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Angela Rose Delivers Utopia to Continue to Thrive Early in Career | Newcastle Herald

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ANGELA Rose adopted such a nonchalant attitude when releasing her debut single Summer Love last March that she had no idea that triple j was digging her song. “I put it [on triple j Unearthed] and I forgot about it and looked back a few weeks later and there was some criticism from Dave Ruby Howe and a few other triple j presenters, ”Rose said. “It was quite surreal. I absolutely did not expect that. I also missed my triple-j debut on Roots’ n All because I wasn’t checking my emails because I wasn’t expecting it. next Tuesday. Utopia leans on its playful indie-pop sound, which also incorporates a touch of alternative country thanks to Rose’s love for Fleetwood Mac, Joni Mitchell and modern artist Maggie Rogers. Rose’s fragile voice sits somewhere between Julia Jacklin and Hannah Joy of the Middle Kids. . “I’ve been writing for a while now, but with these two [Summer Love and Utopia] I could predict from the start what I wanted them to be, “she said.” These two songs made it very easy for me to see the whole picture. “Rose, real name Angela Matla , previously starred with sister Sarahlyn Cowper in The Feather Chain duo. The duo performed a multitude of shows around the Hunter, including a supporting slot with The Black Sorrows in early 2020. After Cowper got pregnant and focused on motherhood, Rose decided to go ahead with her music. A friend recommended Summer Love as the first single, so Rose teamed up with producer Rhys Zacher at Glendale’s Spinlight Studios to see what happened. turns out good, I’ll post it and if it turns out bad nobody needs to know. I went there and ended up liking the product. ” Rose is working on her debut EP, which she plans to release in 2022 to coincide with her first tour. IT IS OK that Romy Church, aka e4444e, has a song called Burning on his latest album Autumnal Eve about the Buddhist philosophy of suppressing self-belief. The Newcastle electronic artist tried to reinvent himself on his third album, but as he found out, it’s almost impossible to get lost. “I wanted to make my own rock album, but it didn’t come out that way obviously, but there are rock elements for sure,” Church said. “It’s my version of a guitar album, I suppose. Church wrote Autumnal Eve on acoustic guitar last year, building on the more organic sound he first unveiled on his 2020 Coldstream Road album. While the album features more conventional instrumentation – provided by himself, his brother Noah Church and Dougal McMullan – e4444e trademark ambient sounds give Autumnal Eve a meditative feel. In fact, the album is influenced by Buddhist poetry and space and continues the fascination of Church for the nature he first explored when he debuted in 2018, Mr Dover and The Endless Rovers. “As I get older, my way of thinking changes [nature influencing my music]”he said.” I think this is my ocean album in terms of space. If the last one was a river, then this one is an ocean. “An album launch tour is scheduled for February. THE Hunter has two chances of winning the Listen Up Songwriting Prize after Newcastle’s Boi (Anna Buckingham) and LaHi of Singleton (Laura Higgins) advanced to the national grand final.The other artist to have progressed since last week’s NSW semi-final was Sydney’s Goldheist (Hester Fraser), who is the granddaughter of the Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser. NEWCASTLE Country Queen Catherine Britt has teamed up with Melbourne Americana Faithful Lachlan Bryan to form The Pleasures Pleasures debut single The Beginning Of The End will be released on January 21 on the Beverley label Britt’s Hillbilly Records to coincide with the duo’s opening concert at Welders Dog on January 20 during the Tamworth Country Music Festival. Hunter fans can see The Pleasures on February 9 at the Grand Junction Hotel. Live music gara COVID-19 at Newcastle University’s Callaghan campus has been non-existent since the Pnau and Rubens weekend in April. However, Bar On The Hill is snapping up a big return show on December 11 to end 2021 on a high. Party On The Hill features a hunters-only lineup, with Maitland producers Just A Gent (Jacob Grant) and Kinder (Savannah and Briony Osei) headlining and Newcastle dance rockers Raave Tapes. Bill also includes Jayteehazard, Slapjack, Teddie, Osprey, Kai West, Hoie and Lachy G.

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