On The Stoop don’t plan on sticking to the rules.Or the straight path. This band breaks the rules like no other Australian group and they do it with raucous abandon.
“This could be eight different bands from eight different corners of the world except it’s more like one fevered collective musical brain firing off ideas like skyrockets. Look, there’s one exploding above you right now” Bernard Zuel
Mariachi, Balkan, New-Orleans swing, Spaghetti-Western, Cabaret, Film Score, Cumbia, Punk-Rock are all represented in this magnificent ensemble comprised by some of the best and brightest Sydney has to offer. Recent times have been generous to the band with a bunch of interstate festivals under their belt, some regional touring capped off with a show at The Sydney Opera House.
Their recent LP, Home, received extensive radio support in Sydney including album of the week on Eastside Radio and airplay on community radio stations 2SER, FBi, ABC Radio National and RRR in Melbourne.
On The Stoop come fresh from playing a bunch of regional shows including filling halls in country NSW and electrifying the dance floor at local festivals.
Formed by an outstanding group of players each who bring their personal spark to the band. On The Stoop shares members with bands including The Rhythm Hunters, Watussi, Waiting For Guinness, Fat Yahoozah, Facemeat, Mikelangelo, Chronology Arts Ensemble and a host of others. The music careers between Balkan Gypsies, Ennnio Morricone, Nino Rota, jazz, rock, ska, punk and a few other as yet unidentified genres. On The Stoop are making a mark with their own style of refreshingly unpredictable music.