Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Amber Fresh, Jake Webb, Sam Maher, Nicholas Allbrook, Ben Witt, Matt Maguire, Tristen Parr, Todd Pickett, Dom Simper, Sam Kuzich, Andrew Clark, Cam Avery, Leonie Brialey, Sheryn Binks, David Craft, David Egan, Ricky Maymi, Brad Prestipino, Laura Lowther, Stephen Bellair, Matt Aitken and a few more


Influences

Ocean water, river water, pals who make beautiful sounds


Unearthed artists we like

Dianas, Allbrook/Avery, mudlark


Bio

Amber Fresh pretty much does her own thing, but sometimes gets friends to help. Rabbit Island shares sometimes members with lots of bands including The Chemist, The Growl, Methyl Ethel, Pond, Allbrook Avery, Tame Impala, Runner, Schvendes, Carbuncle, Kucka, Kill Devil Hills, Doctopus, Gilbert Fawn and more. "O God, Come Quick", Rabbit Island's first album, was released in 2011.

"Man, Amber Fresh probably has the Holy Grail and keeps it in her sock drawer next to some socks and emergency vegetables. She knows something we don't. As Rabbit Island, it's impossible to imagine her hitting a wrong note, in the same sense you wouldn't expect a native speaker of a language to start talking about golf when you ask them what the time is. She could play these songs with her eyes closed (and she does) because they are extensions of herself; her notes, in her songs, about her world. It's all one rippling, endless surface. People shushed each other. That cover of Push It was worth getting rained on as I went home." Alex Griffin, Xpress

"The beautiful yet intimidating setting meant that you could hear every time that Amber Fresh shuffled her chair across the floor or the false starts to her songs. It is these real moments that make Fresh one of Perth's most enthralling musicians. You may never know exactly what you are going to get, even if you can be sure that Adam's Song and Once I Was are exquisite in any setting". Chris Havercroft, Xpress

WAM multi-instrumentalist of the year nominee 2013
WAM solo act of the year nominee 2012

Review

Review of C U Again Again by Rabbit Island Justin Daly

06 Dec 2016

40

I found myself unknowingly meditating whilst listening to this one. If you like being transported away from your boring office desk or if you're stuck in a roof fixing some lighting and are feeling a bit claustrophobic, 'C U Again Again' will gently pluck you up and place you on a galactic wind, soaring you into a wash of colour and woozy synth keys amongst the stars. Best listen...

I found myself unknowingly meditating whilst listening to this one. If you like being transported away from your boring office desk or if you're stuck in a roof fixing some lighting and are feeling a bit claustrophobic, 'C U Again Again' will gently pluck you up and place you on a galactic wind, soaring you into a wash of colour and woozy synth keys amongst the stars. Best listened to loudly and with your eyes closed.

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Review

Reviewed by Kyran Wheatley Kyran Wheatley

04 Oct 2011

Super Reviewer
30

What a beautiful voice and a tender song. Gorgeous stuff. Great production too. love love

What a beautiful voice and a tender song. Gorgeous stuff. Great production too. love love