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Snowman


Groupe de musique Experimental de Australie formé en 2003


Snowman were a band originally from Perth, Western Australia. They relocated to London in 2008, and disbanded in 2011.

History

Snowman began playing together in various incarnations and under different names during their high school years. Joe McKee and Andy Citawarman met when they were fourteen years old; they began writing music together almost immediately. Olga Hermanniusson soon joined on Bass guitar and saxophone. After a few line-up and name changes, the band settled on Snowman with new drummer Ross DiBlasio joining in 2002. In 2003 they began playing live around Australia. They also recorded two demo CDs, which included early versions of 'Lost in the Woods', 'The Horror Song', 'Moodswing' and a track that would go through many changes to eventually become 'Wormwood'.

The band won The Next Big Thing competition in 2003 and began recording an EP later that year. Zombies On The Airwaves Of Paris was finally released in September 2004 via Shock Records in Australia. It garnered positive reviews nationally. Lead single, 'Lost In The Woods' was placed on high rotation on national youth broadcaster, Triple J. National tours with Interpol, Regurgitator, The Mint Chicks and Wolfmother soon followed, as well as a publishing deal with Mushroom Music Publishing.

In 2005 the band were nominated for six WAMi Awards: 'Most Popular Act', 'Most Popular Single / EP', 'Most Popular Live Act', 'Favourite Newcomer', and 'Most Promising New Act & Best Punk Act', winning the 'Favourite Newcomer' award. In 2006 the band were nominated for two WAMi Awards: 'Most Popular Live Act' and 'Best Male Vocalist', with Citawarman winning the 'Best Male Vocalist Award'. 2006 also saw them sign a record deal with Melbourne-based indie label Dot Dash.

Snowman began recording their self-titled debut album in December 2005 with Perth Producer David Parkin at Blackbird Studios. Snowman was released on 23 September 2006 on Dot Dash Recordings to positive reviews. Singles, 'Smoke & Mirrors', 'You Are A Casino' and 'Swimming With Sharks' were all added to high rotation on Triple J. The album was a local music feature on community radio stations RTRfm in Perth and FBI in Sydney. They toured Australia extensively in the year that followed, playing the national Big Day Out tour, Meredith Music Festival, Laneway Festivals, and supported Liars, Wolf & Cub and The Drones on their respective national tours. Several headline tours soon followed with supports from (the then lesser known) The Temper Trap, and New Zealanders, Batrider.

At the 2007 WAMi Awards Snowman won three WAMI awards for 'Most Popular Album' (Snowman), 'Most Popular Music Video' ("You Are A Casino") and 'Best Rock Act'."You Are A Casino" was released as a limited 7" single in the UK on 25 June 2007 on the Passport Label, through Forte DistributionIn January 2008, Snowman announced that they were recording their second album with David Parkin.On 1 May 2008, Dot Dash released a news article about the new Snowman album, releasing its album cover, track listing, and release date. The Horse, The Rat and The Swan was released on 24 May 2008. It received critical acclaim throughout Australia, polling at number one on the Mess and Noise end of year critic's poll.

and receiving a positive review and honorable mention in Pitchfork Media's end of year poll. It was a local feature album on RTR fm, RRR in Melbourne and FBI community radio stations and was included in several end of year critics polls.

After a national album launch and farewell tour of Australia, Snowman relocated to London in late 2008. They toured the UK and France with the likes of The Drones and PVT. The next two years saw Snowman write and record their follow up to The Horse, The Rat and The Swan with Australian producer Aaron Cupples.

On 23 November 2010, Snowman announced the title, Absence, and track listing of their upcoming album. The album was released on 3 June 2011. Upon its release Snowman formally announced that they had split up.

Band members

Andy Citawarman (b. Indonesia, 1984) – guitar/vocals/violin/keys

Joe McKee (b. England, 1984) – guitar/vocals/gammalan

Olga Hermanniusson (b. Australia, 1983) – bass/vocals/saxophone

Ross DiBlasio (b. Australia 1985) – drums/percussion

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Membres du groupe :   Aditya Citawarman, Ross DiBlasio, Olga Hermanniusson, Joe McKee




- Discographie -

6 albums

Snowman - Inner Light

Inner Light

2019 - Australie
Prog Rock
CD Minimax5 Pistes
Not On Label (snowman)


Snowman - Δbsence

Δbsence

2011 - Australie
Rock Alternatif, Art Rock, No Wave
Album CD8 Pistes
Dot Dash


Snowman - The Horse, The Rat And The Swan

The Horse, The Rat And The Swan

2008 - Australie
No Wave, Experimental
Album CD10 Pistes
Dot Dash


Snowman - Snowman

Snowman

2006 - Australie
Experimental
Album CD13 Pistes
Dot Dash, Inertia


Snowman - You Are A Casino

You Are A Casino

2006 - Australie
Indie Rock
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
The Passport Label


Snowman - Zombies On The Airwaves Of Paris

Zombies On The Airwaves Of Paris

2004 - Australie
Rock Alternatif
Album CD9 Pistes
The Snowman Empire




- Vidéos Snowman -

3 Vidéos





Snowman

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