Australian singer-songwriter Sally Seltmann (formerly New Buffalo) recently unveiled her second studio album under her own name, Hey Daydreamer, which Music Feeds reviewer Sam Murphy described as “like creeping sunlight, masterfully created and delivered with heart on sleeve.” Now residing in LA, Sally took some time out to discuss the new album with Music Feeds,
Hey Daydreamer is Sally Seltmann’s second album under her own name, after releasing her first two as New Buffalo. Since ditching the moniker, Seltmann has risen to be an intelligent and honest voice within the Australian musical landscape. While her quaint third album, Harmony To My Heartbeat, drew widespread approval, it was her inclusion in
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
Sally Seltmann has been turning heads for years, first as New Buffalo, then under her own name with 2010′s Heart That’s Pounding, and recently as part of Seeker Lover Keeper, with Sarah Blasko and Holly Throsby, now Seltmann announces her new LP, Hey Daydreamer. Seltmann unveiled a taste of the then-unnamed album, dubbed Needle In
Australian singer-songwriter Sally Seltmann first got people talking as New Buffalo, then under her own name with 2010’s graceful Heart That’s Pounding, and most recently as part of Seeker Lover Keeper with Sarah Blasko and Holly Throsby. Now Seltmann has unveiled her latest release, Needle In The Hay, from her upcoming new album. The new
Sarah Blasko, Sally Seltmann and Holly Throsby individually are three of Australia’s most acclaimed young female artists and now they’ve teamed up to collaborate on a new project Seeker Lover Keeper. The album was recorded over 2 weeks in New York with Jim White (Cat Power) on drums and Shahzad Ismaily (Martha Wainwright) on bass
Three of Australia’s most beguiling new chanteuses are teaming up for what should be an interesting forthcoming album. Triple J reports that Holly Throsby, Sally Seltmann and Sarah Blasko are forming something of a female supergroup who have been recording together in New York.