‘My Berlin’ German premiere on Berlin’s Radio Eins fantastic program ‘Lost In Music’.



Well on Thursday, the new Jep and Dep single ‘My Berlin’ got it’s world premiere on Paul Gough’s wonderful radio program ‘The Inside Sleeve’ on ABCRadioNational.

Tomorrow morning after 8am Sydney time and Friday night 11pm Berlin time- ‘My Berlin’ will be getting it’s German premiere on our favourite Berlin radio show, ‘Lost In Music’ program on Radio Eins with Jürgen König.


‘My Berlin’ will be out on Monday.


“Seduced me with the hope against destruction,

See the Wall in my mind came down

All the colours, they are growing though the concrete

On old watch towers flowers grow…” 


 ‘My Berlin’ is the first single that is taken from the duo’s sophomore album that will be released early next year, around April.

The single launch is at Petersham Bowling Club Friday 4th November with Jo Meares as support.

Expect a night of understated, romantically dark folk music.

Live review supporting Cash Savage.

Had the absolute pleasure of supporting Cash Savage the other night.

Here’s a beautifully written review from Chris Familton from Post To Wire and some awesome live photos from AAA Backstage.


Jep and Dep are masters of atmospheric music. With lights dimmed, a great sound mix and songs that possess an austere beauty and an arthouse intimacy, they quickly had an attentive audience – apart from a lone barking voice at the bar who Darren Cross acknowledged with a seething “hey, woman at the bar, stop fucking talking”. New tracks from their forthcoming album were aired, indicating it will be a strong set of songs and though the between-song banter was often thick with black humour, when it comes to performing their songs the duo are deadly serious.


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Music Feeds has just premiered our our version of ‘Honeymoon’.

A haunting, stripped back, Jep and Dep style cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Honeymoon”.

Watch the video below! iTunes here. We are very excited to show you this, it’s a taste to what our second Album is sounding like!

Currently putting the finishing touches on their second album, Sydney’s own folk noir duo Jep And Dep have just released a stunning cover of Lana Del Rey‘s Honeymoon as a tease of things to come. Now the cover getting its own moody black and white video to boot

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Having fallen instantly in love with the song when they first heard it, the duo wished they’d written it themselves. Deciding the next best thing would be to just make it their own via the time honoured tradition of the stripped back cover, the result speaks for itself.

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“We loved the tragedy, the emotion, the drama and we just knew wanted to cover it”.


Heightening the melodrama and tragedy of the song by stripping it back to its bare bones, their approach is also in keeping with their sparse aesthetic and sound. Hinting at what to expect from their forthcoming follow up to 2014’s independently released Word Got Out, the cover has the band’s fans and followers eager in anticipation.

Thank you to Radio Eins Berlin, Double J who have already aired the track.

You can hear it TODAY from 8pm on 2ser’s SIDEWAYS THROUGH SOUND!! 


cropped-honeymoon3.jpgIt’s a thrill to announce our new JEP AND DEP single will makes it’s world premiere on Jürgen König’s amazing LOST IN MUSIC program on RADIO EINS BERLIN – this Friday Night in Berlin and this Saturday morning Sydney.


FRIDAY NIGHT 29th April  BERLIN TIME From 11pm

We always listen to Jürgen’s fantastic show online to get our Berlin fix.

Go here to listen to the program on line:


” In search of the truth , after looking into the artist’s soul. Whether Singer / Songwriter , electrical tinkerer , indie rockers , dubstep Hero or alternative country protagonist – what matters is the uniqueness of the idea and the sound where you can lose yourself . Two hours of music for listening and immersion in their own world of thought – true to the name of the show ” Lost In Music .

Pre-order our new single here!

Danke Jürgen.


Jep and Dep.


Last night we supported LOW at The Factory Theatre.

LOW are one of the most amazing live bands and without sounding cheesy, it was a god-damned honor to support them.

Also, to be on the same bill as the ever-dark-prince Mike Noga was a thrill as well.

Read Ross McLelland‘s  The Music review  “…Their voices mixing light, and a lot of dark. Default setting, heartbreak. Even in dreams of escaping to My Berlin, only to find it disappointingly gentrified…” 

Here are some photos from the night…



Stay tuned for something special early May.