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Deep Sea Arcade


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Deep Sea Arcade are a five-piece indie rock band from Sydney, Australia. History: Deep Sea Arcade began as a songwriting and home recording project for founding members and schoolmates Nic McKenzie and Nick Weaver when they were in their midteens. After years developing a large catalogue of demo recordings McKenzie and Weaver recruited guitarists Tim Chamberlain and Simon Relf and drummer Carlos Adura to complete the band's line-up. In 2008, the band's first single "Crouch End" gained support from radio stations Triple J and FBi. They then won the Hopetoun Homebake Incentive competition and were given a slot on the 2008 Homebake festival bill. The following single "Don't Be Sorry" received significant airplay on Triple J as well and was included on their 2009 debut, the Don't Be Sorry EP, released on record label Speak N Spell. The EP tracks were recorded both at home and at Sydney's BJB Studios with producer Simon Berkfinger (Philadelphia Grand Jury). In September 2010, the band...


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