Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Tyler: Drums Conor: Guitar, vocals Shaun: Bass Sophie: Guitar, Vocals, Keys.


Influences

The Pixies, St Vincent, Menomena, Cloud Control, The Strokes, Erykah Badu, Betty Davis


Unearthed artists we like

The Brow, Minky G Collective


Website

Bio

Hailing from the West, four piece indie rock outfit Edie Green continue to bring their backyard jams to the ears of Aussies everywhere. The four Perth friends came together over a mutual love of jamborees and constantly changing music tastes. Influenced by the likes of Hiatus Kaiyote, Betty Davis, The Pixies and Radiohead, Edie Green have been compared to the The Cranberries and The Yeah Yeah Yeah’s. World and jazz inspired beats are the base of Edie tracks, layered with smooth and rolling bass lines, crunchy, fuzzy guitar riffs topped with sweet and sultry lady vocals. Edie Green has been praised for their live performance in Western Australia and over east. They have supported the likes of Jinja Safari and San Cisco, bringing their crunchy tracks to Fairbridge Festival, Hidden Treasures Festival and Festival of the Winds.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

23 Dec 2016

Triple J
40

I listened to this a few days ago. And I'm back listening to it again. Something about this really grows on you. Just keep listening people! Love when that electric guitars kick in too and I love how the lyrics are situated together too. Nice stuuuffff.

I listened to this a few days ago. And I'm back listening to it again. Something about this really grows on you. Just keep listening people! Love when that electric guitars kick in too and I love how the lyrics are situated together too. Nice stuuuffff.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

25 Apr 2016

Triple J
35

You voice is enchanting, and there's so much happening underneath, beach-punk guitars that transform into indie stomp-clap beats into a frenetic hoedown. You're left hotly anticipating the next sonic moment.

You voice is enchanting, and there's so much happening underneath, beach-punk guitars that transform into indie stomp-clap beats into a frenetic hoedown. You're left hotly anticipating the next sonic moment.