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Melbourne quartet Reptiles invoke the memory of Australian punk being played fast, loud and furious. The young upstarts play a sound entrenched in the spastic-swampy-garage tones of Kim Salmons’ Scientists and Beasts of Bourbon, The Gun Club and sounds from abroad such as Mudhoney. Reptiles have taken to audiences with their refreshing knee-to-the-balls guitar-driven punk-rock, which has been missing from the indie-rock circles for quite some time.