Future Stupid Profile

Murray Cammick
28 May 2014

Future Stupid got started in mid 1993 in Christchurch. The original line-up was Tony Hallum (guitar, vocals), Mykel Cole (bass) and Dave Toland (drums). They moved to Auckland in early 1995 after the song 'Shovel' was playlisted by 95bFM.

The band released their debut six track self-titled CD EP in 1996 on the Felix Records label, an offshoot of Wildside Records. They recorded the EP at Ground Zero Studio, Newton, Auckland with Shane O'Neill engineering.

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Gavin Downie, Mykel Cole, Deryck Hunt (front) and Tony Hallum.
21 Days live at the Big Day Out, 1997
Cannonfodder from 1996
Future Stupid, early 1996: Mykel Cole, Tony Hallum, Deryck Hunt and Gavin Downie
Greed and Chomp at the 1997 Big Day Out
Deryck Hunt, Jason Young and Tony Hallum.
Tony Hallum and Jason Young at the 2006 reunion gid - Pony Bar, Melbourne
Mykel Cole, Dave Toland and Tony Hallum.
Shit Biscuit - live in Melbourne 2006
Chomp (at the 1997 95bFM Summer Series)
Future Stupid mid 1995: Mykel Cole, Dave Toland and Tony Hallum
How to make a single edit by Tony Hallum – to engineer Evan Roberts
Stuck - live at the Powerstation 1996
Big Dumb Future
Tony Hallum, Deryck Hunt and Jason Young recording demos for Cannonfodder, 1996
Grizz and Jason Young, Korn support, 1 May 1997
Labels:

Felix

Members:

Mykel Cole - bass

Tony Hallum - guitar, vocals

Deryck Hunt - drums

Gavin Downie - guitar

Jason Young - bass

Dave Toland - drums

Grizz - drums