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ALBUM OF THE WEEK
TIGERTOWN – ‘Warriors’
TIGERTOWN, the Sydney family band have a new EP available. Released just last week, ‘Warriors’ is again a small collection of intensive songs we have known and loved Tigertown for releasing, including two versions of the title track and the single, “Come My Way”.
A family, a band, all together now, Sydney’s Tigertown share a special familial bond. At the band’s core lies husband-wife duo Chris (guitar) and Charlie Collins (lead vox + synth), rounded out by the former’s brother Alexi (keys) and sister Elodie (bass).
Already boasting a dedicated following and Triple J support in their native Australia, the band set their sights internationally last year, making their mark as one of the breakout acts of SXSW 2015. The new year finds them touring with St. Lucia and signed to acclaimed tastemaker label Neon Gold (Charli XCX, Christine And The Queens, Marina And The Diamonds, et. al) and Atlantic Records, as they ready their international debut Lonely Cities EP for release February 5th, produced by BØRNS’ principle collaborator Tommy English.
See more at: Tigertown
WEEKLY ALBUM REVIEWS
MIKE MCCARTHY – ‘Serious Face’
Avoca Beach NSW
Launching on December first is the new album ‘Serious Face’ from Avoca Beach singer songwriter and producer MIKE MCCARTHY who has quite an extensive music catalogue and contributed to film and documentary soundtracks including One Perfect Day, Seaworthy and Stoked And Broke.
Described as “Open sea folk to dirt-box blues” McCarthy pours his heart & soul into his music and this new album is no exception. Still available for pre-order ahead of the launch, see more at: Mike McCarthy
TIM OKSANEN – ‘Red’
Easy listening, contemporary pop, contemporary classical
The debut release from Brisbane singer songwriter TIM OKSANEN, titled ‘Red’ is due for release 1 December. Tim comes from a great pedigree with his mother, aunt and uncles forming the 80s bands Sweetwater and Danger Zone and most featuring on this record.
Red is an 11 track emotional mix of sorrow and joy but ultimately inspiration and healing and is a must for your collection.
See more at: Tim Oksanen