Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop, Roots


band members

Allara


Unearthed artists we like

DRMNGNOW, DaEN, The Merindas, Alice Skye, Birdz


Bio

Allara is a Yorta Yorta, musician, composer, filmmaker, and involved in the climate
justice movement. Using a double bass and loop station at the core, she is inspired
by ancient oral traditions and is a natural storyteller. Allara harnesses hard-hitting
spoken word taking the listener on a journey reflecting cultural, spiritual and
environmental empowerment. Gently lulling audiences into a united chorus of
unadorned melodies, her sound is unique and soul-stirring.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

10 Dec 2020

Triple J
45

you know when you're wandering through an art gallery and stumble into a big dark room playing a video? you sit down, sink into the darkness, wondering what you're actually looking like but the artist pieces it together and suddenly your patience is rewarded with the realisation and appreciation of the masterpiece you're looking at. yeah, this is a stunning, musical equivalent of...

you know when you're wandering through an art gallery and stumble into a big dark room playing a video? you sit down, sink into the darkness, wondering what you're actually looking like but the artist pieces it together and suddenly your patience is rewarded with the realisation and appreciation of the masterpiece you're looking at. yeah, this is a stunning, musical equivalent of that feeling.

More Less

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

09 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

Another striking piece from Allara. She continues to mesmerise and enlighten with her stories.

Another striking piece from Allara. She continues to mesmerise and enlighten with her stories.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

09 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

i didn't know what to expect when i pressed play and it was such a cool listen. the spoken word combined with the creepy groove and the pop moments all fuse together in a great way.

i didn't know what to expect when i pressed play and it was such a cool listen. the spoken word combined with the creepy groove and the pop moments all fuse together in a great way.