Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Odette, Kimbra, San Cisco, Meg Mac, TOPS, The Preatures, The Jungle Giants, Hiatus Kaiyote


band members

Guitar/Vocals: Saskia Brittain Bass/Vocals: Timieka Denton Keys/Vocals: Ashleigh Carr-White Drums: Madison Hanley


Influences

Odette, Nothing But Thieves, Meg Mac, Ocean Alley, Kimbra, Hiatus Kaiyote


Website

Gig

Dulcie

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

17 Feb

Fremantle Arts Cen...

Perth, 6160

Fremantle, Western Australia

2:00pm

Gig

Dulcie

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

21 Feb

Sooki Lounge

Melbourne, 3160

Belgrave, Victoria

8:00pm

Gig

Dulcie

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

22 Feb

The Tote

Melbourne, 3066

Collingwood, Victoria

8:00pm

Bio

Formed in mid-2018, Dulcie are a 4-piece indie-pop girl band from Perth, Western Australia. Their mesmerising harmonies, smooth melodic layers, beautiful arrangements and driving rhythms set the foundation for the creation of songs like 'Fall', their debut single released in January 2019. Ashleigh Carr-White (keys and vocals), Saskia Brittain (guitar and vocals), Timieka Denton (bass and vocals) and Madison Hanley (drums) collaborate to write songs performed by any of the three vocalists. Dulcie have found fast success in the Perth music scene gigging heavily and supporting acts such as Mosquito Coast, Spacey Jane, Winterbourne, Demon Days, Riley Pearce, Wooly Mammoth, and Great Gable, who Dulcie will support on their 2019 'Cool Mind Blue' national tour.

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

15 Feb 2019

Triple J
45

Whoa, you're really not mucking around here hey? You've arrived fully-formed. Amazing stuff.

Whoa, you're really not mucking around here hey? You've arrived fully-formed. Amazing stuff.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

02 Feb 2019

Triple J
45

Sure, they wear some of their influences very clearly on their sleeve. But the way they draw those influences together, and impressively add their own punch and dynamics, makes me keen to hear what more they've got for us this year.

Sure, they wear some of their influences very clearly on their sleeve. But the way they draw those influences together, and impressively add their own punch and dynamics, makes me keen to hear what more they've got for us this year.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

21 Jan 2019

Triple J
45

Vocally brilliant. Melodically intriguing. Sonically HUGE. I have fallen, hard.

Vocally brilliant. Melodically intriguing. Sonically HUGE. I have fallen, hard.