The Bhagavad Guitars

The Bhagavad Guitars

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The Bhagavad Guitars are a Sydney-based indie-rock band formed in the late 1980s featuring John Kilbey (who appeared under the pseudonym "John Underwood" for their first 3 releases to distance himself from brother Steve Kilbey and his band, The Church), Jeremy Butterworth, Adrian Workman and Matt Kerr. They recorded three 12 inch EPs for the Red Eye label before recording their debut album, which was shelved for five years due to record company disputes. to record a new album - Unfamiliar Places, released May, 2011.

After The Bhagavad Guitars, Kilbey released thee solo albums, Nothing More Than Something to Wear as John Kilbey, Catching Some Z's as J.L.K. and The Penny Drops as Good Fortunes He was also part of the band Warp Factor 9 which released an album called "5 Days in a Photon Belt" in 1993.


  • Foreverglades ep (1988) - Red Eye
  • Headland ep (1988) - Red Eye
  • Foreverglades (1990) - Red Eye
  • "Party" - (1990) - Red Eye
  • "Hypnotise Me" (1992) - Karmic Hit
  • Hypnotised (1992) - Karmic Hit
  • Introversion (1996) - Karmic Hit
  • Unfamiliar Places (2011) - Karmic Hit


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