Photos Daniel Oh – Criminal Indifference.
Wolf Shield (Randy Reimann – Massappeal, Tralala Blip) made the trek down from Sydney and hit up Melbourne for a couple of shows last weekend. Sunday night at The Tote as part of the launch for Normalised: The Detonic Collection, a vinyl compilation that includes the Wolf Shield track No More as well as a headline gig Monday night at The Public Bar.
Please click HERE for a previous post on Desert Highways for more info regarding the release, an interview with Reimann and the clip to the included track, No More. Continue reading
Words Anthony Moore.
If you’re familiar with punk, hardcore and pub rock from the ‘80s and ‘90s, you’ve surely heard of one of Australia’s greatest bands, Massappeal. They’ve influenced many of todays bands with or without them even knowing it.
Massappeal’s 1986 Album on Sydney’s Waterfront Records, Nobody Likes A Thinker, has become the stuff of legend through it being a solid a release as well as the artwork done by artist Ben Brown.
Since Massappeal broke up, singer and co-founder Randy Reimann has had a few projects including the alt noise pop electro collective, Tralala Blip and now most recently Wolf Shield. This latest project pays homage directly to the passion and memory of his time with Massappeal, the punk sound and way of life. Continue reading