Exclusive: Stream Melbourne five-piece Gamjee's mind-melting debut EP, Crooked

Exclusive: Stream Melbourne five-piece Gamjee's mind-melting debut EP, Crooked

A psychedelic rock odyssey straight out of the garage.

Following on from previous singles Monday In Bed and William H. Vanderbilt's Vampire, Melbourne five-piece Gamjee have unveiled the epic EP from whenst they come - Crooked. Recorded by Thomas Keyte and co-produced by vocalist Sam Harding in rural Victoria in a house on a hill mid-last year, Crooked is a delightful romp into the world of pysch/garage-rock, melding elements from revered acts like Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees and King Gizzard into a tasty brew that rips from start to finish.

Gamjee is comprised of siblings Lily, Miles (twins) and Sam Harding, plus James Morris and Jack Summers, and perhaps it's that familial closeness that has resulted in a barnstorming, cohesive collection of exciting rock'n'roll, one that according to the group,  "explores the word 'crooked'. It celebrates imperfections and 'crooked' as identity or aesthetic. It also condemns the negative nature of 'crooked' attitudes in exploitation and human division."

We love it and we reckon you might to - check it out below:

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