‘Under Your Skin’ by Dan Sultan has been shortlisted for the APRA song of the year alongside Boy & Bear, Nick Cave, & The Cat Empire. Pip Norman (aka Countbounce) appears as a co-writer alongside Dan Sultan himself and Sparkadia’s Alex Burnett. If you are an Apra Member you can vote here – http://aprap.apra-amcos.com.au/2014/apra-song-of-the-year-shortlist-4/
Checkout the beautiful clip Hoy have just put out for their track ‘Get Some Sleep’ produced by Pip and tracked in an old converted church in central Victoria.
Hoy formed in late 2010 as a collaborative contemporary folk trio, combining the song-writing of Melbourne musicians, Felicity Cripps, Cecilia Dowling and Liam Linley. With innumerable influences, Hoy songs have a unique, anachronistic sound, found by mixing hints of the past for grounding and motivation, the present for inspiration, and the future for aspiration and ideology. Hoy’s first album started out in a dilapidated chateau in France, where the trio took up a residency at the Performing Arts Forum in Saint Erme. The record began unwinding through slow days spent in giant light-filled ballrooms and pear orchards. Following on from the residency Hoy toured 21 shows throughout Europe and the UK. On returning to … Read More »
Here’s a very special track I co-wrote with Dan Sultan and Alex Burnett earlier this year – and its got a great clip to boot. Here it is:
Here is the video clip for a single I co-wrote and co-produced with Pez and John Castle earlier this year. Enjoy!
So Texture Like Sun are getting back in the studio to write the next recording. If you haven’t already check these clips out! ‘Weekend clip out soon…
Having a ball and making tracks with the dream team: Alex ‘Kofi Annan’ Burnett (Sparkadia) and the sultry Dan Sultan, at Bounce County. Also featuring Bounce Jnr.
Smokey’s Haunt team during the filming of the single ‘Knee Length Socks’ clip. From left, Dubbs (Hermitude), Jane Tyrell, Elgusto (Hermitude), Countbounce, and Urthboy. Waddup! We good lookin’!
Since then Smokey’s Haunt has delivered widespread acclaim, and been Triple J Feature Album , Drum Media Album of the Week & FBi Sunsets Album of the Week.
★★★★★ “Absolutely captivating, play on repeat”
★★★★ ROLLING STONE
★★★★ “Humanity and toughness permeate Urthboy’s excellent new album” (Review of the week)
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
8/10 “…Meaningful rhymes and impressive beats, Smokey’s Haunt is a winner”
TRIPLE J MAGAZINE
★★★★ “A refreshing and independent voice in Australian hip-hop, Urthboy is certainly leading by example”
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
“New Urthboy. We have it. You probably will pretty soon as well. He is – without qualification, hesitation, or mitigation – the best rapper we have”
★★★★ “Tim Levinson’s knack for storytelling is second-to-none as he weaves powerful tales inspired by … Read More »
You could say its been some time coming, and I would say its worth the wait. TZU are well and truly back.
TZU has released the second single ‘Beautiful’ from the upcoming album, ‘Millions of Moments’, and is about to embark on a national tour.
Here is the new video for ‘Beautiful’ directed by Sean Healey:
And here is where you can listen to the entire album (for a limited time) as a special preview: http://themusic.com.au/listen/all/2012/09/07/tzu-millions-of-moments/
And here is where you can pre-order your copy of ‘Millions of Moments’ with a signed comic book and/or tshirt or vinyl or whatever: http://www.jbhifionline.com.au/support.aspx?post=1&results=10&q=millions+of+moments&source=all
And here are the tour details:
And here is a dancing chicken:
After knocking off two huge new albums in the last two weeks (TZU and Urthboy – look out for both releases later this year), and feeling pretty damn good about it, Bounce County is now bouncing to the beat of Sietta’s brand new material all this month.
Countbounce and Joelistics here putting some final touches on tracks for the upcoming TZU album. Joel may or may not actually play the acoustic guitar on the album. Keep an ear to the ground for another single coming soon…