Long standing buddies Gus Hunt and Henry Gosling began making music as a means of passing the time and having something to do on a an otherwise dreary Wednesday night. A simple setup, armed with only two instruments – a guitar and a drum kit, the duo go about their song writing as if it were an extension of their everyday life.
With their debut album “Exotic Goldfish Blues”, being released at the end of 2013 and receiving glowing reviews, the duo have built up a solid local fan base and established themselves as a tangible force within the Australian music scene while also playing alongside a range of international acts such as Lou Barlow (Dinosaur Jr, Sebadoh, Folk Implosion), Wild Flag and Sonny and the Sunsets.
Not an ode to any particular band, genre or era Unity Floors' is the product of two guys simply writing songs and playing scrappy rock music in their lounge room.
“Unadulterated scuzz held together with sporadic bursts of energy, torrents of sweat and glimpses of quarter-life crisis amidst all the not-giving-a-fuck”. – Brendon Telford, The Music
“Sydney’s Unity Floors are guided by honesty and enthusiasm… The result of two specific personalities intertwining in a way that’s uniquely enjoyable – through nothing but guitars, drums and spirited moans.” – Max Easton, Mess + Noise