Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


Sounds like

Magnetic Fields, tUnE-yArDs, Blondie, Gary Numan, Beyonce,


band members

Peej - synth & guitar, Louise Terry - synth & vocals, Sez Wilks - synth & vocals, Lucy Roleff - synth & bass, Neil Erenstrom - drums.


Influences

Burt Bacharach & Hal David, New Order, Stock Aiteken & Waterman


Bio

Since starting in 2013 t:dy t:wns have had their song “Sweet Fantasy” reach no.4 in the Australian national airit charts, sold out a headline show at the Bella Union as part of Melbourne Music Week and have had their music played on JJJ, RRR, FBi and all major community radio stations across Australia. Their music has been featured on blogs & news sites as far afield as the Paris Review, New Zealand’s Cheese on Toast as well as Melbourne’s own Mess & Noise. Reviewing their live show, Melbourne based music journalist Andy Hazel said “A major addition to Melbourne’s music scene has arrived, and they’re glorious.”
The group are gradually releasing a series, called Sistercity, of 10 singles featuring 10 different female vocalists - a project where, according to The thousands, "everyone contributes a little bit of awesome" and sounding, according to JJJ's David Howe, something like "Saint Etienne, The Concretes and that ilk, meaning I like it a lot".

Review

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t:dy t:wns

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

19 Feb 2014

Triple J
30

Pretty cutesy music box pop and there's not many people doing it better than t:dy t:wns.

Pretty cutesy music box pop and there's not many people doing it better than t:dy t:wns.