triple j & Select Music Present…
Supported by Left. and Dalli
Thelma Plum is more than excited to announce her first headline Australian tour in over a year. She has been cooped up in various studios, backyards and lounge rooms with a piano, a guitar and a rabbit writing songs for her debut album, and it’s time to get out on the road and give her fans a taste of the results before she heads overseas to record.
“It’s been awhile since the Monsters EP came out, and I’ve been collecting more than a few life experiences as I have been writing ! I didn’t want to disappear into the recording studio before being able to give people a taste of what I’ve been cooking up”
Taking to the road with her live band, The Unromantic Breakups tour will visit every state in the mainland before she bunkers down to commit the album to take. Come down to get a sneak peak of the new amongst the old favourites
From the inner west of Sydney hail Left., a collaborative electronic project between vocalist Sarah Corry and guitarist Jono Graham (Made in Japan).
Teaming up with hip hop producer, Adit (Horrorshow), the duo mesh organic sounds with synthetic, pushing the envelope of alternative and popular music.
Combining repetitive guitars, 808 inspired beats and sultry vocals, Left. create a sound that is truly unique. Inspired by contemporaries Parades, Little Dragon and SBTRKT, as well jazz masters such as Dinah Washington, Left.'s debut album is set for release in Spring 2013.
Leigh Dallimore is a Melbourne based singer/songwriter. He has just released his first EP 'Stranger' and is already busily writing for the second - to be released early next year. What has always been an acoustic act is now maturing into a three piece sound. Leigh writes in a variety of genres but is starting to solidify a distinct style on show in 'Stranger' with honest lyrics and sticky melodies. Major influences include: Jeff Buckley, Radiohead, John Mayer, Justin Vernon and Dallas Green.