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Enth Degree

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia | SELF

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia | SELF
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"Enth Degree to Conquer OZ"

Newspapers, Radio and Television Press:
Published:
Tully Times, “Darwin band coming to Tully” 19th July 2012 p. 7
RESIDENT Magazine, Marcelis, M. ”Rising Territory Talent” May-Nov 2012, p. 289
Kuter,N. ”Entertainment to the Enth Degree” Central Western Daily, 17th May 2012 p. 29
Gailer, L. ”Taking it to Enth Degree” Gympie Times, 2nd June 2012 p. 14
Gailer, L. ”Emerging talent on tour” Gympie Times, 1st June 2012 p. 12
Alice Live, Boon, C. ”Enth Degree Back on Tour” Centralian Advocate, 30th March 2012 p. 11
Friday Entertainment , ”Enth Degree” Tennant & District Times, 30th March 2012 p. 2
Friday Fix,Edwards, C. ”Brothers set to conquer Oz” NT News, 30th March 2012 p. 40
Times Entertainment, “Australia Day Ball” Katherine Times, 1st Feb 2012 p.16 17
Friday Fix,Edwards, C. ”Blokes rocking classics” NT News, 27th Jan 2012 p. 33
Turner, E. “Bulls, bikinis and a bucking good time”, NT News, 31st Dec 2011 p. 3
Special Feature. “Young people learn to take control”, NT News, 30th Dec 2011 p. 8
Friday Fix,Edwards, C. ”Big climax before hitting the road” NT News, 4th Nov 2011 p. 33
Darwin Life Zine, Vukasovic,E. ”Bulls & Broncs to the Enth Degree” September 2011 p. 106 107
Darwin Life Magazine, Vukasovic,E. ”We Will Rock You” August 2011 p. 102 104
Friday Fix, ”ACCA/DACCA rolls in to rock Darwin with support from Enth Degree ” NT News, 29st July 2011 p. 43
Friday Fix,Edwards, C. ”Boys who really Rock” NT News, 29st July 2011 p. 43
Friday Fix,Edwards, C. ”Red Hot Blues bigger & better” NT News, 24st June 2011 p. 45
Friday Fix, ”Heavy metal fans screaming to meet their TerrorFest Fate” NT News, 24st June 2011 p. 45
Entertainment, ”the Noonamah XXXX Gold Rodeo” NT News, 28st May 2011 p. 36
CDU marks students’ success, “Making history, Head start for muso” NT News, 21st May 2011 p. 10
Friday Fix, Turner,E. “Rock Thunder Hits Town” NT News, 15th April 2011 p. 34
Friday Fix, Byrne,C. “Bargain Hunters turn up to meet” Sunday Territorian 15th April 2011 p. 34
Freds Pass Show, “Roll up”, Sunday Territorian, 8th May 2011 p. 58
Music Festival, “Darwin’s a buzz with red-hot fest”, NT News, 6th May 2011 p. 35
Freds Pass Show, “It’s one big rural showcase”, The Sun, 4th May 2011 p.16 & 17
Friday Fix, Edwards, C. “Rockers Back on a Roll” NT News, 21st April 2011 p. 32
Friday Fix, “Local bands’ big weekend”, NT News, 25th March 2011 p. 38
Museum & Art Gallery of the NT, “Innocence” Enth Degree Film Clip Accepted into Yr 12 Exit Art Exhibition 25th Feb 2011
Friday Fix, Edwards, C. “To the Enth Degree”, NT News, 11th Feb 2011 p. 35 &36
Friday Fix, Edwards, C. “Taking it to max”, NT News, 11th Feb 2011 p. 36
McCartney, D. “Soak up the Atmosphere”, NT News, 21st Jan 2011 p. 43
National Youth Week, “Epic time as bands rock in”, NT News, 8th April 2010 p. 28
Friday Fix, “Winnebago warriors hit highway”, NT News, 5th Feb 2010 p. 38
Time Out, “The boys are back in town”, The Cairns Post, 14th Jan 2010 p. 22
Entertainment Today, “Enth Degree at Gilligans”, The Cairns Post, 13th Jan 2010 p. 29
Top Pics, “What got you clicking”, The Weekend Post, Cairns 9th Jan 2010 p. 30
McCartney, D. “Kabam packs a punch for the kids”, NT News, 30th Nov 2009 p. 11
Social Butterflies, “Stars in their eyes at gala”, NT News, 9th Aug 2009 p. 54
Business Week, “Agency toasts successes”, NT News, 29th July 2009 p. 31
Bourcheir, D. “Aussie acts to cover all bases at festival”, NT News, 23rd May 2009 p. 20 & 21
Friday Fix, Hainke, N. “Rising by Degree”, NT News, 22nd May 2009 p. 27
Bourcheir, D. “Countdown ticking for “Loud Day Out”, NT News, 9th May 2009 p. 7
Entertainment, “Enth Degree, Aviators break BASS” BITG”, Darwin Sun, 6th May 2009 p.15
Debney,T. “Kids rock Happy Yess”, NT News, 2nd May 2009 p. 7
Friday Fix, “Teacher stringing ‘em along” NT News, 1st May 2009 p.34
Friday Fix, Langford, B. “Second Coming”, NT News, 26th September 2008 p.35
Friday Fix, Dyer, P. “Enth Degree Raises Bar” NT News, 26th September 2008 p. 37

