Currently the Australian music producer at triple j Unearthed

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Tanya Bunter

If You Like SZA

Tanya Bunter

5 tracks

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New On Unearthed Radio 14/09

Unearthed Team

20 tracks

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New music from Teenage Joans, JK-47, Beddy Rays, Thomas Headon and more...
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New On Unearthed Radio 03/08

Unearthed Team

16 tracks

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This week on Unearthed radio you'll hear brand new music from FRITZ, Barkaa, merci, mercy, Sports Car, HAIRCARE and more!
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Jordan Dennis

Review

Review by Tanya Bunter Tanya Bunter

08 Oct 2020

Triple J
45

I can hear this cheeky smirk of confidence all through your delivery. You've split your bars in these alternating rhythms just like JID do so well, which means, as I'm listening I'm holding on to each lyric to keep up. This helps me appreciate all the lyrical nods and name drops of hip hop legends that you've woven in. Also, on God, the smoke and mirrors of JUJO's produ...

I can hear this cheeky smirk of confidence all through your delivery. You've split your bars in these alternating rhythms just like JID do so well, which means, as I'm listening I'm holding on to each lyric to keep up. This helps me appreciate all the lyrical nods and name drops of hip hop legends that you've woven in. Also, on God, the smoke and mirrors of JUJO's production with those slithering horns are a time warp, it transports me to that magic show in your video clip. To bounce back in time but to sound fresh is a tough thing to do, but you've nailed this transportation trick.

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Maple Glider

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Review by Tanya Bunter Tanya Bunter

30 Sep 2020

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45

You've created a track that feels just like that begging, all giving, suffocating experience of being left alone to ponder who and how we love. From the momentary quiver and break in your voice during the early part of the song, to the offering lyrics, "I can be soft... just what you want", to the borderline grotesque, "pull back my limbs", they all enable us to underst...

You've created a track that feels just like that begging, all giving, suffocating experience of being left alone to ponder who and how we love. From the momentary quiver and break in your voice during the early part of the song, to the offering lyrics, "I can be soft... just what you want", to the borderline grotesque, "pull back my limbs", they all enable us to understand this vulnerable sacrificing position. Alongside this wandering bass and anchoring piano you're singing a song about such emotionally intense moments and yet, you manage to channel them into this beautiful, delicate vocal phrasing. Thank you for singing about such dark spaces so earnestly.

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