Lisa Mitchell has folked up one of the greatest pop songs to come out of the 90’s, wrapping her willowy pipes around the Spice Girls classic ‘Stop’. The celebrated indie crooner has taken the iconic girl group’s advice and slowed it down baby, giving their Spice World hit a charming acoustic makeover (sadly not accompanied by the dance
They’ll even be performing it together on tour.
The m8s will perform together around the country.
Rave 2 da grave.
A psych-rock-electro-folk sandwich.
Lisa Mitchell is hitting the road again.
Prepare to feel things…
In support of their newly-announced album, Big Mess.
Daniel Johns has been announced to perform at the 2015 APRA Music Awards heading up a jam-packed lineup of old and new Aussie talent. Johns, who has been away from music for almost eight years, will make the live debut of Preach from his Aerial Love EP which was released last Friday. A host of
triple j have released a short film, of sorts, detailing a top-secret meeting which took place between Breakfast hosts Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, and 40 notable triple j acts including the likes of Lorde, Skrillex and Diplo, to write “the ultimate triple j Hottest 100 song”. The clip shows the unlikely bunch, which also
Lisa Mitchell, the bright-eyed singer-songwriter of debut album Wonder fame, will play a run of Australian shows from 25 March next year. She will perform an all-acoustic tour with guitarist and regular collaborator, Tim Harvey, for dates in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Mitchell’s new single Wah Ha, from her forthcoming album, was released in September,
Lisa Mitchell hasn’t wasted any time in covering Jamie T’s latest single Zombie for triple j’s Like A Version. The single is barely two months old but that didn’t stop Mitchell from giving it a spit-shine, taking the rock pop jig and going all folk on it. Ahead of the cover Mitchell dropped the clue
Australian indie darling Lisa Mitchell has offered up a new tune, titled Wah Ha, which, for a limited time, is available for free download via Soundcloud. Written on the back of a receipt during a summer family vacay, Wah Ha is a lighter-than-air folk ditty with a central message that it’s OK not to feel
Al & Anna, the duo that went viral for their incredible medley of sixty ’90s songs performed in six minutes last month and who more recently managed to turn an “almost definitive list” of animal band names into a song have now given Triple J listeners a lesson in Australian vocal timbre. The duo teach
You Am I, Regurgitator, Lisa Mitchell, Paul Dempsey and a host of others will play A Show For Casey this September. The show will be a charity event in support of former VFL footballer Casey Tutungi. A Show For Casey will be headlined with a best-of set from Aussie rock legends You Am I, who
Three of Australia’s most respected individual musicians have announced an eight-date group tour to showcase the true nature of their versatility as creative artists. Paul Kelly, Neil Finn and Lisa Mitchell will join forces across February and March to bring their music to the ears of many, playing three dates at Sydney’s Opera House as
Let’s wind the clock back to 2006. A shy 16-year-old from Albury appeared on Australian Idol, a reality show hell bent on discovering new artists. A delicate vocalist with vulnerable mannerisms, she wowed viewers with renditions of songs and truly made them her own, which, along with the audacity of performing her own songs in
There’s been some sort of chasm between Lisa Mitchell and me. Ever since she popped her sweet, swoony self onto my pre-plasma television back in 2006 as the little girl from Albury, I’ve been lusting for some cropped and bleached out, high-waisted leather pants wearing boy to blow up the indie-folk scene, if only to
The winner of the 2010 Australian Music Prize has been announced today. Lisa Mitchell won the inaugural prize for her debut album Wonder.
Lisa Mitchell today announces the exciting details of her huge National Theatre Tour to support the release of her brand new single ‘Oh Hark!’. Having spent the last few months promoting the album in Europe, Lisa is returning to Australia in April to kick off her massive Oh Hark! National Theatre Tour.