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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia | MAJOR

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Produced by Magoo/Intercooler
Recorded & Mixed at Black Box Recording
Mastered by William Bowden at King Willy Sound

Forever Or Whatever
Plus One/Shock
Released Feb 24 2007

1. Sail This Into Me
2. Destiny
3. Carving Others
4. All Coming Back To Me
5. Wasted My Day
6. Situations
7. Futures Created
8. Come Back Down
9. Navigate This
10. Move From My Way
11. Pop Clothes
12. Hold Me Again
13. My Problem
14. Ok Girl

Produced by Magoo/Intercooler except * produced by Paul 'Woody' Annison Mastered by Dave Neil

Dance Of A Thousand Promises
Plus One / Shock (P102)
Released Oct 2004

1. Lovin' And Leavin'
2. If I Try*
3. Cream Puff
4. Sugarplum
5. You're Not Gonna Hurt Us Again

Old School Is The New School Re-issue Album
Silent Echo/MGM
Released June 2006

New tracklisting with bonus tracks:

1. Goodness Of The Girl
2. Tea Ball
3. Emo
4. For Said
5. Good Friend
6. It's Like A Girl
7. Crimson Cracker
8. Country
9. Leaflet
10. Delicious
11. Timothy Tucker Part II
12. Daniel And The Machine
13. If You'd Seen

Goodness of the Girl and Leaflet Lifted from the debut album Old School Is The New School (RA108)
Recorded by Jeff Lovejoy
Mastered at Studio 301 by Steve Smart
Additional mastering by Dave Neil

Goodness of the Girl
Rhythm Ace Records/MGM
Released Sept 2002

1. Goodness Of The Girl
2. Leaflet
3. Tea Ball
4. Country
5. It's Like A Girl

Recorded and mixed by Jeff Lovejoy at Rockinghorse, Arctic, Red Zeds and Black Box studios.
Mastered at Studios 301 by Steve Smart.



Summer is about to get a whole lot cooler...

In what is going to be one of the most hotly anticipated independent releases on the Summer music calendar, Brisbane's favorite indie popsters, Intercooler, are proudly embracing their past and looking bravely forward to the future with their new forthcoming long player on the horizon for September 2011.

‘In New York recently, they rated Brisbane as one of the cities to watch for new music. Is it too much to suggest Intercooler may be one of the reasons why **** 4 out of 5 Fasterlouder

Intercooler are doffing a hat to their roots with the gents playing again as a quasi-reunion with return of axeslinger Michael Caso. Augmenting the line-up that set off the whole Intercooler shebang in 2002 with the release of their critically and popularly acclaimed debut long player Old School Is The New School, are the additions to the band with new Drummer Graham... who is known for bashing the skins with Sydney popsters Peabody filling the void after the departure of former skinbasher Damon Cox (who has been tripping the light fantastic with his new full- time project and favourite of such indie royalty as Tegan & Sara and Silversun Pickups, An Horse, of late) and the arrival of Chrissy... adding a new rounded pop angle to the bands guitar sound .

‘What Intercooler is peddling should be made illegal, because kids across the country are going to get addicted to their sizzling pop hooks.’ Time Off Magazine

With the past in perspective and the future in their sights, Intercooler regroup with their current line-up and prepare to release their third full length album

‘Intercooler have set their sights high, and any music fan should be happy with the results’ Drum Magazine
the pop sensibility is still there but it’s just different.

About Intercooler....

First coming together in 2001, Intercooler have achieved feats that most bands can only dream of. The brainchild of vocalist and guitarist Phil Ballantyne, drummer Damon Cox, guitarist Michael Caso (later replaced by Darek Mudge) and bassist Joel Potter, Intercooler released their first critically acclaimed set, Old School Is The New School, in 2002. It's release started off a chain-reaction of success for the band including national tours with the likes of The Living End, Dallas Crane as well as scoring the lads coveted support slots with international heavyweights Teenage Fanclub, The Buzzcocks and Gomez.

Continuing its progress, Intercooler went on to play the Big Day Out and Livid festivals in 2003. That same year the band also toured the US and supported Red Hot Chili Peppers and Queens Of The Stone Age. With such a positive response from US audiences, Intercooler headed back to the US in 2004 and 2005 for further tours. Somewhere amongst all this activity, the boys managed to release their EP Dance Of A Thousand Promises. This was also a hit, spending 41 weeks in the top 20 of the Australian Independent Charts. Add to this the track “All Coming Back to Me” being added to multiple TV shows such as the series ’10 Things I Hate About You’, “DeGrassi High, 90210 and more, it was clear Intercooler had made their mark. Not only that, but the song was Indie Film Clip of the Week on Rage recently, so it is still grabbing listeners years later!

2006 saw the boys play the Big Day Out again and produce their second album, Forever Or Whatever in 2007, which was lovingly overseen by Magoo (Midnight Oil, Regurgitator, Butterfingers), that saw the band evolve their style and cement themselves in the hearts and minds of the Australian indie pop loving public.