The Steinbecks

The Steinbecks
 

The Steinbecks emerged from the ashes of ’90s indie pop act The Sugargliders, after the ’gliders had released ten 7” singles, including six for legendary English label Sarah Records. The Australian brothers at the heart of the group, Josh and Joel Meadows, write emotionally honest pop songs about the world as they experience it. They record them with multi-instrumentalists Matt Sigley (Earthmen, Daytime Frequency), Joseph Bromley, and Jerry Rinse.

matinée releases:
At Arkaroo Rock 7" EP
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August 2013
At Arkaroo Rock 7" EP
A Sunday Matinée CD
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November 2013
A Sunday Matinée CD
     
other releases:
  • Far from the Madding Crowd CD (Microindie / Popboomerang, 2007)
  • Branches & Fronds Brushing the Windows CD (Microindie / Low Transit Industries, 2003)
  • Recorded Music Salon LP/CD (Drive-In Records, 2000)
  • From the Wrestling Chair to the Sea 10”/CD (Summershine Records, 1998)
  • 2-Star Motel / How Near or How Far split 7” with Buddha on the Moon (Drive-In Records, 1997)
  • Apollo / Mr. Mutual Respect 7” (Summershine Records, 1995)
  • At Home & Abroad with The Steinbecks CD (Summershine Records, 1994)
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