Tag: Pip Norman
Troye Sivan’s video for ‘Fools’ is out! Co-written and co-produced by Pip Norman @ Meliodora Studio in Melbourne. ‘Fools’ is from Troye’s mini album ‘Wild’ which debuted at #1 AU, #3 NZ, #5 UK, #5 US . WILD the mini-album hit #1 on iTunes in 61 countries as well as 1.58 million tracks sold globally!
Tuka album ‘Life Death Time Eternal’ has been nominated for ‘Best Urban’ album at the 2015 ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) awards alongside Melbourne mates Hiatus Kaiyote & Seth Sentry. For all the nomination details visit http://www.ariaawards.com.au/
The first few months of 2015 saw Pip and Tuka nailed to the studio putting the finishing touches on Tuka’s album… it’s wild, ambitious and soulful – check it… – http://www.tuka.net.au/
This album is gonna be HUGE! Troye Sivan’s EP comes out THIS MONTH :”Im very excited to be part of this release. Troye Sivan, Alex Hope and I wrote a song called Fools which I also Co-produced, and its featuring on Troyes new EP ‘Wild’ – there’s a video for it too – Here’s a snippet ”
The first few months of this year saw Pip and Tuka nailed to the studio putting the finishing touches on tuka’s album Life Death Time Eternal .. it’s wild, ambitious and soulful – check it…
You can buy the album ‘LIFE DEATH TIME ETERNAL’ here – https://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/tuka/id217710492
‘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 »