The Tunstalls
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The Tunstalls

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"Resonate Heat2 Review"

"A brutal, hard blues rock sound. Some of the grooves even have a Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave quality. Definitely some echoes of very early Sabbath. Loving the use of the harmonica.
You guys are very marketable!!!. No issues with image/look. Garage rock and raw blues maintains a strong audience, ie. Vasco Eva, Black Keys etc. Try contacting the management of those types of bands, record a really professional EP and get it to independent distributors like Shiny, Inertia, Shock, MGM. It’s worth making yourself known. F***ing awesome drumming too." - Nick Milligan (editor: Reverb Street Press)

"Resonate Heat2 Review"

"These guys own the stage and demand attention. Super confident and the music backs them up 100%. Great rhythm section, they locked in with each other really well. The vocals sounded fantastic and the guitarist pulled off a great sound. Stick with it guys, you really have something good going and keep churning out good old fashioned Rock n’ Roll." - Harmonie Harris (Newcastle Music Week, Rosies School of Rock)


The Tunstalls are currently working on their first ep to be released at the beginning of 2009.
One of their debut tracks "The Get Along Song" is played on newcastle radio station 105.3 New FM. This track was recorded in their living room using minimal equipment.



The Tunstalls were formed in early 2007 before any of the members could play their instrument. It is this unique bond that sets their music apart from other bands. Once formed The Tunstalls set about writing songs that they wanted to hear, not the indie pop rock that was flooding the air waves and the local music scene at the time. With influences like The Black Keys, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon, Buffalo Killers, and Captain Beefheart plus the classic rock bands like Led Zep, The Tunstalls created unpretencious sounds that move audiences and shake venue foundations. The Tunstalls have since played gigs in Newcastle, Sydney, Maitland and the Central Coast, including support shows for some of their favorite bands like The Fumes, The Vasco Era, Whiskey Go Go's, Rogerthat, and Dallas Frasca.
Their live show is relentless and full of energy, often taking songs through unexpected twists and turns to keep audiences captivated.