Sydney singer-songwriter Elizabeth Rose artist has already won hearts on radio stations and stages in Europe, the US and at home and she is finally releasing her debut album. Documenting her journey from posting self-produced songs on SoundCloud to collaborating with artists such as Flight Facilites and releasing highly-praised EPs, her 12-track debut is an eclectic and RNB-leaning collection of sleek future pop. Once one of the most promising young talents in the local music scene, Elizabeth Rose has blossomed into a bold and self-assured artist with a sound that’s wholly hers.
Calling on featured artists like Chrome Sparks (in the futuristic and soaring ‘Another Earth’), Seekae’s George Nicholas (in the absorbing ‘Close’) and M-Phazes (via ‘Shoulda Coulda Woulda’ and the glitch-filled ‘One Shot’) to name a few, Elizabeth Rose has merged an electronic landscape covered in layered sounds with deep beats that swell, drop and expand against her rich and powerful vocals.
Elizabeth Rose’s work is visceral, urgent and inherently infectious. “It’s me, exploring what I think and believe… Finally, I feel like I can make big statements.”
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Last month saw the release of Sydney-based DJ, singer and producer Elizabeth Rose‘s new single, “Another Earth”, a smooth yet edgy electronic jam that elegantly bridges the gap retro R&B and avant-garde pop. Co-produced by Brooklyn’s Chrome Sparks, it features sparkly synths, rich background textures and an infectious bass line that will make this song bounce around in your head for days.
Having previously worked with Flight Facilities and The Aston Shuffle, Elizabeth Rose released her self-titled debut EP in 2014 and her new single marks yet another exciting chapter in her budding career. Available now via Inertia’s new imprint Midnight Feature, “Another Earth” serves as the first official single off Elizabeth’s forthcoming debut album (due out later this year).
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Hailing from Sydney, 21-year-old electropop producer Elizabeth Rose is fast becoming one of 2012’s most talked-about new artists downunder. Having already released a number of self-produced demos and remixes (Jinja Safari, Flight Facilities), Elizabeth recently unveiled her first official single “Ready”, available worldwide via cutting-edge Aussie label Inertia Access.
Layering dreamy beats, shadowy samples and lofty melodies, the young artist hits just the right spot with this new track. And if the original isn’t enough, the Remix EP features four remixes by Whyte Fang, Polographia, Gold Fields and Nina Las Vegas.
Elizabeth Rose is currently putting the finishing touches on her debut EP (due for release later this year) and she will be touring around Australia with up-and-coming Sydney trio RÜFÜS in August. To celebrate, check out their remix of “Stars Ago”.
Elizabeth Rose - Stars Ago (RUFUS Remix)
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Just a few hours ago Sydney duo Flight Facilities shared the video for the single “Foreign Language”, a summery disco pop number featuring Jess Higgs on vocals. Shot and directed by Dimitri Basil, this retro-looking video is the perfect companion for FF’s 70s-inspired jam.
There is still no official date of release (or title) for a hypothetical debut album by the ever so elusive Australian duo, so for the time being we might as well enjoy a couple of remixes. Beni‘s take on “Foreign Language” keeps the original vibe intact but it strips the mix down and adds a touch of glitchy electronica. On the other hand, Elizabeth Rose turns the song into a chilled after party trip-hop number.
Flight Facilities feat. Jess - Foreign Language (Beni Remix)
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