Published Cont’d:
lifeStyle, “SUNDAYsession” Howard Springs Tavern NT News, 31st August 2008 p.47
Casuarina Senior College, “Adult Night Classes, didge lessons” 5th August 2008 p.1
Betts, A. “Night classes to cater for all pursuits” 28th July 2008 p.8
Friday Fix, Langford, B. “Rock of Ages”, 2nd May 2008 p.31
Friday Fix, Bourchier, D. “Happy students rock”, 2nd May 2008 p. 33
Friday Fix, “Young Muso’s Rock On” NT News, 21st September 2007 p.35
Langford, B. “Men in Demin” NT News, 3rd August 2007 p.21
Langford, B. “Jam rock in jeans for worthy cause” NT News, 3rd August 2007 p. 23
Kolpondinos, M. “Pushed to the Enth Degree” GRIND, 23rd June 2007 p.9
Langford, B. “Quality line up for Youth Gig” NT News, 15th June 2007 p.26
Brunt, K. “Gardens Rock to the Bass Beat” NT News, 27th May 2007 p.4 & 5
Langford, B. “Home-based acts line up for music festival” NT News, 9th May 2007 p.2
Calacouras, N. “Youngsters Love Old School” NT News, 25th May 2007 p. 7
Friday Fix, Fleet, B. “The incredible of new music save rock’n’roll” NT News, 6th April 2007 p.20
Friday Fix, Langford, B. “5 things to do with your weekend” NT News, 30th March 2007 p.24
Langford, B. “Charity Rocks” NT news, 4th January 2007 p.2.
Friday Fix, “Youth rock at bus stop” NT News, 1st Sept 2006 p.25
Entertainment, “kung fu sing” NT news 5th August 2006 p.31
Friday Fix, “Tha town’s Rockin” NT News 7th April 2006 p.31
Martin, C. Winner, Enth Degree“ Battle of the Bands” 9th September 2005.
NT News, “NT expo Darwin”, 9th July 2005 p.6
Vanderaa, A. “Triple J Enth Degree” Grind youth newspaper, Edition 15 November 2004 p.20
Urvett, T. “New Stars Emerge” Fresh Territory, NT News Sept 2004 p.21
Brennan,C. “The Big gig was Rocking” Grind youth newspaper, Edition 14 May 2004 p.6
Liveris,F. “Youth week to end with Big Gig”, NT News 2nd April 2004 p.2
- NT News


Discography

DEBUT EP TO BE RELEASED IN 3-4 WEEKS:
Self Titled Album: Enth Degree
• Tomorrow Never Comes
• ORGASM*
• Dance Our Lives Away
• Rock The World
• Content For A Lifetime

* ORGASM has been selected as the official theme track for upcoming Sexpo shows in 2013.

