Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

Nicole Millar


Unearthed artists we like

Sweetland, Cosmo's Midnight, Young Franco


Bio

Sydney’s Nicole Millar has gone from strength to strength in the last 18 months. Having first gained our attention with her soul-melting vocals on Cosmo's Midnight track ‘Phantasm,’ Nicole has since written and performed vocals with Peking Duk on their ARIA Award winning, #1 triple platinum selling single ‘High’ which also reached #2 on Triple J’s Hottest 100. Nicole has also also featured on club hits for What So Not's Emoh Instead and the Golden Features hit 'Tell Me', amongst others.

Nicole's ethereal, amazing vocals have meant she’s been invited to sing on stage with Rüfüs and The Kite String Tangle, and she also performed a show stopping set at Splendour In The Grass for Red Bull Music Academy. Nicole is currently working on her debut record, where she has been collaborating with high profile international and local producers. After having worked with and held her own alongside some incredible artists the last year or so, the scene is set for Nicole Millar to make a mark of her own in 2015.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

23 Oct 2013

Triple J
40

I've heard a few of Nicole's tunes already but I think this one's my favourite. It doesn't shout out as boldly as some previous songs but rather skulks around on a lush synth bed giving Nicole's voice some space to float around super smoothly.

I've heard a few of Nicole's tunes already but I think this one's my favourite. It doesn't shout out as boldly as some previous songs but rather skulks around on a lush synth bed giving Nicole's voice some space to float around super smoothly.

Review

Review by SANZARA HI MOTIVE

22 Jan 2017

45

This artist is incredible. Followed her since we heard her in Golden Features and Peking Duk tracks, and everything she touches seems to turn to gold. Fall is one of her many great pieces.

This artist is incredible. Followed her since we heard her in Golden Features and Peking Duk tracks, and everything she touches seems to turn to gold. Fall is one of her many great pieces.