Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie


band members

Ivana Kay Robbie Cain


Influences

Radiohead, The War On Drugs, Tycho


Website

Bio

micra is a project based in Sydney, Australia. Combining elements of organic instrumentation and electronic production, micra makes transportive music with psychedelic textures.

Originating as one of Robbie’s bedroom recordings, the debut single ‘Child Grows Old’ is a swirling, psychedelic piece that defies traditional routines. ‘Child Grows Old’ explores the anxieties that come from moving into new spheres of life and feeling disconnected from those around you. The song is an internal conversation, describing a search for clarity amongst lingering confusion.

Unearthed in 2018

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25 Mar 2018

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Review

Review by Tim Shiel Tim Shiel

11 Jul 2018

Triple J
50

This is the strongest debut since Tom Hanks' 1982 feature film debut as a college student who falls victim to the perilous allure of a fictitious role playing game called Mazes and Monsters. In fact, this song is quite a lot better than that, and Tom Hanks is an Oscar-winning A-list Hollywood actor. So just think about that for a second. This is important. Think about it

This is the strongest debut since Tom Hanks' 1982 feature film debut as a college student who falls victim to the perilous allure of a fictitious role playing game called Mazes and Monsters. In fact, this song is quite a lot better than that, and Tom Hanks is an Oscar-winning A-list Hollywood actor. So just think about that for a second. This is important. Think about it

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

19 Mar 2018

Triple J
40

I'm falling through your multilayered universe, watching everything flicker and change in unpredictable ways. This is brilliantly intriguing.

I'm falling through your multilayered universe, watching everything flicker and change in unpredictable ways. This is brilliantly intriguing.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

15 Feb 2018

Triple J
45

taking me on a dreamy road trip back to the 60s.

taking me on a dreamy road trip back to the 60s.