For those lucky enough to have secured a booking, they will be able to ring in the New Year with a dose of retro goodness from the Breed at the Italian Club in North Hobart. We wish everyone a great New Year, and hope to catch you at one of our gigs in 2021.
Tom Hilton from Aldora Britain Records has reviewed The Breed’s Album “Play My Game” in issue 29 of their e-zine. Thanks again for another great review Tom.
And here’s the complete version of issue 29 from Aldora Britain Records:
A B Records Issue 29 (2020)
Another interview with the Breed is featured in the latest e-zine from Aldora Britain Records.
Frontman Wayne Crisp returns to the pages of the magazine where Tom Hilton interviews him for issue 16 to delve into the Breed’s back catalogue. They discuss the Breed’s 2016 Long Player called “Play My Game” and 60s Pop Culture.(Pages 20-23)
Tom Hilton from Aldora Britain Records has reviewed The Breed’s Album “Pop Song” in issue 14 of their e-zine. Thanks for the great review Tom.
And here’s the complete version of issue 14 from Aldora Britain Records:
An Interview with the Breed is featured in the latest e-zine from Aldora Britain Records.
Tom Hilton from Aldora Britain Records interviews Tasmanian mod rockers The Breed! Frontman Wayne chats to us about the evolution of the band, the current line up which features prog rock royalty, and about the deeper meanings in some of their tracks! (Pages 38-43)
With the release of “Pop Song”, it’s time to get set for another dose of original retro 60s garage pop from The Breed.
“Pop Song” is the Fourth album from the Breed, containing 14 original handcrafted catchy retro pop tunes. After all, everybody loves a good Pop Song and here’s 14 of them.
Just like their 3rd release called, “Play My Game”, The album “Pop Song” is available to purchase as either a digital download, a CD or a limited edition 12 inch Vinyl LP.
Don’t miss out! Order your copy now
Thanks to AVEO for including The Breed as part of their AVEO Rocks Tour 2019. It was a great afternoon for all those who were there. Thanks also go to the members of The Tassie Rockers for some fancy footwork to the Breed beat.