JB Hi-Fi are smashing prices on Nitidus’ recently re-released EP Still Here! Australia’s biggest music and electronics retailer have added Still Here to their JB Hi-Fi Now streaming service. Log in and start streaming Nitidus today!
JB… you’ve done it again.
Bust out your iPhones, iPads and iPods, because Still Here has officially landed on iTunes! All tracks are available for the standard $1.69 per track (or 99c in the US) or stream them on the new Apple Music service. Plus you can also find 2007’s The Taste there too for some extra Nitidus lovin’. Get it all on your favourite Apple device today!
Spotify just got a cool shot of hard rock! The recently re-released Nitidus EP Still Here is now available on the popular on-demand music platform, ready to be added to your rock playlist. You can listen to it right now, along with follow up EP The Taste, both available for your streaming pleasure! Go hit that play button and get ready to rock!
Last Thursday we celebrated the tenth anniversary of Still Here, which was originally launched in 2005 with a limited Australian release. Back then, it wasn’t so easy to distribute music as it is today and eventually this classic CD went out of print.
That all changes today!
Marki, Ash, PC and myself (Doc) have collaborated for the first time in years to give Still Here the global release we had always intended. Starting this week, Still Here is coming to 95+ digital stores and 15,000+ brick-and-mortar locations around the world!
You can already find Still Here on the following services:
Others will have the EP in the coming days and weeks, including:
We will keep you posted as we add new participating stores.
Plus for the true collector, you can pick up a copy of the actual CD (complete with original four page booklet and full cover artwork) available through CD Baby and all good music stores… as soon as stock arrives.
If you’re after some quality melodic hard rock, then you can’t go past Still Here, available now!
Hello, we’re back! Did you miss us?
It’s been a while between drinks, but we’re back today because it is a very special occasion. Not only is it International Lefthanders Day and Fidel Castro‘s birthday, but today also marks the tenth anniversary of Still Here, the landmark EP that brought the LA Music Award winning song Red Morning to the world!
Nitidus launched the highly anticipated follow up to A.S. It Is in front of a sell-out crowd at Melbourne’s famous Esplanade Hotel. Still Here features the first four-piece Nitidus line up, consisting of vocalist Patrick Clemenger, guitarist Ash Fyfe, bassist Marki Miklic and myself, drummer Kristian ‘Doctor K’ Grondman.
To celebrate this auspicious occasion, we have a special surprise for you.
For a limited time only, you can now stream the whole thing.
In its entirety.
Full length tracks.
Start to finish.
Go ahead, hit that play button and let’s journey back to 2005, a year when the Autobots prepared to launch an assault to retake their home planet Cybertron from the Decepticons.
We hope you enjoy rediscovering these songs with us… and maybe wish Castro a happy birthday too, 88 years old and still here.
Here’s one from the archives: can you believe they actually gave us our own radio show back in 2005? Neither could we, but it happened. The boys from Nitidus were talkin’ trash and playin’ music from 7pm til 8:30pm every Thursday night on Syn 907 (90.7fm) with a show about Melbourne rock music for Melbourne rock music lovers. Sadly, it’s all over now, but here’s a few happy snaps from The Jamming Rooms.
When three members of Nitidus get together to form a new project, you know it has to be something special. The original Australian line-up of Ash Fyfe, Kristian “Doc” Grondman and Marki Miklic have teamed up with our good friend Suzy Ferguson (Exile, Lustre) to create Arabela, a new venture into rock, metal and prog.
The band has bunkered themselves into Ash’s studio creating the foundations of their debut album, but they have released some demos of the work completed so far. Check ’em out, and look for Arabela on a stage near you!
Calling all New Zealanders, if you haven’t seen Shadow Puppet in action, you’re missing the best cover band to come out of Christchurch. The band features Nitidus’ very own Patrick Clemenger on vocals, plus his brother Luke Clemenger from Powershred on bass and ex-Nitidus drummer Tom Brownlee.
Adam and Doc would like to introduce you to The Romeo Knights, their new alternative rock trio with former Immersion bass player Ben Howland. Building on the Nitidus heritage, the group have been busily performing at nearly every venue in Melbourne.
Thanks to Myspace’s new profile designs, I’ve given the Nitidus page a much needed spruce up. Go check out www.myspace.com/nitidus