SUNDAY MUSIC: THE STAMPS & HAVE A GOOD DAY
The Stamps Perth’s folk-pop trip The Stamps present mesmerising folk harmonies and thoughtful lyricism similar to that of BoyGenius or…View SUNDAY MUSIC: THE STAMPS & HAVE A GOOD DAY
Triple j favourite and one of Australia’s fastest rising stars, Tash Sultana returns home with a handful of her biggest shows to date. Sailing in the wake of her recently sold-out world tour, her FAC show on Thursday 7 December will be the last chance to witness her mercurial talents until the end of 2018, as Tash bunkers down to write and record her debut album.
Tash has spent the last 18 months collecting fans and selling out shows worldwide in a whirlwind of activity. Riding high on the back of her singles Jungle, Notion and Murder To The Mind, the accolades have come thick and fast.
She landed the number 3 slot in last year’s triple j Hottest 100, picked up the Unearthed J Award, hit the top 10 of the ARIA chart with her EP Notion, exceeded gold sales for her single Jungle and has watched the view count on her YouTube channel rocket into the millions.
These standalone performances will serve as a benchmark to just how much Tash has achieved since she was first discovered busking in Melbourne’s CBD. Solo on the stage, as she was on the street, she has a rare ability to create wholly intimate atmospheres, even in the largest of spaces. A diminutive figure equipped with searing confidence and incredible skill, Tash utilises her self-taught skills on over 15 instruments to compliment her powerfully exotic voice and build an intoxicating on-stage atmosphere.
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