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Reverse Charges

Reverse Charges 2 – Presented by No Refunds and The Bald Faced Stag

Reverse Charges 2, a night showcasing Australian D.I.Y. punk and electronica. After the sell out success of the first one, Reverse Charges is back and bigger than ever. Tickets $20

Oceans Of Love Video

Video – Oceans Of Love

Shot & produced by Julie Bennett / Edited by Danny Harris or you can watch the clip on You Tube

Oceans of Love album artwork

Oceans Of Love – Limited Edition Cassette

Includes secret track. Includes unlimited streaming of Oceans Of Love via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more

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OCEANS OF LOVE – VICE:Noisy

Read the Noisy article and listen to Oceans Of Love while you’re there.

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GLOBALE – Germany

As part of the GLOBALE, Tralala Blip is scheduled to present its music for the first time in Germany.

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Music Australia – Top Experimental Releases of 2016

Music Australia’s Top Experimental Releases of 2016

Reverse Charges

Reverse Charges 2 – Presented by No Refunds and The Bald Faced Stag

Reverse Charges 2, a night showcasing Australian D.I.Y. punk and electronica. After the sell out success of the first one, Reverse Charges is back and bigger than ever. Tickets $20

TedX Sydney: A New Way To Listen – A Conversation With Tralala Blip

TEDx Sydney: A New Way To Listen – A Conversation With Tralala Blip

A New Way To Listen – A Conversation With Tralala Blip Story by Emma Koubayssi Read the full story on the TEDx Sydney website “What strikes us most about this electro pop quintet is that there’s purity in the way they play. Tralala Blip has created a space for improvisation. You can almost feel the sensitivity [...]

Oceans Of Love Video

Video – Oceans Of Love

Shot & produced by Julie Bennett / Edited by Danny Harris or you can watch the clip on You Tube

Oceans of Love Review - The Guardian Website

Oceans Of Love Review

The Guardian Website: Music You Missed: 10 essential releases from the Australian underground “This cassette from Lismore electronic group Tralala Blip was released the day they opened Unsound festival in Adelaide. Its songs partially recapture the jubilation that flowed from stage to audience within the gig’s first few minutes. Tralala Blip did not – as others might [...]

The Guardian Unsound Adelaide Review

The Guardian – Unsound Adelaide Review

The Guardian – Unsound Adelaide Review “Tralala Blip remind us beautifully of two things we love about experimental music: the alchemy of collaboration and the raw expressiveness found in unorthodox pairings” Read the full review on The Guardian website.