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Des Chio

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About Des Chio

Friday the 18th of September saw Melbourne Pop/Rock band Des Chio launch their long awaited single ‘Better Without You’. To celebrate the release of this single and the release of the bands first music video, Des Chio we’re joined by Melbourne folk rock band Woodlock at Glen Waverley Community Centre for an all age’s event that attracted over 150 fans. Tearing into an energetic six song set, the female fronted Des Chio delivered high energy rock with a defined and mature pop music sensibility reminiscent of bands such as Paramore and The 1975. The band opened and finished with new and unreleased songs that showcased their progression as artists as well as playing crowd favourite ‘The Last Time’, switching up the mood with the more sensitive ‘Stay Gone’ and of course playing the single ‘Better Without You’. Channelling guitar heroes of the 80’s, guitarist Danté Peluso ripped into soaring solos with each song as the crowd cheered for more. The atmosphere at Glen Waverley Community centre was alive as fans danced and cheered for all the bands on the line up while Freeza and security staff provided a safe environment for everybody in attendance. The event was a great success and is sure to see Des Chio surge in popularity. With the release of ‘Better Without You’ the young musicians from Melbourne have set a solid foundation for what will surely be a lasting and successful career in the music industry. Des Chio’s ‘Better Without You’ can be purchased from the ITunes store and their debut music video for the single can be viewed on You Tube and the bands various social media pages. Dante Peluso, Jemma Paras, joel Brazil If there's one thing humanity relates to more than a love song, it's a love-gone-wrong song. Music as therapy is something every last one of us understands. The empathy, the catharsis and the release. Delivered in spades by electrifying Melbourne band Des Chio, Better Without You is a testament to the power of a good breakup song. Des Chio are at one of the most exciting stages of a band's existence; the beginning. Everything is new, and there are literally no limitations in sight. The story is unwritten... all the band has to their name is their first generation of songs. As an early introduction to a new band, Better Without You is one hell of a place to start. Better Without You tells a familiar tale – where a lover turns out to be a liar – and it does so with a triumphant, extended middle finger of a chorus. Just the way a breakup song should be... gloves off and throwing haymakers. Building from the ground up with a powerhouse rhythm section, Des Chio add texture to their sound with nimble guitar work, leaving space front-and-centre for vocals to give the band its literal and figurative voice. With a song as good as Better Without You, all that really remains is for a great producer to entice the best performance out of the band and capture it with a few fancy German microphones. More than familiar with this process, producer Jimi Maroudas (The Living End, Eskimo Joe, Pete Murray) has brought Better Without You to a level of sonic fidelity that matches the band's live intensity, capturing the vastness of their sound and the rawness of the emotion at the heart of the song. About donations and Charity work every Christmas- Profits from sales of Merch every year are collated and saved, then contributed to purchasing musical instruments for kids out there that need a hand and that want to learn an instrument but cannot afford to. We have worked with Headspace Australia and Anglicare and also with a number of other organisations over the years. We work closely with local business to help with purchasing instruments and also closely with the organisations to make sure that the correct instruments are distributed to the right precipitant.
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Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Pop
Hometown:
Australia

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About Des Chio

Friday the 18th of September saw Melbourne Pop/Rock band Des Chio launch their long awaited single ‘Better Without You’. To celebrate the release of this single and the release of the bands first music video, Des Chio we’re joined by Melbourne folk rock band Woodlock at Glen Waverley Community Centre for an all age’s event that attracted over 150 fans. Tearing into an energetic six song set, the female fronted Des Chio delivered high energy rock with a defined and mature pop music sensibility reminiscent of bands such as Paramore and The 1975. The band opened and finished with new and unreleased songs that showcased their progression as artists as well as playing crowd favourite ‘The Last Time’, switching up the mood with the more sensitive ‘Stay Gone’ and of course playing the single ‘Better Without You’. Channelling guitar heroes of the 80’s, guitarist Danté Peluso ripped into soaring solos with each song as the crowd cheered for more. The atmosphere at Glen Waverley Community centre was alive as fans danced and cheered for all the bands on the line up while Freeza and security staff provided a safe environment for everybody in attendance. The event was a great success and is sure to see Des Chio surge in popularity. With the release of ‘Better Without You’ the young musicians from Melbourne have set a solid foundation for what will surely be a lasting and successful career in the music industry. Des Chio’s ‘Better Without You’ can be purchased from the ITunes store and their debut music video for the single can be viewed on You Tube and the bands various social media pages. Dante Peluso, Jemma Paras, joel Brazil If there's one thing humanity relates to more than a love song, it's a love-gone-wrong song. Music as therapy is something every last one of us understands. The empathy, the catharsis and the release. Delivered in spades by electrifying Melbourne band Des Chio, Better Without You is a testament to the power of a good breakup song. Des Chio are at one of the most exciting stages of a band's existence; the beginning. Everything is new, and there are literally no limitations in sight. The story is unwritten... all the band has to their name is their first generation of songs. As an early introduction to a new band, Better Without You is one hell of a place to start. Better Without You tells a familiar tale – where a lover turns out to be a liar – and it does so with a triumphant, extended middle finger of a chorus. Just the way a breakup song should be... gloves off and throwing haymakers. Building from the ground up with a powerhouse rhythm section, Des Chio add texture to their sound with nimble guitar work, leaving space front-and-centre for vocals to give the band its literal and figurative voice. With a song as good as Better Without You, all that really remains is for a great producer to entice the best performance out of the band and capture it with a few fancy German microphones. More than familiar with this process, producer Jimi Maroudas (The Living End, Eskimo Joe, Pete Murray) has brought Better Without You to a level of sonic fidelity that matches the band's live intensity, capturing the vastness of their sound and the rawness of the emotion at the heart of the song. About donations and Charity work every Christmas- Profits from sales of Merch every year are collated and saved, then contributed to purchasing musical instruments for kids out there that need a hand and that want to learn an instrument but cannot afford to. We have worked with Headspace Australia and Anglicare and also with a number of other organisations over the years. We work closely with local business to help with purchasing instruments and also closely with the organisations to make sure that the correct instruments are distributed to the right precipitant.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Alternative, Pop
Hometown:
Australia

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