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Mon, 23 June 2014


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With 2013 seeing the release of not one but three huge singles, a tour of Australia and Asia singing with the Australian Chamber Orchestra as a part of ‘The Reef’, as well as sold out shows in Melbourne and Sydney for his debut Delsinki Records EP tour, one can forgive Delsinki Records for having a week or two off… but in the words of the man himself “moustache wax isn’t cheap.”
Now one could argue about that statement for quite some time, but there is no argument from fans when it comes to last years releases of “In Over My Head”, “Sanchez” and “Burnt Out by the Light” (the touching tribute to friend and beloved musician Sonny Lewis), Delsinki Records is on a hot streak.
Saddling up again with producer Cameron McKenzie they have hit the ground running this year with the release of “Tokyo Rose” (a song inspired by Iva Toguri D’Aquino who famously transmitted radio broadcasts from Japan designed to deflate the morale of Allied troops during WWII).
“Simplify Me to the Villain” was shot by multi award winning photographer Jon Frank (who was Director of Photography on The Reef) and asks if it’s easier to write off someone as a bad guy rather than listen to both sides of the story - a cautionary tale in this era of “goodies and baddies” in Australian politics? Maybe.
June 25th 2014 finds Delsinki Records collaborating with varying artists including Jon Frank, Ginger Snaps (Shibari bondage artist), body art performers painted by Annabelle Scarlett, as well as dark comic artist Mike Foxall for a veritable feast of the senses at the brand new Ministry of Art in St Kilda.
This feast for the senses will feature digitally projected images of Delsinki Records clips to entice the viewer in, then a live body art meets music fusion, incorporating a full band and four fluid moving “bodies” of art.

June tour dates TBA.

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