Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


Influences

Robyn, Halsey, George Maple, CHVRCHES, Banoffee, Sky Ferreira, Banks


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CXLOE, Eilish Gilligan, Nakatomi, FLUIR, FEELS, KAIAR, Aeora, Neko Pink, Yeo, MYAMI


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Bio

Emerging from deep within the fertile world of Melbourne musicians, NUSSY has continued to sing her way from dark back alley performances to shimmering festival electronica with a voice that both romances the ears and saddens the heart.

In 2017, she was diagnosed with a benign cyst in one of her vocal folds. After the surgery, NUSSY was unable to speak or sing for several months, putting her music career on hold.

Following a full recovery, 2018 saw the return of NUSSY with the new single ‘Tremble’, a shimmering and bouncy pop number, an ode to the club dance-floor.

Now comes her follow-up 'Lights Go Out', a racing beat about the cascade of emotions during an explosive, romantic fight.

NUSSY has been commanding attention one electrifying live show at a time. In the highly saturated world of electronica, she stands out from the rest as an artist with a story to tell, and the talent to tell it so it is clearly understood – she is no pretender.

With last year performing alongside Asta and making her Singaporean debut at Music Matters, NUSSY has recently returned from taking her her live show to Canadian Music Week (Toronto, Canada) in May and homeland shows in Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane. This August sees her back on the road with both live shows and DJ sets in Perth, Sydney and of course, her home town, Melbourne.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

22 Aug 2018

Triple J
40

they say lightning never strikes in the same place twice but this one flashes wildly again and again and again.

they say lightning never strikes in the same place twice but this one flashes wildly again and again and again.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 Aug 2018

Triple J
40

Listening to the last two or three songs from this Melbourne artist you can tell that they're now crystalising their vision for where this project's going. The glassy textures and pixie vocals all delivered with knowing pop smarts.

Listening to the last two or three songs from this Melbourne artist you can tell that they're now crystalising their vision for where this project's going. The glassy textures and pixie vocals all delivered with knowing pop smarts.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

18 Jun 2018

Triple J
40

This dynamic, punchy, confident strut will leave you trembling.

This dynamic, punchy, confident strut will leave you trembling.