Artist info

Genre

Indie, Electronic


Sounds like

Blondie, air, St Vincent


band members

Ella Thompson Dustin McLean James Gilligan Leigh Fisher Natasha Rose


Influences

Brian Eno, talking heads, No Doubt


Bio

AXOLOTL is a creature of collaboration born in a Melbourne home studio.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

17 May 2013

Triple J
50

I knew these guys could write good songs but they've outdone all my expectations with this new one. That production is crisp and precise and Ella's voice is suddenly full of this magnetic personality. This is a treat. So treat yourself to it.

I knew these guys could write good songs but they've outdone all my expectations with this new one. That production is crisp and precise and Ella's voice is suddenly full of this magnetic personality. This is a treat. So treat yourself to it.

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

27 May 2013

Triple J
40

There's a lot of synthy, airy bands around at the mo, with female vocals but this stands out from the pack in a wonderful way. It's a beauty; a song you can really grab on to and hold on to all the way through. Beautiful stuff.

There's a lot of synthy, airy bands around at the mo, with female vocals but this stands out from the pack in a wonderful way. It's a beauty; a song you can really grab on to and hold on to all the way through. Beautiful stuff.

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

17 Nov 2011

Triple J
50

This is really powerful. I loved the little Strawberry Fields touches - is that a mellotron? Production is worldclass. Great stuff.

This is really powerful. I loved the little Strawberry Fields touches - is that a mellotron? Production is worldclass. Great stuff.