Brian Fischer-Giffin for Loudmag
“I’ve done some pretty big things in the past with The Tea Party, but I’ve never achieved that pure balance of music on a record like we have with this 777 thing,” singer/guitarist Jeff Martin says about this latest band’s debut album, The Ground Cries Out. read more
by Jarred Keane | for thedwarf.com.au
Prolific Canadian muso Jeff Martin (The Tea Party) took some time out with Warp’s Jarred Keane to discuss the past, the present and his brand new project: Jeff Martin 777. Returning from a recent trip to Canada, Martin chats from his home in Byron Bay ready to embark on the publicity trail. read more
Jeff Martin from 777 visits the Undercover studio to perform ‘Riverland Rambler’, ‘Blue Mountain Sun’ and ‘Queen Of Spades’. Before he did an interview with Andrew Tijs.
by Rave Magazine
The tea party at the Grand Bazaar goes on as usual
Jeff Martin belongs to the group of artists who’ll always sound like themselves no matter what genre they tackle. In the ex-Tea Party leader’s case, that’s more of a good thing, as he remains a musical powerhouse. A Perth resident for the last few years, Australia’s favourite Canadian has recently teamed up with his Armada cohort Jay Cortez and good friend/Basement Birds sticksman Malcolm Clarke in a new project – matter-of-factly titled Jeff Martin 777; cue another kickin’ album. read more