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"Time Off E.P. review"

Modern Music are onto another great thing with the debut EP of these Brisbane-based Triple J darlings. They cleverly deliver an eclectic mix of rock, funk and rap, all executed with the greatest of confidence and tongue in cheek wit.

Their unrelenting energy is captured perfectly on ‘Steriophile’ and ‘Junk’ while ‘James’ provides a quieter moment showcasing superb songwriting. ‘Revolution’ features sexy bass and a catchy riff before ending a notch or two higher with ‘Superfly’. Their unrelenting musicianship is captured here along with the kind of energy that really can’t be taught. Their MySpace blurb sums it up: “these guys have a band and they know what to do with it.” (BP)
- B.P.


Under the name "Douglas Fir" Stereophile released an EP in Australia that was distributed through Sony-BMG. Due to the name change and relocation to Los Angeles the EP was pulled off sale. The band is currently working on their upcoming album with music Guru Andrew Scheps in Los Angeles.



Stereophile, from Los Angeles (formerly from Australia)is a funk/rock three-piece band (formed in 2001) with a polished and powerful sound. The band’s individual talents and enthusiasm combined create a band that performs their recorded sound live.

With influences like The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Apollo 440, 311, Rage Against The Machine, Lenny Kravitz & Funkadelic —think funk meets rock, with a slice of pop… Lyrically, Stereophile captures life, love, and everything in between with cautionary tales with tongue-in-cheek observations. The band has the unique ability to freely express their perception of life and its circumstances.

Stereophile has showcased at the 2007 Atlantis Music Conference & 2007 Mid Point Music Festival. The band has also performed @ notable venues such as The Viper Room, Whiskey A Go Go, House of Blues, and other historic venues.

Their freshman EP recorded with producers Stuart Niven at Modern Music and Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Iggy Pop, The Rolling Stones, Audioslave, The Mars Volta, and Limp Bizkit) and mastered by John Paterno was released and distributed through Sony-BMG.

Stereophile shared the stage in Australia with The Living End,Thirsty Merc,Butterfly Effect,Royal Crown Revue,Hoodoo Gurus,Mental as Anything,Screaming Jet. The band will share the stage with Electric Six in Oct 2007