Newspapers, Radio and Television Press
Radio
23rd Aug 2012 11:00 am. Cairns AM Far North Queensland, 4CA (John MacKenzie)
10th July 2012 4:00 pm. Cairns FM Far North Queensland, 89.1 (Lindsey Teal)
3rd June 2011 4:00 pm. Territory FM Darwin, 104.1 (Matt Bern)
5th January 2010 8:00am. ABC Radio Far North Queensland, 106.7. (Sam Davis)
9th December 2009 2:30pm. ABC Radio Darwin, 105.7. (Annie Gastin)
4th June 2009 2:30pm. ABC Radio Darwin, 105.7. (Annie Gastin)
28th May 2007 7:00am Radio ABC Darwin 105.7. (Annie Gastin)
25th May 2007 9:00am Radio ABC Darwin 105.7 (Annie Gastin)
April 2004 5.30pm. TRIPLE J, Hack program,103.3 (Brian Crump)

TV
19th January 2011 6:00pm Chanel 9 News, Sponge Gig; (fundraiser for QLD flood victims at the Darwin Entertainment Centre.) (Lisa Pellegrino)
January 2010 6:oopm News Channel 7Doco, 'Knights of Passion' Tour. (Chris Bath) youtube.com/watch?v=2tEGyJ8rrFA
27th May 2007 6:00pm Channel 9 News Bass In The Grass (B.I.T.G).
25th May 2007 6:00pm Channel 9 News BITG

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Bio

ENTH DEGREE STORY

Enth Degree is a Dubstep | High Energy Acoustic ensemble comprised of brothers Aaron and Levi Vanderaa.

Descendants of Rock ‘n’ Roll, classically trained, this artist produces a dubstep cross over that has left a serious cult following in its wake.

At the ages of 21 and 20 respectively, the brothers have already played alongside some of the biggest names in Australian music.

Previous festivals include Mission Evolve Festival, Darwin Blues Festival and Bass In The Grass 2007 & 2009, performing among the likes of The Living End, The Cat Empire, Bliss N Eso, Sneaky Sound System, Jet, Eskimo Joe and Hilltop Hoods.

Every artist is on the continual search for a hook. Aaron and Levi have the unfair advantage of being born with one – a natural creativity and unforgettable stage presence that comes with being the sons of internationally renown designer Cee Sparét, founder of the Orgasm fashion label.

The white hot stage presence of the two striking silhouettes in cutting edge rock couture, hammering out live drums and acoustic guitar over grinding Skrillex-influenced dub, captivates the audience in a way that no other Australian band has before them.

Aaron and Levi encapsulate the very essence of a rockstar.
From their trademark locks, right down to their custom designed leather jeans, Enth Degree turn heads before they even pick up an instrument.

And when they do, their music conveys their contagious energy, charisma and a toxic sex appeal that draws serious attention.

On stage, smiling eyes burn into the crowd as if they already know every single person’s deepest darkest secret. Their lust for music lures unsuspecting followers like the pied piper and leaves them with a fully-fledged addiction to Enth Degree.

Seasoned musicians, Aaron and Levi have been performing since the age of 10 – continually learning, busking, writing, gigging and teaching over the last decade – music has quite literally been a way of life of the Darwin brothers.
Enth Degree is now on their second national tour and will release their debut EP in late 2012.

ENTH DEGREE SOUND

Fans are fascinated, entertained and ultimately captivated by the sensory overload that is the Enth Degree show.

Thanks to an insane collection of vinyls throughout their upbringing, Enth Degree’s appreciation for music is a little less than typical, and so are the artists who have influenced their sound.

As connoisseurs of classic metal, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, AC/DC and Pantera have been huge influences on Aaron and Levi.

But their inspiration to continually develop as musicians comes from evolutionary artists such as Jojo Mayer, Buddy Rich and Nicolo Paganini, the technical precision of Steve Vai and otherworldly musicianship of Dream Theatre and Queen.

From the current era, Aaron and Levi cite trailblazer Skrillex as a major influence, as well as acoustic artists such as Jack Johnson.

Take their word for it:
‘Their music could be likened to a sonic boom in the next town rattling an unsuspecting hornet’s nest that was built on a giant slinkey. Yes, that’s right. It’s got balls… You’re not snorting kryptonite, that sound you can hear is the future of Australian music, legends in the making’. [ Shadowbox ]

‘Amazing vocals – drumming – guitar playing and blending electronica with raw rock sounds gives them an edge above many acts I've seen around the traps’. [ Gus Fernandez | Entertainment Manager | The Union Jack ]

'the boys have a huge future ahead of them...no doubt I'll be hearing them on Triple J soon [Gus Fernandez | Entertainment Manager | The Union Jack]

'you guys are going to be massive'. [Kyle Sandilands | Australian Radio & TV Personality]