Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

Tali Sing


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Website

talising.com

Bio

Tali Sing is a Melbourne-based artist, songwriter and producer. Drawing influence from the realms of the R&B world, Tali Sing’s music is comprised of bone-jarring 808’s, flurries of snares mixed with an underlying sense of grit. This dejected interpretation of R&B/soul-pop is heartfelt and uniquely merges with electronic-infused production. Tali will drop his most recent single ‘Over’ this August. Featuring the soulful-pop vocals of fellow Melbourne artist Evangeline.

In less than one year, Tali Sing has garnered strong attention online following the release of his first single “Breathe In” mid 2015. He soon followed this with his second single “Hiding”, packing out The Grace Darling Hotel in Melbourne for his debut EP Launch ‘The Motions Of Heartache’. Since then he has played a whirl wind across Melbourne and interstate.

Tali Sing has recently received an honourable mention In the International Songwriting Competition in the R&B/Hip-Hop category for his track ‘Breathe In’ alongside Seth Sentry and Briggs.

“Ascendant Melburnian muso Tali Sing is in the throes of some serious buzz at the moment, recently releasing new single ‘On Call’ along with being listed as a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition.” – The Music
“(Breathe In) has done well in positioning the artist as not only an interesting talent, but one we’re looking forward to seeing build upon some solid work in the future.”-The AU Review

“…another fine example of his unique indie-R&B/soulful-pop sound & style, with the vocal assistance of Melbourne songstress Dominique.” – Acid Stag

“Breathe In is a terrific example of what “slow jam” should be. It’s a unique sound reminiscent of New York’s underground electronic music scene, and is evidence that a fusion of genres only has potential to produce something great.” – Casual Band Blogger

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

29 Aug 2016

Triple J
30

Definitely getting that Weeknd kinda vibe here, and love hearing Evangeline on board. A cool slice o' electro-RnB.

Definitely getting that Weeknd kinda vibe here, and love hearing Evangeline on board. A cool slice o' electro-RnB.