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"Time Off"

"best known for their animated and tight live sets..." - March 2005

"Rave Magazine"

"...distinguished not only by this unique stylistic cross-pollination but also by the group's awesome musicianship." - March 2005

"Tsunami Magazine"

"... guitar-driven Aussie rock with polished melodies and vocals. There are only three of them but due mainly to their confident playing rather than production techniques, they have a big sound. This EP perfectly showcases what Transport is all about and if diversity helps you survive, then these guys are in good shape." - June 2005

"Review of Self-titled EP"


This is the second release from Brisbane three-piece Transport, coming on the back of their 2004 debut 'Safe, No Rebounds'. The EP - adorned with striking Mambo-meets-early-1990s-Crowded-House artwork - gets off to a great start with Sunday Driver which, apart from sounding like the bastard love child of The Police and Regurgitator, not only makes for a great lead single due to its downright catchy chorus ("I'm just another one of those Sunday drivers") but also because it manages to encapsulate Transport's groove-heavy, power-pop sound in the space of just a couple of minutes. However, Sunday Driver is only one side of what Transport do. Soda Pop brings out the band's funkier side with its blend of Chilli Peppers-style guitar licks, slap bass and million-mile-an-hour hip-hop styled vocals. The mellower funk breakdown of Butterflies allows the listener to breathe for a few minutes before the bass-heavy Primus-influenced Digital Glitch brings the EP to a close.

Creative songwriting is definitely one of Transport's strengths and the slick, ballsy production only serves to further capture the set of punchy groove-driven pop songs that they have assembled. I found Transport's sound roughly reminiscent of the groove-heavy, hip-hop crossover area that Butterfingers and locals Snap To Zero inhabit, with a wide mix of influences and their refreshingly unconventional approach to crafting tunes helping Transport to stand apart from the current wave of Franz Ferdinand-alikes.

Simon Foster - dbMAG


Stonehearted (Single 2006)

Transport (EP 2005, Shock Records) features singles "Sunday Driver" and "Shallow"

Safe No Rebounds (EP 2004)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Musically, Australia is at the crossroads of the US and the UK.
Imagine melodic British New Wave colliding head-on with the powerful, riffy guitars of American Classic Rock. Throw in occasional Hip-Hop vocal stylings and you’re describing Australian band TRANSPORT. One of the most innovative and high-energy rock bands to emerge from Brisbane Australia, a city Billboard magazine (USA) recently cited as one of the top 5 most exciting musical centres in the world.

The three-piece release their debut album “The Inner Chimp” in 2007 building upon two successful independent EPs.

“The Inner Chimp” is a fun album, a high-energy romp with a unique sound and satirical lyrics. The album fills all the musical gaps between Talking Heads - XTC - Black Sabbath – Eminem. Whilst always firmly retaining the TRANSPORT sound. The “The Inner Chimp” produced by Caleb James is available for worldwide licensing deals NOW!

The first single off “The Inner Chimp” is “(The People) Have Spoken” an infectious, high-energy rock dance-floor anthem and is scheduled for a UK and worldwide online release May 14th 2007.

The Self- Titled “TRANSPORT EP” :
• Released in Australia - October 2005 through Shock Records
• Released in UK - September 2006 through MSR
Achieved the following impressive results:
• “Sunday Driver” received high rotation on Kerrang Radio UK
• “Sunday Driver” secured a position in the Kerrang online Top 40.
• “Sunday Driver” won the coveted "Fresh Meat" slot on Zane Rowe's BBC Radio 1show
• “Sunday Driver” and “Shallow” added to rotation on Australia’s national alternative youth network Triple J
• “Sunday Driver” achieved #7 on the Triple J online listeners poll.
• “Shallow” achieved #1 on the Triple J online listeners poll.
• “Sunday Driver” was the "Most Requested Song" on JJJ Super Requests
• “Sunday Driver” holds the record for the most downloaded track in the history of Triple J with 23, 556 downloads.

• The videos for both "Sunday Driver"and "Shallow" and were broadcast for several consecutive weeks Nationally in Australia on Rage and MTV and across Australasia on Nightlife Music Video in 1000+ venues.

Live, TRANSPORT are a force to be reckoned with – consistently delivering tight, furious, high energy performances.

Airplay in hand with constant touring and a strong online presence has created fiercely loyal TRANSPORT fans all over the world - they currently 15,300+ myspace fans and climbing.

TRANSPORT are : Keir Nuttall (vocals/guitar)
Scott Saunders (bass/vocals)
Steve Pope (drums/vocals).