fever ray, Chairlift, Bjork
Elizabeth Maniscalco - production, vocals & keys
Dreams, love and the people surrounding me..., Bjork, Radiohead, Casiokids, Joni Mitchell, Ladyhawke, Roisin Murphy
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ELIZABETH ROSE is delighted to present her debut EP 'Crystallise'. The EP encapsulates the diversity of her talent, from killer debut 'Ready' to current single 'Again (ft. Sinden)'. Elizabeth burst onto the scene with her debut single 'Ready', marking her as an electronic-pop producer to watch. She was the only female artist to be included on Radar Radio's 'Top 20 Aussie Electronic Artists You Need to Know in 2012' and last December triple j named her a Next Crop 2012 artist. The 22-year-old Sydney artist has had a busy year, touring with the likes of Chairlift, Snakadaktal and Rufus, and collaborating with Sinden, Flight Facilities, and Frames. Now comes her debut EP, out today through Inertia. Elizabeth will soon tour in support of the EP, including club shows in Sydney and Melbourne, and Valley Fiesta 2012 in Brisbane. Ahead of Valley Fiesta, Elizabeth will also perform in-store at Jet Black Cat Music. Highlighted by Inthemix as one of 25 Under 25: Dance Music’s New Stars “This diminutive Sydneysider is turning heads with her gorgeous, dreamy electropop tunes.” – triple j “Extremely talented and gorgeous newcomer” – The AU Review 'CRYSTALLISE' 2012 EP TOUR DATES: SAT 27 OCT – JET BLACK CAT RECORD STORE, BRISBANE Free Entry SAT 27 OCT – VALLEY FIESTA, BRISBANE Free Entry FRI 02 NOV – GOODGOD, SYDNEY Tickets available via www.moshtix.com.au, 1300 GET TIX & Moshtix outlets SAT 03 NOV – WORKERS CLUB, MELBOURNE Tickets available from Corner Box Office (57 Swan St, Richmond) or 03 9486 1677
17 May 2011
Personally, I fi...
Personally, I find it hard for girls to sing over electronic beats without sounding too mainstream. Elizabeth, this isn't a problem for you as you've got it down! PS. You kinda look like Linda Marigliano!
11 Oct 2012
I adore vintage ...
I adore vintage samples - this is a seriously cool way to open a track. I feel like I'm instantly transported back to the 1930s, where Al Bowlly is showcasing Disc Jockey from the future, Elizabeth Rose, and we're all at their swinging soiree. And yes, it's fabulous.