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Bluejuice formed during a residency at a terrible pub on George St in the Sydney CBD, from which they were soon scrapped and replaced by a Neil Diamond covers band. Despite the unlikely start, the five friends released two independent EPs and in 2007 their debut LP "Problems"hit with an unexpected level of success, with the lead single 'Vitriol' becoming the highest played song on Triple J for almost a year, and charting at 11 in the 2007 Hottest 100, an unprecedented level of radio play of an unsigned band. The band were also shortlisted for the 2007 Australian Music Prize and won The Best Emerging Artist section of that same award. In addition, Bluejuice supported major names like Tricky, We Are Scientists, The Specials, Dizzee Rascal, Souls of Mischief, Diverse and played big gigs on festival bills such as Big Day Out, Splendour In The Grass, Homebake, Falls Festival, and Southbound. In 2008 the band took that momentum through a sizzling performance at the Splendour festival to sign a record deal with Dew Process (The Panics, The Grates, The Living End). The result of all that is the release of "Head of the Hawk"; the second record that will thrust their raucous pop derangement into ever-increasing public consciousness. Ah yes, the dancing."


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