“Think late 70’s NY art punk” – Turbo Nun
There’s a studied quality to the shuffling indie rock this band are making. Like, if your cool older cousin put this on a mixtape for you between bands you’d only ever read about like Guided By Voices and Television you wouldn’t bat an eyelid. – triple j
“Propulsive garage full with fuzz and emotion” – Trouble Juice
“Touches of the muscly end of something like The Go-Betweens canon – which probably sits them comfortably alongside Rolling Blackout CF and that ilk of good #Strayan product” – TheMusic.com.au
“Relying on a great voice and an eclectic talent pool to elevate them to The National like indie-rock stardom” – Dircksey Magazine
“There’s a rich seam of dark and wonderful art” – The Underground Stage
“What’s not to love?” – Forté Magazine
“Without sounding like Galaxie 500, American Music Club or even The Smiths, something calls up to them… but from the present” – Mula Blanca
“A ‘watch this space’ band and sound!” – OPMG
“Brutal” – Indie Rocks Magazine
Goodnight Japan is a band from Sydney, Australia formed in 2016 by songwriter Abel Ibanez G. (Founder and Co-Editor of ERRR Magazine), bass player Gemma Conroy (international model and science journalist) and Jenny Broke the Window drummer, Joel van Gastel.
We are currently working on our soon-to-be-released EP.