‘Kiss From A Sandstorm’ was truly majestic.
Melbourne’s turning it on.
Did we mention it’s free?
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
Elizabeth Rose has sent our hearts a flutter once more, releasing her new single Shoulda Coulda Woulda today. Speaking to triple j, Rose spoke about how she co-wrote and co-produced the track with Grammy winner M-Phazes as part of a record label sponsored writing retreat in Bali last July. “That’s really where it started… I
Get ready to get down, because Sydney muso Elizabeth Rose is set to drop noughties throwback RnB, dance tracks and other party jams along with own material during a national DJ tour this August and September. Not wasting any time after performing at Splendour In The Grass last weekend, Rose is set to begin her
Indie electro songstress Elizabeth Rose came by the Music Feeds studios for a chat about her new single Division and why marriage equality is so important to her. Chatting to presenter Luke, Elizabeth opened up about the impetus behind the single which operates as a rallying cry for marriage equality saying, “some of my best
Whether it was scraping together enough shrapnel at big lunch to afford a sausage roll from the tuck shop, or a Caramello Koala from one of those kids/drug barons who always seemed to be peddling boxes of Freddo’s for some reason. Or sneaking into the toilets to try to pick the remnants of said snacks
Elizabeth Rose’s touching new track and call-to-arms for marriage equality Division has had its video debut today and it features the story of a couple being… well, a couple really. Written to voice her support for the ongoing same sex marriage debate Division breaks down the bullshit of some of the anti-marriage equality arguments and
It’s a little bit weird hearing thousands of people sing “I only have sex with myself” at the top of their lungs. Though I reckon the kids from Ball Park Music are fairly used to it by now. With his slim fit trousers, pale shirt and chunky glasses frontman Sam Cormack may look like a
Sydney muso Elizabeth Rose is taking a stand and making a political statement in favour of marriage equality in Australia with her brand new single, Division. “Australia is tipped as the ‘lucky’ country, but reflecting upon what we stand for, I’m not sure that we are all that we’re cracked up to be,” Rose explains
It’s all too easy to be blinded by the, uh, splendour of all the shiny international acts crammed onto this year’s epic Splendour In The Grass lineup. I mean, Mark Uptown Funkin’ Ronson is gonna be there, not to mention Royal Blood, The Dandy Warhols and Spiritualized giving their only Aussie performances of the tour.
The 2015 Come Together Festival lineup is here, bringing an all-Aussie roster of hip hop and indie including the likes of rapper Seth Sentry, Sydney trio Thundamentals, Horrorshow, festival favourites Ball Park Music and Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants. Other acts on this year’s Come Together lineup (below) include Remi, SAFIA, Elizabeth Rose, Montaigne and
Today’s tour guide features tours from Sydney psych-pop band Richard In Your Mind, Brisbane indie-poppers Babaganouj and electro-popstar Elizabeth Rose. Richard In Your Mind Vs The Space Octopus Tour Sydney psych-pop band Richard In Your Mind are embarking on an east coast tour playing songs from their latest album Ponderosa and favourites from their previous
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The latest instalment of the Music Feeds Tour Guide brings together an eclectic collection of artists who are linked by one all-important element: they’re all awesome. To that end, we bring you announcements from Elizabeth Rose, Sally Seltmann, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, and The Stiffys! Elizabeth Rose 2014 National Tour Following a massive fan response, Elizabeth
Sydney producer Elizabeth Rose has released the VHS-throwback music video for her 2014 single Sensibility. Filmed in Melbourne and directed by Prad Senanayake (The Aston Shuffle, Jinja Safari), the video recalls those years when taping your favourite music videos onto VHS was a weekend ritual. The clip has that retro kaleidoscopic feel, with plenty of
FBi‘s Sydney Music Art & Culture (SMAC) Awards have come and gone for another year, with Sydney band The Preatures, psych-rockers Cloud Control and electronic maestro Elizabeth Rose amongst the big winners of the night. The SMAC Awards recognise the many talented artists and industry folk that have heavily influenced and greatly shaped Sydney’s creative
Sydney electronic maestro Elizabeth Rose has just dropped her brand spanking new single Sensibility off her forthcoming self-titled EP, due to be released next Friday 17 January. The single’s seductive vocal melody is imbued with influences from R’n’B music of the late ‘90s and early ‘00s and according to the songstress is “about the push
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.