THE IRRESPONSIBLES  - Our Reverb Nation Weekly Featured Artist

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Good rock music has a sense of wild abandonment and irresponsibilty, an aura of naughtiness surrounding it. Band's like The Irresponsibles bring back the glory days of bands like Blondie to the forefront of your mind. This is just good music, it rocks with memorable hooks and irresistable female vocals. You gotta love bands like this!

If you were to wander the city streets, searching for a pulse amidst the ribbons of uncertainty you would find them. If you have ever had moments of silliness, craziness, happiness sided with complete breakdown, obtainable love & love lost, it’s time to meet The Irresponsibles. Set your mind at ease as their songs take you on a journey of spirit.

Having graced the back-alley stages of Adelaide, South Australia’s iconic rock venues since mid 2007, The Irresponsibles deliver a show of energised rock dashed with multi-genre influence. The Irresponsibles have a chemistry and bond with each other – reflected best in their music while most understood on the stage. With a diverse catalogue of music interlacing acoustic tales, “whatever” funk styles and unbridled rock, you are sure to find yourself in the words.

Their first EP “Beginnings”, released in 2008, started to also prick the ears of the US Market after the song “Break Me” was used as the theme song for the popular internet video game review show “The Spoony Experiment”. The Irresponsibles live to air performance on Three D radio midway through 2009 was a strong point for the bands year, despite the setback of Matt breaking his hand and has since bought The Irresponsibles their second 3D Radio top 100 position.

‘Let It Out’ is the first full length album by The Irresponsibles, recorded over 12 months by Matt Williams at Fat Trax Adelaide and mastered by Tony ‘Jack The Bear’ Mantz in Melbourne.

Featuring some old favourites re-imagined and some brand new offerings including the title track ‘Let It Out’, the album is a good representation of where the band has come from & where the band is headed.

‘Let It Out’ was released internationally on 20 November 2010 and is available to purchase through CD Baby, iTunes, Napster, and more, or directly through the band at

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