In early 2007 they released”Taste the Chop” debut EP. This fueled their eagerness to keep writing and recording. In 2010, they recorded “Short Stories” which became plagued with problems such as losing files. After re-recording the files they lost, their fruition paid off and now “Short Stores” is set to release in November 2012.
One particular song “Scattered Sunday Afternoons” is a scenario that many go through. While snuggling on a couch with your significant other, there is no time for the blues and Saturday night can’t end too soon. What a wonderful upbeat, fun song this is. It has a great strumming beat, which is delivered courtesy of great guitar playing and let’s not forget that harmonica madness which adds a bit of sugar to the mix. The vocals enhance the overall sound and the result is simply a great song that you cannot stop humming. It has very catchy verses, which seem to get stuck in your head. R.J. Chops really know how to lift up your spirits and giving audiences a great show.
R.J. Chops’s style has changed over the years. Even with their initial EP release, they were more of a pop/folk trio and a bit of quirkiness. However, the change in their lives over the years did change the overall sound of their music. With “Short Stories” you will embrace their truly focused and meaningful sound with incredible melodic tunes with catchy hooks.
R.J. Chops has supported many artists such as Endorphin, The Trews, Joel Plaskett Emergency, The Choirboys, The Beards, Eugene Hideaway Bridges, Hat Fitz, Grant Walmsley’s Agents of Peace, Hugo Race and many others.
They have also played at Peats Ridge Festival twice.
They are planning on touring around the east coast of Australia in support of their newest release and will also be supporting The Radiators in early December.
You can purchase the either in individual songs or full album by logging onto the following websites:
R.J. Chops is currently working with A & R Select based in West Hollywood, Ca. for licensing, publishing, a record deal and/or placement opportunities. For additional information, please contact them at: