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Buy Online DMA'S - Live at Brixton Smoked + Signed Setlist

We’ve had the great news of DMA’S‘ live album, “Live at Brixton”, for a few weeks now, and the anticipation only grows with the release of the live ‘Lay Down’. Already an unquestioned crowd-riler in its own right, the live recording only proves what we already know – that this track, and album, has the power to lift any crowd into a frenzied storm of energy. To be released on March 5th, the album is still available to pre-order, with the option of a limited availability vinyl.

Our first ever show in the UK was the opening slot at Brixton Academy so this is just totally emblematic of the support that has grown overseas we are ever grateful for. It’s still the greatest show we have ever played and we will never forget that night. See you all soon! Stay safe.” DMA’S

On March 6th, 2020 a sold-out audience filled the O2 Academy Brixton’s cavernous space from wall-to-wall. The band played the biggest headline show of their career to date half a planet away from home, yet the show conjured the atmosphere of an intimate homecoming celebration. The O2 Academy Brixton show was immediately hailed as one of the highlights of the band’s career so far, and it has taken on whole new significance given the events that have followed. For many fans it was their final show before live music events were halted.

From early favourites ‘In The Air’ and ‘Lay Down’ to new material such as ‘Silver’ and ‘Life Is A Game Of Changing’ from ‘The Glow’ The show is documented in the ‘Live at Brixton’ album, which will be released almost a year to the day later on March 5th. ‘Live at Brixton’ will be released on a striking smoke-effect pink/orange limited edition double vinyl. Its design was inspired by a flare that was set off during the show. The album offers a chance to reminiscence on the life-affirming power of live shows, and also an inspiring reminder of what we’re all looking forward to returning to.

To be released on March 5th

When they first came to prominence, the DMA’s copped a lot of Oasis comparisons, mostly due to Tommy O’Dell’s Gallagher-esque sneer and the band’s penchant for dressing for the Manchester mist rather than the Sydney sunshine. But over the course of two albums, it has become clear that they are closer in sound to other Northerners like the Verve, the Stone Roses, and the Charlatans – bands that deal in chorused-out guitars, peeling melodies and baggy beats – with the odd strum-along to break things up. Silver is a tender tune, a shimmering summery song that straddles their Preset-produced second record, and the heart-on-sleeve balladry of their debut single Delete. Of course, anyone with enough guitar pedals can approximate a classic sound, but top-shelf songwriting and O’Dell’s ringing bell of a voice means that DMA’s stand alone, despite the many comparisons.

Our new album ‘For Now’ is out now. Includes the new singles ‘In The Air’, ‘Dawning’ & the title track ‘For Now’.

DMA’S have announced a new album to be released 24th April 2020.

The Australian trio – who are comprised of Tommy O’DellJohnny Took and Matt Mason have announced they will visit London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Friday 6 March 2020.

A chance to buy tickets for the Delete rockers – who play live as a six piece with Joel Flyger on rhythm guitar, Thomas Crandles on bass guitar and Liam Hoskins on drums. CD + LP Album & 7-inch bundle Limited to 500 copies.

Our new single ‘Silver’ is out now. Watch the official video

DMA’S – ” Dawning “

Posted: January 19, 2018 in Classic Albums, MUSIC
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One of Liam Gallagher’s fave Aussie bands, The DMA’S have grown their global fanbase exponentially by sonically planting themselves squarely in the sweet spot where Oasis and The Go-Betweens overlap on Hill’s Endthen touring relentlessly behind it. Now the follow-up is “done and coming soon”, according to the band’s label I OH YOU. Recorded in a studio above a pub in Sydney’s Inner-West, the trio have retained the DIY attitude of their bedroom-recorded debut EP but with The Presets’ Kim Moyes manning the desk, brought some shiny hi-fi production nous to their output. Just give ‘Dawning’ another spin and picture the potential festival sing-alongs to come.

DMA’S Debut Album “Hills End” is available now:

The DMA’s – ” Dawning “

Posted: October 16, 2017 in MUSIC
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DMA's in their clip for 'Dawning'

Just last week DMA’S returned from their year-and-a-half break following the release of their ARIA-nominated debut album Hills End, and now the Sydney trio show their faces again with a charming little clip as well.

