The Houses
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The Houses

Band Rock Blues


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Debut Album: "Uncle Fever + Aunt Ammonia



Big things are happening for the houses' right now with the release of their debut album "UNCLE FEVER & AUNT AMMONIA" out now. Uncle Fever & Aunt Ammonia is available Capricorn Leading Edge Records, Geelong and at gigs for $20

The Houses', formerly know as ‘The Little Green Houses’, formed in early 2005 initially as a collaboration between long-time friends Blaise Adamson and Lucas Skinner (check out their grade 2 photo on their myspace page, they were in the same class!).

Soon they were joined by Drummer and percussionist Tim Richards, friend and neighbour of Lucas. Over the years The Houses' music has grown and changed into a fantastic mix of blues and alternative rock, driving riffs and gripping vocals that is demonstrated in their latest album

This three-piece band (plus guest musician Stu Mackenzie) has been influenced by their town (Geelong, Vic) and community as well as the Surf Coast and the other circle of blues bands and alternative artists such as Xavier Rudd and locals ‘Sleep Decade’. With many friends in the music scene and lots of encouragement from family and the Courthouse Youth Arts centre that discovered them busking and arranged their first gig. The Houses went on to win the Queenscliff Music festival ‘Foot-In-the-door’ competition which helped them record some demo CDs in preparation for their first Album. The Houses’ also won the reputable ‘Kool Skools’ competition in 2007, earning them some educational studio time at Studio 52.

All up and coming show dates will be promotion of the release of the new album, ‘Uncle Fever + Aunt Ammonia”.

For more information, promotions requests, booking details or to set up an interview, please contact our manager at Spinning Half Studios (, Steven J Nichols, by phone: 0412782876 or email: Also, feel free to add the band to your myspace friends at and leave them some feedback.