Cornstalk are honoured to be representing at this years Sound Station Music & Arts Festival held in Newcastle NSW.
This festival is all about giving you the chance to come out and support local, live music.
Right now, the future of live music venues is under threat and we need your support to make sure
everyone knows how important live music is to Newcastle.
Join us on Saturday, 4th April - Don't just love live music.... Become part of the legacy by joining us at the Sound Station Music & Arts Festival
Cornstalk’s ‘Pennies Fall’ is here, so if nothing else, this means that at long last, the intoxicating ‘One Chance’ is immortalised on disc. Usually a staple set opener, the studio recording completely captures the songs Eastern leanings (in a similar style to The Tea Party), while the title track gives a nice passing nod to The Black Crowes. This is an album of contrasts though, as ‘Intuition’ is reminiscent of early Pearl Jam (but with much cleaner vocals), and while all the songs on this album are positive and uplifting, ‘Back Off’ contains loads of raw aggression (but is still strangely empowering). This sound may not seem too accessible to fans of the Top 40, but anyone with any sort of admiration of the blues and roots genres will relish this release.
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