Since independently releasing his debut single ‘Crescent feat. Liahona’ in April 2017
and Bodybound (EP) the month following, ORCHA has been steadily creating a path of his own. The project’s beginnings came as a test. Being influenced by North American artists Andrew Bird, Rhye and Nicholas Jaar, ORCHA was determined to create electronic sounds using only his violin.
Orcha gives us his menu of top tastiest artists
5 tasty local artists – O R C H A SELECTIONS
I have been listening to a bucket load of Mildlife lately as they have just put out a real tasty new album. Their track “The Magnificent Moon” is an absolute epic and has some beautiful synth/guitar melodies.
Tetrahedra recently released an entire visual EP and continue to create amazing music that pushes creativity to the maximum. They have cooked up a visual treat with a huge list of collaborating artists, well worth the experience of loud speakers and a big screen.
Long time buddies have just released a new EP under the name Adult.Films – deliciously under rated and one to watchin 2018. Lauren Brydie and Sam Plummer share vocals singing sweet songs about modern life.
This. So beautiful. The lush vocals and stellar production make Seavera one of my favourite acts from the FNC turned Melbourne locals. Their songs make you cry like you are cutting onions, but because their music is beautiful, not acidic.
Cutest friends Uncle Bobby and Juice Webster have squeezed some tasty nectar out of some synths, garnished it with some spacey effects and served it up as Hemm: an electronic duo that creates moody ambience and heartfelt electronica. Juice will be supporting me at SUBMERSIVE #1 on Saturday, playing some of her solo tracks and setting the right tone for the night. Yum!
Do your ears a favor and have a listen here of this tasty delight and check out the show:
ORCHA WITH SPECIAL GUESTS JUICE WEBSTER & HYPER REELIST
SATURDAY MARCH 24
NEON PARLOUR, THORNBURY VIC