Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie


band members

Nick Acquroff + Dominique Garrard


Influences

bon iver, The National , london grammar, Colin Hay, Neill Finn


Unearthed artists we like

Japanese Wallpaper, LANKS, LASTLINGS, Kllo, Mallrat, Banff


Website

www.theresnyck.com/

Bio

Nick Acquroff & Dominique Garrard live close by in Rye, an hour down the south coast from Melbourne, Australia. They write songs together most weeks and record them on the floor boards that crack on an upright piano, two synthesisers and a recording device that Nick bought one summer during a failed undertaking in journalism. Some nights they make home-made pizza instead.

In 2016, after break out single Decision gave them a national audience, the pair toured Australia with Amy Shark, Felix Reibl, and played major Metropolitan shows with Sarah Louise, Dope Lemon, Mansionaire and others. They released their debut EP, Alive, in the same year (Through Mushroom Music) and played festivals around Australia, including Big Sound, New Years Eve on the Hill and Peninsula Picnic.

In 2018 the band recorded their debut album and return in 2019 with debut single Wild Streak, which premiers in April 2019.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

07 Jun 2019

Triple J
45

I'm stunned. This has quite simply stopped me in my tracks. I thought I could listen to this while I went about my daily work but that immediately proved impossible.

I'm stunned. This has quite simply stopped me in my tracks. I thought I could listen to this while I went about my daily work but that immediately proved impossible.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

06 Jun 2019

Triple J
45

N.Y.C.K. singing directly to you and only you. It creeps up with beauty and grace. Chilling and stunning.

N.Y.C.K. singing directly to you and only you. It creeps up with beauty and grace. Chilling and stunning.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

06 Jun 2019

Triple J
45

Well, that stopped the world turning for 3 minutes 37 seconds.

Well, that stopped the world turning for 3 minutes 37 seconds.