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Sun 9 Dec 2012, 2:00pm

Where: The Wesley Anne, 250 High Street, Northcote, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: reecedillonmusic


Travelling the world often has an everlasting impression on a person. Their mindset, creativity and overall belief is forever altered. For a musician, this experience is taken on a whole other level. After basing himself ‘anywhere but home for four years, Reece Dillon backpacked the world-over writing, discovering, gigging and learning.
The result; Reece Dillon + Ze Jalea Bebès

Self-described as ‘Folklektro,’ RDZJB bring an artistic exploration to every set. A collection of unabashed, variously themed, jubilant pop tunes; introspective and uplifting at the same time. With a parade of close friends (and warranted musicians in their own right) rotating onstage, Reece Dillon has lead his crew on a inventive and memorable journey since early 2010.

Their diverse multi-cultural backgrounds come together to blend into a blissfully melodic sound live. An array of instruments, styles and influential genres making all the right noise.A fresh evolution of un-pigeonholed modern music.The hardworking and committed approach of RDZJB is constantly understated, clocking-up 120 gigs within their first year on the road. Appearances at Anglesea Music Festival, Ocean Grove Music Festival, ACMI’s Tim Burton ‘Live-Nights’ Exhibition and a week long Sydney tour, all-adding to their experience and effortless talent. A persistent and relentless pursuit for musical idealism. Supporting the likes of such acts as Lowrider, Red Ink, Dappled Cities and The Red Eyes; as well as radio appearances and TripleJ Unearthed support (track Old Melbourne Town charting #24), the impressive Jalea Bebès resume is continuously being updated.

A name that oozes youth, charisma, energy and a natural-playfulness; Reece Dillon + Ze Jalea Bebès are not trying to be something they’re not. Unafraid or compressed by limitations, their eyes and ears open to the world and what it has on display. Everything they encompass, believe and want is on offer from the very beginning; and they simply want to share it.