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LATE 90S AND SPICI WATER'S FAVOURITE COLLABORATIONS

Rust is out now!

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Perth grunge rockers, LATE 90s have enlisted fellow Perth four-piece Spici Water on their new track, Rust. To celebrate the release, the bands have teamed up to share with MILKY their favourite collaborations!


"Rust is an emotionally driven and guitar forward tune about lingering feelings toward a lover long after the ship has sailed." LATE 90s share.


LATE 90'S

BETWEEN YOU & ME - GO TO HELL (FEAT. YOURS TRULY)

Stephen Loreck (Lead Vocals/Guitar): The voices match perfectly on this one! Along with the lyrics, I can't get this song out of my head.


SEETHER & AMY LEE (EVANESCENCE) - BROKEN

Zaac Morgan (Lead Guitar): This tune hails from such an iconic emo time when corny, distorted guitars were in fashion and I miss it!


TEMPLE OF THE DOG - HUNGER STRIKE

Brody Morgan (Bass): Formed from the legendary one-off project between Pearl Jam & Soundgarden, I love the vocal harmonies and combined power from both Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell.


SLOWLY SLOWLY - SAFETY SWITCH (FEAT. BEC STEVENS)

Elliot Lee (Drums): The back and forth between the two vocalists during the verses really helps with the storytelling of the song. One of my go to songs every time I get in the car!






SPICI WATER

RUN-DMC - WALK THIS WAY (FEAT. AEROSMITH)

AJ Goulden (Lead Vocals): Simply the greatest collab of all time. It combined the two popular yet polar opposite genres that seperated people and brought them together by combining rap with rock!


HARUOMI HOSONO, SHIGERU SUZUKI, AND TATSURO YAMASHITA - PACIFIC

Kyle Ha (Guitar): Although it's an album, it's what I love! It captures Spongbob Pacific music vibes with robotic overtones.


NUJABES - LUV(SIC) HEXALOGY

Fred Bjorksten (Bass): A collab album between Japanese producer Nujabes and Japanese-American rapper Shing02. It's a Jazz staple and helped cement the origins of Lo-Fi.


TOM MISCH - WHAT KINDA MUSIC (FEAT. YUSSEF DAYES)

Amber Tandy (Drums): I've always been such a fan of both artists' work separately. I loved that they both came from similar realms of music yet brought new ideas together! Tom's enticing melodies and Yussef's smooth, yet intricate rhythm; the two of them blend perfectly together.



Rust is out now!