Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


band members

Jane McArthur


Influences

Mis Dyson, Ainslie Wills, Harry Connick Jnr, Jeff Buckley


Website

www.janemcarthur.com

Bio

Jane has steadily been wooing Melbourne audiences with her solo and band shows, and is widely admired for her soulful vocals, poetic writing and bluesy undertones. She is currently riding the wave of her latest release ‘ephemeralogica’, the culmination of a project whereby she recorded and released a new song every month in 2015 with various producers and musicians. Each song on the eclectic compilation is a testament to the team of artists collaborating in the room on the day, woven together by the characteristic voice of the writer and the desire to celebrate of the here and now.
She released her debut solo album - 'Lemon Tree' in 2012. Hailing from Tasmania, she started out as front-woman for blues/funk/soul outfit Let The Cat Out. She has recorded two albums of her own material with Let The Cat Out ('Get It Like That', 'Swimming Upstream’).

Review

Anthony Kost

17 Jun 2016

40

Loving the cut of your jib

Loving the cut of your jib

Review

tarikmuka

09 Jun 2016

50

this song makes me feel more Aussie, and more proud to be Aussie, than I have words for. I travel far too much, and to hear this voice, this honesty, and gravel and stoic hurt... is how i wish people heard me. Chances are they don't, but it's glorious to dream.

this song makes me feel more Aussie, and more proud to be Aussie, than I have words for. I travel far too much, and to hear this voice, this honesty, and gravel and stoic hurt... is how i wish people heard me. Chances are they don't, but it's glorious to dream.

Review

tarikmuka

09 Jun 2016

45

Classic Jane - lyrics too smart for Js and play-me-again rhythms. 'I'm leavin'... again" she sings... sounds like me flicking the channel on my car stereo to escape from most of the crap on the radio these days... only to reluctantly return coz I can never find anything this cool.

Classic Jane - lyrics too smart for Js and play-me-again rhythms. 'I'm leavin'... again" she sings... sounds like me flicking the channel on my car stereo to escape from most of the crap on the radio these days... only to reluctantly return coz I can never find anything this cool.