Awards & Reviews
‘Shiny electro-pop that whizzes, squeals and often feels as if it's about to fly off the rails altogether.’
‘Catchy guitar riffs, pervasive drums, and echoey vocals, it’s a little Le Tigre, a little B-52s (with a dash of Go-Gos) but, more importantly, it’s a whole lot of fun.’
Honing his skills as a touring violinist with the likes of Regina Spektor and Of Montreal, Kishi Bashi is a multi-instrumentalist who weaves fantastical, quirky soundscapes that burst with classical fusions and soaring vocals.
A must-see for fans of Grizzly Bear, Sufjan Stevens and Animal Collective, Kishi Bashi combines sweeping strings with electro-pop and giddy delight.
Joining Kishi Bashi are Melbourne party starters Teeth & Tongue, led by suave songstress Jess Cornelius. One of the slickest bands currently slaying Aussie stages, Teeth & Tongue thrust bombastic 80s synth-pop sounds into a swirling mix of rock and swag.