Crocodylus

Crocodylus

Behind the Scenes: Sydney’s Crocodylus take on Ginkin and a debut album

November 19, 2020

Out from under the wreckage of closed venues and cancelled gigs, Sydney’s unruly punk trio, Crocodylus are hurtling toward the end of the year with a new tour and a scattering of new tunes. After holing themselves up in the idyllic and icy regional town of Ginkin, NSW, fuelled by a burning fire and plenty […]

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Track of the Day: Crocodylus “Social Climber” (2020)

September 18, 2020

Today’s Track of the Day is something that is sure to get the blood pumping. Three-piece garage rock band Crocodylus have just released their latest single “Social Climber” and it’s an absolute blast. The track lures you in with its catchy guitar hook at the start and takes you to some unusual places from there. All […]

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Exclusive: Sydney’s Crocodylus walk us through their fan focussed new EP Enjoy

October 24, 2019

Late last month raucous Sydney trio Crocodylus dropped their latest EP: Enjoy. Featuring singles “Ghosts” and “Adrenaline”, the seven track EP gives fans everything they’ve come to expect from the band: tempo changes upon tempo changes, grungy riffs and plenty of swagger.  Currently out on the road touring on the back of the EP’s release, […]

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Tour Diary: Crocodylus take us behind the scenes on their recent East Coast tour with Bleeding Knees Club

December 18, 2018

Rapidly becoming one of Sydney’s most in-demand bands, Crocodylus recently embarked on an Australian tour with fresh, coastal songs drenched in their signature sixties style. You might already be across their recent single “My Baby”. Already, the band has played with the likes of Hockey Dad, ORB, The Lemon Twigs (USA), The Bennies and more, […]

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Track of the Day: Crocodylus “My Baby” (2018)

August 27, 2018

Rapidly becoming one of Sydney’s favourite trios, the boys from Crocodylus are back with a fresh, coastal song drenched in their signature sixties style. “My Baby” shies away from their usual blistering tracks, yet the raw, infectious melody is sure to become a crowd pleaser (or a crowd breather, if you’ve ever been in the […]

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