Indie rock, Pop music
| Flying Nun Records
Black Drum, The Velvet Underground
Auckland, New Zealand (1992)
Last Exit to Garageland, Do What You Want
Mark Silvey, Jeremy Eade, Debbie Silvey, Andrew Gladstone, Dave Goodison, Andrew Claridge
Loves Ugly Children, Bressa Creeting Cake, Headless Chickens, Straitjacket Fits, Able Tasmans
Garageland is an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun record label. Influenced by Pixies, Pavement, The Clean and The Velvet Underground, they were critically acclaimed in the UK and United States for their well-crafted and catchy pop songs. The band took its name from Garageland, a song by The Clash. Their non-album single "Feel Alright" from 1998 included former The Velvet Underground member John Cale on piano.
They re-formed for a one-off gig in Auckland in November 2007 and to play The Others Way festival in September 2015
Jeremy Eade - vocal, guitar
Dave Goodison - guitar
Mark Silvey - bass guitar
Andrew Gladstone - backing vocalist, drums
Debbie Silvey - guitar, on early recordings including "Last Exit to Garageland"
Andrew Claridge - guitar
The group have appeared on several compilations over the years in New Zealand and overseas. The following is a list of these albums that have featured tracks by Garageland.
Beelines to HeavenLast Exit to Garageland · 1996Garageland Wikipedia
Kiss It All GoodbyeDo What You Want · 1999
Not EmptyDo What You Want · 1999