Bristling with warm static from the 90’s underground, TV HAZE emerge from Melbourne’s suburbs with ‘Scrap Museum’ - a soulful and nostalgic journey into sepia-toned, hook filled sonic rock.
“True to their name, TV Haze look back to classic ‘90s indie rock through a wavering lens of distortion and fuzz returning from their vision quest with a ruddy arsenal of mud-caked hooks. Their brooding grogginess opens a direct channel to the avalanched grandeur of bands like Dinosaur Jr and The Wrens. Between the gurgling thrust of ‘Dexter’ and the hangdog melodicism of ‘Under the Coach’, Scrap Museum is the syrupy sound of wrung-out emotional release.” - Doug Wallen
Recorded at Bakehouse & Baynton Shack Studios with Sean Callanan and mastered by Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Total Control). Original collage artwork by Steve Tierney.