You can find this Sydney four-piece indie rock group on MySpace by typing killthetraps after the .com/, but I don’t think that’s what you’ll be wanting to do.
Sitting with the boys from Traps out the back of an increasingly gentrified pub in an increasingly gentrified Newtown, our conversation rolls round to the recording of their first EP. From guitarist Ben: “We already had the idea of what we wanted to do from doing the demo
Now usually I’m not the biggest fan of indie bands, but it has to be said that traps are a step above. Fusing grating guitars drenched in pedals with clashing vocals and driving rhythms, their debut release Common Errors is a plodding journey through brooding shoegaze-esque indie. Having been around for less than a year,