Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


band members

Mat Daymond, Randolf Reimann, Lydian Johnson, Zac Mifsud, Phoebe Rose


Bio

Tralala Blip are an Australian unit of differently-abled musicians hailing from the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.

Over the past decade they have carved out a unique position in the Australian electronic music community. Working to overcome a range of challenges imposed by their disabilities, Tralala Blip have created a range of approaches to instruments, performance and composition that allows them to seamlessly create music together.

Eat My Codes If Your Light Falls is their first full length album in over five years. It charts out an entirely new sonic universe that is the resolution of several years of intense live performance and expanded studio experiments. Produced by Lawrence English, the record explodes their working methodologies and reveals a collective sacred heart that is fuelled by their intoxicating post-electro pop melodies and diarised lyrical poems.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

19 Jul 2019

Triple J
45

This is so entirely immersive, drawing me in to the point where I'm squeezing my headphones as close to my ears as I can. What a special song.

This is so entirely immersive, drawing me in to the point where I'm squeezing my headphones as close to my ears as I can. What a special song.

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

17 Jul 2019

Triple J
45

This will squeeze your heart and scatter your brain. It's so beautiful, so sad, so profound: feels like a direct connection to your heart and soul. Those sounds are cold and distant, but the vocals couldn't be more open and honest. Stunning.

This will squeeze your heart and scatter your brain. It's so beautiful, so sad, so profound: feels like a direct connection to your heart and soul. Those sounds are cold and distant, but the vocals couldn't be more open and honest. Stunning.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

16 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

one of those songs where everything around you pauses and this one takes hold.

one of those songs where everything around you pauses and this one takes hold.