Tin Pan Orange
Melbourne folk pop outfit Tinpan Orange have been quietly spinning their alluring web of gypsy-infused acoustic longing since the intoxicating sound of Alex Burkoy's violin woke song writing siblings Jesse & Emily Lubitz at a festival one New Year's Eve. Having spent the past year winning hearts at venues and festivals across the country, the band make their Red Bennies debut with their new LP The Bottom Of The Lake, produced by Harry Angus (The Cat Empire, Jackson Jackson).
"This is a class act, refined with constant touring and primed for targets close the heart." - Herald Sun Newspaper **** (4 stars)
Tinpan Orange has performed in every state in Australia at some of the best known festivals such as the Woodford Folk Festival ‘07/’08 & ‘09/’10, QLD, Chill Island Festival, ’07, VIC, The Fairbridge Festival ’08 & ‘09, WA, Falls Festival ’09 VIC, Sunset Sounds, ‘09 QLD, and the Port Fairy Folk Festival ’09 VIC to name a few.
Steve Barnes (artistic director of WA’s Fairbridge Festival): “I can honestly say we’ve never had such an overwhelmingly positive audience response… I have great pleasure in recommending this act in the strongest terms to any festival organisers.”
After 4 years of playing and touring with Sydney group KAYA, Juleiaah relocated to Melbourne to create her new band KISSHEAD.
Featuring her partner Jeremy (front man of Electro Hip Hop outfit The Melodics) on Glockenspiel, Leon Thomas on guitar and Edd Fisher on kickdrum and trinkets, KISSHEAD delivers a gorgeous show full off catchy and cute songs by Juleiaah and Jeremy along with sexy vocal back ups by her 3 boys.
KISSHEAD released their first EP Lovestep in Dec 2009, launched it to Sydneysiders at The Basement in May 2010!
Notes: Show times are approximate. Most tickets are for General Admission / standing room only - if you wish to book a table or a booth, please call the Red Bennies office to make a reservation on (03) 9826 2689