MOST ii – The Singularity

Thirty experimental artists, 2 countries and a creative investigation into the end of the World. MOSTii THE SINGULARITY is a noise opera and collaborative performance with the internationally renowned Rabih Beaini aka Morphosis via Berlin / Lebanon, Mikolaj Trazska – the most important Jazz Polish artist alive today, Polish avant guard inclusive outfit REMONT POMP and Australia’s... Read More

Music Australia – Top Experimental Releases of 2016

Check out Music Australia’s Top Experimental Releases of 2016 See the full list here: musicaustralia.org.au “Tralala Blip – Oceans Of Love, (February, Tenth Court) Based in Lismore on the far north coast of NSW, this group breaks boundaries left, right and centre. The project came about after Randy Reimann formed the five-piece in 2007 by working with a group of talented... Read More

Thigh Master – Early Times LP Launch

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

Reverse Charges 2 1 October at 5pm–1:00am Presented by No Refunds and The Bald Faced Stag After the sell out success of the first one, Reverse Charges is back and bigger than ever. Grab tickets from moshtix Bands: More to be announced – check out the Reverse Charges Facebook page Ausmuteants Unhinged punk from Melbourne. Fourth(!) album Band Of The Future out... Read More

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 and awareness that moves between its members. The experience... Read More

Video – Oceans Of Love

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

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... Read More

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.  Read More

unsound Adelaide Review – INDAILY.COM.AU

IN DAILY unsound Adelaide Review …Shadows climbed inside the hall as bleeps and earnest vocals weaved into the thump; the communal heart of Tralala Blip from regional NSW. Their beeps, swishes and trills suggested they had decommissioned R2-D2 and built drum machines and effects gear with his kindly circuits… Read More Read the full review at the indaily.com.au website  Read More

Tralala Blip @ 4ZZZ Carpark

Tralala Blip@4ZZZ Carpark Read the full review on the 4ZZZFM.ORG.AU website On a Sunday afternoon considerably cooled from the Election Day heat of the day before, what better way of seeing off the weekend than spending some time in the 4ZZZ Carpark and catching some bands. A good number of people shared this thought, packed in the small confines, ready for quality tunes… Read... Read More