Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


band members

Kirsty Tickle


Bio

Exhibitionist is the new project from Sydney-based artist Kirsty Tickle. As one half of noise act Party Dozen, the multi-instrumentalist performs behind an incendiary wall of sound, whereas Exhibitionist is the antidote. First single ‘Hands’ is laid bare, radiating vulnerability and a cold elegance not found in PD’s fiery aural affront. Woodwinds feint subtly between rolling drums, while vocals float above hazy synths.

Raised in Toowoomba QLD, Tickle started performing in Brisbane as a member of Little Scout. Her versatility as a singer and multi-instrumentalist has seen her grace stages locally and abroad as a touring member for The John Steel singers, Henry Wagons and Parades.

“Hands" was produced by Tickle and Jonathan Boulet in Marrickville, Sydney.

Unearthed in 2018

Laneway Festival

17 Dec 2017

Winner

Exhibitionist

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Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

24 Apr 2018

Triple J
40

it's intricate and intimate and when it kicks into gear i'm once again swept up in exhibitionist's music. it takes a couple of listens but that is certainly no detractor.

it's intricate and intimate and when it kicks into gear i'm once again swept up in exhibitionist's music. it takes a couple of listens but that is certainly no detractor.

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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