Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


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Bio

Annie Joelle is an emerging Brisbane artist. Originally hailing from Western Australia, Annie made the big move to Brisbane to pursue her music dreams. Annie has created a sound that encapsulates the stories of her lyrics, utilising acoustic and electronic instrumentation and unique samples, alongside her raw vocal timbre, lure listeners into the works of Annie Joelle.
Annie creates an intriguing presence with a 4 piece band and a scene setting soundscape. In the past year Annie Joelle has been playing shows such as the Bloody Mary Brunch at BigSound and Sofar Sounds. She was also able to secure a spot as a Brisbane City Council QUBE Effect finalist.
Over the last year Annie has released pop songs with plenty of sass laced drama. ‘Monsters’ shows another side to Annie’s song writing, being her most personal song to date. Teaming up again with Brisbane producer Maximo, ‘Monsters’ is a thought provoking indie pop track with dark undertones.
The raw emotions depicted in Annie’s lyrics are supported by lush vocal harmonies and glassy guitar tones, ‘Monsters’ will be released on October 29th 2020.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

20 Nov 2020

Triple J
35

annie is adept at dealing out plenty of drama when she wants, those drums are emphatic!

annie is adept at dealing out plenty of drama when she wants, those drums are emphatic!

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

28 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

Annie Joelle has a brilliant artistic vision. Listening to this reminds me of sneaking out at night and having a whole other life. Production-wise as well, this tune is interesting and so well put together. The only fault I have is that I wish the dynamics were expressed better between some of the sections of the song. Live, I recon this problem would not exist, and this track is still brillian...

Annie Joelle has a brilliant artistic vision. Listening to this reminds me of sneaking out at night and having a whole other life. Production-wise as well, this tune is interesting and so well put together. The only fault I have is that I wish the dynamics were expressed better between some of the sections of the song. Live, I recon this problem would not exist, and this track is still brilliant regardless of that minute issue.

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Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

26 Jun 2020

Triple J
35

pop delivered with plenty of attitude. nice one annie!

pop delivered with plenty of attitude. nice one annie!