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SubAudible Hum

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"Babysue Review of In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow"

SubAudible Hum - In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow (CD, Low Transit Industries, Progressive)
We couldn't sum up this band any better than one line from the press release that accompanied this disc: "Having
purged much of their structural and self-imposed stylistic constraints the SubAudible Hum sound is now less
definable than ever." While spinning this CD the first time, we kept wondering what category these songs should
belong in. But after a few songs...we just couldn't quite figure out the correct genre for this band...because they don't
easily fit into any specific field. Progressive probably best encapsulates all of the sounds and ideas so... If you're the
kind of person who wants one specific kind of song from one specific kind of band, chances are you will probably
hate SubAudible Hum. The band's music is way too esoteric for the casual listener. But it is also probably too
unpredictable for most fans of the underground. In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow is a truly artsy album.
One song may sound nothing like the next...while the next song might sound slightly similar to the last. As the band
jumps in and out of different styles, they have somehow managed to come up with an album that is, overall, very
listenable and magnetic (?!). No small feat, that. Twelve peculiar tracks from a band that refuses to cater to the
whims of others. Very interesting stuff. Definitely unpredictable. (Rating: 5++) - Babysue USA

"Clash Review of In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow"

Originating from Australia, SubAudible Hum are testament to the fact that
sensible pop melodies can be eloquently whisked into a hybrid alongside
gloomy and melancholic overcast dispositions. Songs such as ‘Plankton
Vs Krill’ show the band at their most restrained and ambient best; creat-
ing a whirlwind of platonic vibes that would provide the perfect backdrop
for any late night inner-city stroll. As the album progresses it becomes
apparent that it simply goes from strength to strength; resulting in a thor-
oughly rewarding listening experience that is as much challenging as it is
quite bloody marvellous.
- Clash Music USA


2005: "Everything You Heard Is True" album
2006: "Sugarcoat "digital single
2006: "All For The Caspian" ep
2006: "In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow" album
2007: "Aaron's Western Assault" digital single
2007: "Aaron's Western Assault" limited ed. dvd
2008: "Tokyo, Craigieburn and The Moon" digital single
2009: as yet untitled album #3 due out August



SubAudible Hum is one of those bands that strives to create interesting music, and in doing so tends to avoid any easy descriptions. Their complicated style is indicated by recent tours and supports with acts as diverse as ELBOW, U.N.K.L.E., TONI COLLETTE AND THE FINISH, OKKERVIL RIVER, ART OF FIGHTING, and many more over the past 6 years.
Hailing form Melbourne, Australia, SubAudible Hum have risen to national and international recognition without any major label support and very little marketing, outlining the power of their songwriting and production team. SubAudible Hum's second album "In Time For Spring, On Came The Snow" immediately gained national high rotation and loads of critical acclaim including a nomination for the J Award for Album of the Year in 2006. Check out for more on the band.