For Rope were a sprawling 6-piece rock band that got everyone in the rock'n'roll town talking.

For the devil-may-care blues rock band - backed by two drummers, and a sound fathered by The Saints, The Sunnyboys, and Radio Birdman, with a slight tinge of The Doors - it was the start of rapturous applause, serious hard work and more than a handful of shows conducted in casts and wheelchairs. Immediately signed by Wally Kempton of The Meanies, the band steadily released a series of 7" singles - 'My House Or Yours' [May 2011], 'I've Had Days' [Oct 2011], 'Disable Ksana' [Feb 2012] - while proving themselves in the often harsh climate of Australian rock'n'roll.

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The Bowers and Money For Rope have reignited an age old idea, of doing a split ep where a new song from each band and a cover of each other is recorded (last year) and released for Record Store Day.

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Money For Rope / Bowers : Split Ep (Rsd) (Vinyl EPs) (General)

  • Product Code: VE000039
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