Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

Kirsty Tickle


Bio

'Vicious Love' is the new single from Exhibitionist, the solo project of Sydney multi-instrumentalist Kirsty Tickle. The track sees the sensual pop dreaming of her Future Classic debut interrupted and her heavy rhythmic influences reawakened: an echo of her artistic double life in noise duo Party Dozen.

This single punctuates a whirlwind year for Exhibitionist. The Let Go of Love EP premiered on Hype Machine and received radio spins on Radio KCRW and Triple J. It also garnered notable praise from The Line of Best Fit and Dummy Mag for its lush production and artful arrangements. The release spurred east coast supports with internationals Kimbra (NZ) and Sigrid (NOR), as well as appearances at Falls, Laneway and Mountain Sounds Festivals.

'Vicious Love' released independently and is the first single from Exhibitionist’s debut full length, due out in 2019.

Unearthed in 2018

Laneway Festival

17 Dec 2017

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Exhibitionist

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Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

10 Dec 2018

Triple J
45

another one from kirsty that gets deeper under your skin with every listen. dark and danceable and mysterious. and i loooove that clapping percussion.

another one from kirsty that gets deeper under your skin with every listen. dark and danceable and mysterious. and i loooove that clapping percussion.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

17 Oct 2017

Triple J
45

Took me a few listens but I'm completely on board. It has a cool Kelela/Chela vibe with those sparse yet sharp percussive beats, and I just love how controlled those little bursts are alongside your vocals. So well executed!

Took me a few listens but I'm completely on board. It has a cool Kelela/Chela vibe with those sparse yet sharp percussive beats, and I just love how controlled those little bursts are alongside your vocals. So well executed!

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Review by Linda Marigliano Linda Marigliano

16 Oct 2017

Triple J
40

the way this expands to bloom in the chorus, yet retains that sparse prettiness, is really quite something. so

the way this expands to bloom in the chorus, yet retains that sparse prettiness, is really quite something. so