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About to release her debut full length album,
Somethin’ Like That, 21 year old Aimee Francis is
ready to rock your world. The singer song writer’s
EP The Calm Before the Storm already got critics
hot under the collar and the new album is sure to
engender a similar response.
Francis is already a favourite on the girl scene having
played at Dinah Shore in the US and the Go Go
Festival in the UK.
If you’d like to check out Aimee’s sound visit
aimeefrancis.bandcamp.com where you can listen
to her new single ‘Dont Want to Know ’ for free.
Somethin’ Like That was originally recorded in Los
Angeles in 2008 at Henson Studios (Hollywood).
After leaving her former management and label, the
LP is finally seeing the light of day. The album was
mixed by Mike Plotnikoff (INXS, My Chemical
Romance, The Cranberries) and Jeff Rothschild
(Kelly Clarkson, Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow),
and mastered by the legendary George Marino at
Sterling Sound in New York.
If you happen to be in Melbourne on April 1
check out her album launch at Revolver Upstairs.
Australian tour dates to follow!
Genevieve Chadwick - Riding the Wind Forgetting Time
Husky vocals not
album Riding the
up blues tinged
vocals and tales
of love and loss
that still manage to instill a sense of hope in the
listener. A stalwart of the local live scene this album
is certain to put Chadwick on the map.
Amanda Palmer - Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under
to her Dresden
to dish up an
album of light
recorded live whilst touring down under and sports
a ukelele as a prominent feature. Palmer’s wicked
sense of humour is ever present yet the album still
manages to surprise with a track or two such as
her version of Nick Cave’s ‘Ship Song’.
Phebe Starr - Pink Lemonade
Indie pop artist
long awaited EP
this month, Pink
delivers a blast
of sugary sweet
songs on this
album offer up a dash of electro, a snippet of jazz and a
large dose of pop. The result is music to your ears. Enjoy
with a an ice cold shandy or a long island iced tea...
Teeth & Tongue
Melbourne outfit Teeth & Tong ue are about to drop
their sophomore album, Tambourine, but in the
meantime they are offering listeners a taste of what’s
to come with the ne w single ‘Unf amiliar Skirts’.
Teeth & Tong ue is the musical proje ct of Jess
Cornelius, tog ether with long -time collaborator
Marc Reg ueiro -Mckelvie (guitar) and Damian
In ‘Unfamiliar Skirts’, Jess warns her listener of
beautiful unknown women, singing of “seeking
forgiveness in the muscles of their thighs” in her
trademark velvet voice while staccato g uitar and
soft ‘80s snares carr y the song along in a Brian
Ferr y-esque shimmy. Enjoy !
Sarah Aubrey -
April 10 - Gaelic Club, Sydney
April 21 - Capitol, Perth
April 23 - HiFi, Westend, Brisbane
April 24 - Factory Theatre, Enmore, Sydney
April 25 - The Corner, Richmond, Melbourne
April 1- Metro, Sydney
April 2 - Metro, Sydney
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