Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Isabel


Bio

Isabel is a Melbourne-based songstress of neo-soul flavoured with hints of minimalist RnB. The singer/songwriter and producer delivers captivating soundscapes layered with sultry beats, elegant sounds and sweeping honeyed vocals that will leave you feeling serene.

Her single ‘Fences’ has enjoyed over eight million Spotify plays around the world, airplay on Triple J, regular rotation on Triple J Unearthed, and even reached number 10 on Hype Machine’s ‘Most Popular Tracks on Blogs Right Now’. Her next single ‘Stay’ also received strong support from Triple J and was played on Good Nights, Home & Hosed and 2016 with Richard Kingsmill. Offline, Isabel has performed at an impressive line up of local venues, supporting local talents such as Airling and Zefereli.

The 2017 BIGSOUND artist draws inspiration from a mix of soul and electronic artists including Meg Mac, Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker, and Wafia. She is gearing up to release new music in 2020.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

24 Sep 2020

Triple J
45

far too distracted by how much I adore this upload to put words to it. instead, I'm just gonna pin down the replay button and sink into it.

far too distracted by how much I adore this upload to put words to it. instead, I'm just gonna pin down the replay button and sink into it.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Dec 2016

Triple J
40

Fences was a good start for Isabel but this is even stronger. Excited to hear where that pristine voice takes Isabel.

Fences was a good start for Isabel but this is even stronger. Excited to hear where that pristine voice takes Isabel.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

23 Nov 2016

Triple J
40

I feel like there's been a thousand songs like this in 2016. It's hard to write what makes the good ones work, and what makes the others feel a bit ordinary. This one is one of the good ones. Maybe because it's not trying too hard. It just feels natural.

I feel like there's been a thousand songs like this in 2016. It's hard to write what makes the good ones work, and what makes the others feel a bit ordinary. This one is one of the good ones. Maybe because it's not trying too hard. It just feels natural.