Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams
From Lumier.net.nz: "...has been an integral member of a rather odd and certainly in New Zealand, unsung movement called Swiss Primitive rock'n'roll. Centered in the Swiss capital of Berne, the movement harkened back to the garage rock sounds of the 60s, bands like the Sonics, the Monks, the Count Five etc., the lo-fi, improvisatory, raw sound of a bunch of musicians having a raucous time."
Marlon Williams is the singer/songwriter for The Unfaithful Ways, an alternative country band with a growing reputation as one of the best young bands in the country. Marlon has performed with Christchurch greats such as John Grennell, The Eastern, Ariana Tikao, Lindon Puffin and Flip Grater and recently supporting Band Of Horses in Auckland. He has released his first EP, 'Four First Songs', four tracks of alt-country-meets-old-timey-pop tunes and recently signed to Native Tongue Music Publishing.