Hunters & Collectors Bio
SINGLE BIO: Alpine - Hear No Evil [Liberation]

SINGLE BIO: Alpine – Hear No Evil [Liberation]

“There was a other-worldly eeriness about the original which we wanted to capture in our interpretation. The lyrics are beautiful and powerful. We didn’t want to change much really. We slowed it down and got carried away with the vocoder in the studio and we put the melody a little off the beat – imagine an...
TRACK BY TRACK: Crucible - The Songs Of The Hunters & Collectors [Liberation] (Out Friday, 27th September 2013)

TRACK BY TRACK: Crucible – The Songs Of The Hunters & Collectors [Liberation] (Out Friday, 27th September 2013)

30 SONGS FEATURING 15 STUNNING TRIBUTES AND 15 ORIGINAL RECORDINGS   1. Birds of Tokyo – Talking to a Stranger 2. Eddie Vedder & Neil Finn – Throw Your Arms Around me 3. Matt Corby & Missy Higgins – This Morning 4. Oh Mercy  – The Slab (Betty’s Worry) 5. Alpine – Hear No Evil 6. The...
HISTORICAL BIO: Hunters & Collectors [Liberation]

HISTORICAL BIO: Hunters & Collectors [Liberation]

From their beginnings back in 1981, Hunters & Collectors were always something of an anomaly. In their earliest forms the band was a loose, ambitious musical collective who, in the words of Rolling Stone, “filled an art-rock void in Melbourne”. Their rise from cult status to suburban beer barn favourites through to the top of the charts...
SINGLE BIO: The Avalanches - Stalking To A Stranger (Planets Collide Remix) [Liberation]

SINGLE BIO: The Avalanches – Stalking To A Stranger (Planets Collide Remix) [Liberation]

“Firstly, Mark Seymour is a Western Bulldogs fanatic and us Footscray lifers have to stick together! At a fundamental level, it was both an honour and incredibly daunting to be asked to remix such an incredible song. What a stunning and risky way to announce your presence as a new band. Hunters & Collectors pulled...
SINGLE BIO: The Living End - Say Goodbye [Liberation]

SINGLE BIO: The Living End – Say Goodbye [Liberation]

“Hunters & Collectors are a truly unique band. They don’t sound like anyone else and they sound so Australian, which I love. They had the tough-as-nails pub rock thing but they were also capable of writing incredibly heartfelt, beautiful songs. How many bands are there that can do that and do it so well? So...