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Dustin Tebbutt

When:

Sat 7 Dec 2013, 8:00pm

Where: The Small Ballroom, 139 Maitland Road Newcastle, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.85
  • Additional fees may apply

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Saturday 7th December: Small Ballroom, Newcastle
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Falling for the northern hemisphere ... the notion of life in winter and the appeal of a hibernation far away, Dustin Tebbutt relocated to Sweden for 2 years to live and work, write and record.

The result was this tenderly sculpted music about that move to the other side of the world ... the things he left or lost along the way, and the person that came back.

Tebbutt’s debut four track EP entitled ‘The Breach’ was released last week, including the title track with three new songs - ‘Where I Find You,’ ‘The Wolves (Reprise)’ and ‘White Lines’.

The lead single ‘The Breach,’ a crisp Indie/Folk tune has received radio play, with multiple spins on BBC1 in the UK, additions to high rotation on triple j and Unearthed Radio in Australia, and a growing number of community and college radio stations giving the tune air time both at home and abroad.

Accompanying the EP is a newly crafted video for 'Where I Find You.’ While trawling through a bunch of Creative Commons footage, Dustin stumbled across some old documentary style images. After working with ice, light and electricity to produce some desired effects, this footage combined with the song creates an intriguing video.

Dustin will be performing a string of dates over the coming months. Prior to headlining a run of shows in November & December announced today, Tebbutt will join Boy and Bear on their upcoming national tour commencing later this month. A full list of dates and venues with ticketing information is below.

With glowing reviews and a quickly growing fan base, Dustin’s music is boldly gaining momentum from it’s humble and completely organic start ... a strong sign that his textured blend of carefully crafted sounds and lyrics has the weight to really stir the emotions.

Writing, producing and mixing the project as well as playing the majority of the parts, ‘The Breach’ is a solo work in the full sense. Paying musical homage to northern hemisphere winter dwellers such as Sigur Rös, Jose Gonzales and Justin Vernon, it’s an insight into the mind of a young man confronted by distance and isolation, yet intoxicated by the stark beauty of life at 28.

This is the music for your autumns and winters. For the soft light, for the rainy windowpane, for that silent drive in the night, or the carving of a home from a new place.