Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Pop


Influences

David Bowie


Website

Bio

“I just try to make art that makes me feel visible and that pushes me to be fearless.”

" Frankenstein - a slamming new slice of electro-pop with a chaotic nature befitting of its title" - Pilerats

It’s electronic, it’s pop, it’s vibrant. The sound of Australian singer/songwriter Mani Blü. Having grown up performing in theatre and listening to 80s pop stars, Mani’s musical and visual style began to form. Taking influence from Warhol, Bowie and late 2000s electro pop music, Mani strives to bring art back to dance pop and create an immersive audiovisual experience.

“Mani Blü has arrived, with a wonderfully striking visual aesthetic to go with an equally engrossing debut cut, ‘Turn Off The Radio’” - Pilerats

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

08 Nov 2019

Triple J
35

It's like I've gone to the tuckshop, bought all three flavours of wiz-fizz and poured them all into the one bag before chowing the whole lot down. It's so bright and so sweet, love this.

It's like I've gone to the tuckshop, bought all three flavours of wiz-fizz and poured them all into the one bag before chowing the whole lot down. It's so bright and so sweet, love this.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

04 Jun 2018

Triple J
25

Nice one Mani, a worthy first offering. Theatrical and cinematic, I can certainly hear those 70s and 80s synthpop references shining through.

Nice one Mani, a worthy first offering. Theatrical and cinematic, I can certainly hear those 70s and 80s synthpop references shining through.