“We feel like ‘Dawning’ gives people the opportunity to decide what the song means to them,” frontman Tommy O’Dell says of the new number. “While the message of the song is quite dark, we also wanted create a piece of music that sounds uplifting and hopeful.”  Recorded at the band’s studio above the Lady Hampshire Hotel in their hometown of Camperdown, the track sees production efforts from Kim Moyes of The Presets, who’ll be producing their entire new album.

DMA’s – ” Too Soon “

Posted: February 14, 2016 in MUSIC
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DMA’S Debut Album “Hills End”, With their debut album ready to be released  ‘Hills End’ on February 26th, catch a video watch of album track ‘Too Soon’ from Australia’s answer to Oasis The DMA’SDMA’S (dee-em-ayes) is Johnny Took, Matt Mason and Tommy O’Dell – three friends who came together making nostalgic garage pop in a bedroom in Newtown. Australia.
Having met whilst playing in other bands, DMA’S are three writers, three mates, three frontmen – all with a common sense of purpose and musicality.
Writing a few songs together, the band demoed them in Johnny’s bedroom-studio, gaining instant attention – all before putting out an official track or playing a single show.

After signing with tastemaker label I OH YOU, DMA’S released their debut single ‘Delete’ to rave reviews, with Channel V calling the band “the next big thing”, and Triple J adding the track to high rotation.
With NME picking them as a buzz band to watch, Blur’s Dave Rowntree naming ‘Delete’ his Record of the Week on XFM, and the band selling out their first national tour – DMA’S have gone from strength to strength.

With “Too Soon” Directed by Mitchell Grant, the clip features the three band members hanging out in different places.

Vocalist Tommy O’Dell says of the video: “We’ve worked with Mitch a few times, so we know he is sick. We like that it’s a purely visual clip and not conceptual or based on a narrative – sometimes you can get lost in that.”

DMA’S will be over in the UK end February/early March playing a handful of dates to support the album, stopping at:
FEBRUARY 2016
28 GLASGOW, Stereo
MARCH
01 NEWCASTLE, Think Tank
02 LONDON, Garage
04 LEEDS, Belgrave
05 MANCHESTER, Ruby Lounge

DMA’s – ” So We Know “

Posted: January 7, 2016 in MUSIC
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The Australian act come from the same scene that gave us DZ Deathrays, but go for a much more retro sound. Their choice of Kappa hats and cagoules constantly sees them compared to Oasis, but really there’s a whole host of other 90s bands in the DNA of their music – from Pavement to Blur.

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Tommy, Mason & Johnny. are the DMA’S (dee-em-ayes) full names Johnny Took, Matt Mason and Tommy O’Dell – three friends who came together making nostalgic garage pop in a bedroom in Newtown. Sydney Australia

Having met whilst playing in other bands, DMA’S are three writers, three mates, three frontmen – all with a common sense of purpose and musicality. Writing a few songs together, the band demoed them in Johnny’s bedroom-studio, gaining instant attention – all before putting out an official track or playing a single show.

After signing with tastemaker label I OH YOU, DMA’S released their debut single ‘Delete’ to rave reviews, with Channel V calling the band “the next big thing”, and Triple J adding the track to high rotation.

With NME picking them as a buzz band to watch, Blur’s Dave Rowntree naming ‘Delete’ his Record of the Week on XFM, and the band selling out their first national tour – DMA’S have gone from strength to strength. DMA’S debut mini-album out May 18th (UK) / May 19th (US). Touring UK / EU / US in May & June 2015.

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Show: Corn Exchange 15th May 11pm (NME show)
It’s been years since I’ve seen an indie band divide people like DMA’s do. Defiantly influenced by Britpop – from their Kappa hats to their choruses – the Australian band were a big hit at CMJ last year. Since then they’ve supported The Courteeners and collected their various recordings into one batch to be released on their new label Infectious (Alt J, These New Puritans).
they could be 10-new-bands-everyones-going-to-be-talking-about-after-the-great-escape

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