Exclusive: Stream Mini Skirt's barn-burning new four-track EP, 7 Inch

Exclusive: Stream Mini Skirt's barn-burning new four-track EP, 7 Inch

They're about to hit the road with Pist Idiots.

Mini Skirt, in their own words, is made up of "two brothers, a readhead and a guy that can't play an instrument to save his life", but after only being in existence since early last year have given things a red hot crack in a short period of time. Since emerging from the lush green hills of NSW's Northern Rivers, they've already shared the stage with the likes of The Peep Tempel, Dumb Punts and Skegss to name but a few, and are just about to join Pist Idiots for a run of shows kicking off this Thursday.

And so the timing is ripe for their new EP, 7 Inch, which we think you'll very much enjoy below. Recorded by Jordan Powers and mastered by Mikey Young, it's an absolute pearler collection of hard, fast, not-here-to-fuck-spiders punk- and pub-rock, instantly putting them alongside contemporaries such as Bad//Dreems and West Thebarton Brothel Party. It's pleasing to see pure, unadulterated pub rock is alive and well in Australia, and as long as it's of the quality of acts like Mini Skirt, there's plenty of pints to raise in celebration.

UPCOMING SHOWS:

Thu 30 Nov - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane w/ Pist Idiots

Sat 2 Dec - Workers Club, Melbourne w/ Pist Idiots

Fri 8 Dec - The Botany View Hotel, Newtown w/ Heavy Lids, Nick Nuissance & The Delinquents

Sat 9 Dec - Brighton Up Bar, Sydney w/ Pist Idiots

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