THE DISSOCIATIVES, SILVERCHAIR frontman Daniel Johns' collaboration with dance producer/artist Paul Mac, have posted the video for their debut single, "Somewhere Down The Barrel", at this location.

"Somewhere Down The Barrel" was released in Australia earlier this month and will be followed by the Australian release of THE DISSOCIATIVES' self-titled, self-produced, album around April. Overseas release plans are yet to be finalized.

The first seeds of THE DISSOCIATIVES were sown back in 1997 after Paul remixed SILVERCHAIR's song "Freak". At the time Daniel and his bandmates were enjoying their second multi-platinum album and Paul had already racked up a decade in the vanguard of Australian dance music. In 1998, Paul was asked to add "noises" to SILVERCHAIR's third disc, "Neon Ballroom". Not long after that, he and Daniel began dabbling together in their home studios (the "accidental" results were eventually released as the online EP "I Can't Believe It's Not Rock"). Paul was also an integral part of SILVERCHAIR's acclaimed "Diorama" album — performing piano on six songs and guesting with the band during their ARIA Awards performance in 2002.


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