Triffid Stripped W/ Andrew Tuttle (Free)

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Triffid Stripped – Stripped back tunes from 2pm every Sunday in the Beergarden

Andrew Tuttle, based in Brisbane, Australia; creates an instrumental sonic convergence of acoustic and electronic tones. Performed on instrumentation including banjo, acoustic guitar, synthesiser and electronics; Tuttle’s recordings and performances encompass elements of abstract folk, ambient electronics, clawhammer banjo, soli (sic) guitar and pre-war country blues.

Tuttle’s second album Fantasy League, released on Room40’s avant-pop imprint Someone Good in March 2016; has been praised by national and international press including AllMusic (9/10 recommendation), ATTN (UK), Cyclic Defrost, Flush The Fashion (UK) and Sound Doctrine; with radio airplay on Double J, triple j unearthed and community radio nationwide and international airplay throughout Europe and North America. Following Australian and Europe touring in the first half of 2016, Tuttle will be concluding the year with a showcase at BIGSOUND festival prior to a run of headline dates along the east coast.

Tuttle has performed at festivals including St Jerome’s Laneway Festival (Brisbane, AU), Melbourne International Jazz Festival (Melbourne, AU), OtherFilm Festival (Brisbane, AU) and Sonic Masala (Brisbane, AU); and venues including Cafe OTO (London, UK), Gallery of Modern Art (Brisbane, AU), Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane, AU), Le Bourg (Lausanne, CH), 107 Projects (Sydney, AU), HeK (Basel, CH), Plunge (Milan, IT), Brisbane Powerhouse (Brisbane, AU), The Old Museum (Brisbane, AU) and Howler (Melbourne, AU). He has collaborated with musicians including Matmos, Mike Cooper, Blank Realm, Lawrence English, Heinz Riegler (Not From There) and Cornel Wilczek (Qua); as well as supporting artists including Matmos, Julia Holter, Forest Swords, Hauschka, The Soft Pink Truth, Daniel Bachman, OM, Deradoorian, Pimmon, and Omar Souleyman.

Prior to 2013, Tuttle primarily recorded and performed under the moniker Anonymeye. After three albums, two dozen other recorded appearances and over one hundred live performances in Australia, Europe, and New Zealand; the Anonymeye moniker was retired in early 2013.
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By: The Triffid