At this point in his ever evolving career, pianist and composer, Steve has taken it to the next level with the release of his stunning new album, “Dividing The Darkness,” To fulfill his creative vision for this project, Steve chose to work with one of the premier new age and contemporary instrumental producers in the world; the Grammy winning founder of the legendary Windham Hill Records, Mr. Will Ackerman. Along with Will’s roster of world-class studio musicians at Imaginary Road Studios, Steve has created an album that has garnered critical acclaim from highly regarded reviewers in the genre, who have described it as having “an astonishing level of sophistication, intensity, and heartfelt emotional expressivity,” In fact, the maestro Ackerman himself refers to the emotional range heard in Steve’s recording as: “a testament to the resilience of the human soul and the power of hope,” And in Steve’s own words: “When one’s talent is realized and pursued in a positive way, its limits may be nonexistent,”
Currently touring Europe, Tailor Birds release their second album with an Aussie tour to follow soon! This new album is both a stripped down, minimal acoustic feel, through to a bigger more intense electronic sound, reflecting both light and dark, the full range of the Tailor Birds experience. Recorded in both Holland and Australia, in various studios, Sophie Kinston finds each song have a specific place and purpose on the new record. The album features some incredible musicians from Europe and Australia, and of course Sophie’s electric violin – the glue that ties it all together.
"Slow Club (UK) – One Day All of This Won’t Matter Anymore"
Slow Club’s Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor now release their fourth studio album “One Day All Of This Won’t Matter Anymore,” With help from producer Matthew E. White, the master of Southern-gothic folk, and his in-house band at Richmond’s Spacebomb Studios, they’ve created the consistency and tone the album required. Almost every track was played live in the studio, allowing the long-established session band’s natural chemistry to augment Charles’ and Rebecca’s. “One Day…” contains some of the best melodies they’ve yet created. The duo’s knack for writing hooks and melody has, if anything, become stronger over the last ten years of their career.
1. Where The Light Gets Lost
2. Ancient Rolling Sea
3. In Waves
4. Silver Morning
5. Come On Poet
6. Sweetest Grape On The Vine
7. Give Me Some Peace
8. Rebecca Casanova
10. The Jinx
12. Let The Blade Do The Work
After being based in Melbourne and touring throughout the east coast of Australia, he USA, Europe, and Asia in his various bands for several years, Josh moved back to his home town of Fremantle in 2012. For the past 12 months, Josh has been busy in the studio writing and recording his debut album ‘Call in Whispers’ with Eskimo Joe’s Joel Quartermain. The now completed album was released in April 2016 and is by far Josh’s best work to date. Two singles from the album have just been released; ‘Rain Dancer’ and ‘Front Light’ both of which you will find online with a little help from Google… and if you don’t, then you will just have to go and see it performed live.
Hailing from Adelaide, Julie-Anne Marshall is a late comer to the music world and has self-funded and independently released her debut album, ‘Bluebird’. Growing up Julie-Anne used poetry to express herself and deal with situations in her life, but it wasn’t until her 30’s that she decided to follow her passion for music. She performed with bands around Adelaide working on her performing and song writing skills making the piano her instrument. Her vocal style is earthy yet ethereal – to connect, uplift, heal, that’s the power and purpose of her songs.