2012 debut EP from THE IN THE OUT
You can trace the sound of The In The Out to elements of The Modern Lovers, Primal Scream, Joy Division and Psychedelic Furs, but then you start heading towards garage bands like The Saints and early Go-Betweens and in the end you really can't decide…. they sound like no other!
Their first single 'Hid In The Beat' was released in 2011 and is a Fall-esque hypnotic traverse through distorted bass, reverberated voice, repetitive drums and glassy electric guitar.
'It's Ok' is the latest single to be taken from The In The Out's debut EP (to , and has received high rotation on Sydney's FBI Radio.
THE IN THE OUT are:
Vocals & Guitar: Dallas Gale | Guitar: Christopher Gray | Drums: Miranda Holt | Bass: Xain Milke
"The self titled EP by The In the Out is Psychedelic Garage Pop.
The overall sound of the album is very dingy, by which I mean it sounds like you just walked into some dirty bar that's somehow packed to the brim with people, the only lighting is red and dim, and there's this band playing chilled out grunge, but sweating profusely.
The second track of the EP (entitled: "Subway") kicks things into a down and dirty territory with a heavy bass and drums combo that puts it into the UK version of Garage Rock's territory. Guitar is present, but more works as cement filling in the cracks.
The third track (entitled: "Hid the Beat") does a fine job of living up to it's title, with a noisy production that consists of heavy Fuzz Rock, making it the most freak-out track of the EP. The vocals in this track sound very Acid Rock inspired.
The EP as a whole just has this sinister-cool vibe to it, suited for background music during risky adventures, or just night driving and feeling cool."
By: MICHAEL RICKERT - examiner.com