Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Jasmine Tan, Astari Mudana, Oscar Saran & Chad Kennedy


Unearthed artists we like

Ivey, Spacey Jane, CLEWS


Website

coconutcreamband.com/

Bio

Astari Mudana, Jasmine Tan, Chad Kennedy and Oscar Saran are Coconut Cream, who together breathe fresh air into their iteration of soaring indie rock reminiscent of Stella Donnelly, Ruby Fields and Jay Som. Since first meeting at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, their connection formed over a mutual love of their craft, bonding quickly through jam sessions that soon turned into studio time.

CONTACT: coconutcreamband@gmail.com
FB: https://www.facebook.com/coconutcreammusic/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_coconutcream/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/coconut-cream-318620777

Review

Review by Joe Khan Joe Khan

30 Apr 2021

Triple J
45

this is one hell of a release. one of catchiest choruses i've heard in a hot minute, love the local sydney references and just all round feels like a real level up. coconut cream have got something to say.

this is one hell of a release. one of catchiest choruses i've heard in a hot minute, love the local sydney references and just all round feels like a real level up. coconut cream have got something to say.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

22 Apr 2021

Triple J
45

oooooh the dreamy nostalgia and wistful wash is just so damn good. listen to this 5 times and you'll be head over heels i promise!

oooooh the dreamy nostalgia and wistful wash is just so damn good. listen to this 5 times and you'll be head over heels i promise!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Apr 2021

Triple J
45

Coconut Cream just dropped my favourite song of the week. I'd single out the cool delivery, buzzing playing and dreamy production but what I love most about this track is that it's concerned with all these small moments but it still feels widescreen and important.

Coconut Cream just dropped my favourite song of the week. I'd single out the cool delivery, buzzing playing and dreamy production but what I love most about this track is that it's concerned with all these small moments but it still feels widescreen and important.