Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Share Music From Sub Pop Debut At CPR’s OpenAir

September 18, 2018
<p>Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever</p>
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<p>Photo: Irvin Coffee</p>
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
Photo: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever at CPR's OpenAir
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Photo: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever at CPR's OpenAir

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever released the debut album, "Hope Downs," on the revered Sub Pop record label earlier this summer. The Australian quintet features three guitarists, which adds a richness to its uptempo indie rock music. The band wrapped up its recent session in the CPR Performance Studio with a melodic three-minute guitar jam. 

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That performance took place before Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever's show at Denver's Larimer Lounge earlier this month. The members played four songs and spoke with Jeremy Petersen about the origin of the band's lengthy name, signing to Sub Pop and why Australian indie rock artists are getting more international attention.

(Note: Audio from this session is no longer available.)

Songs performed:

  • "An Air Conditioned Man"
  • "Talking Straight"
  • "Mainland"
  • "The French Press"

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