Hailing from Sydney, 21-year-old electronic-pop producer, Elizabeth Rose, is already one of 2012’s most talked-about new artists.
Layering astral beats, shadowy samples and lofty pop melodies, Elizabeth has experienced a meteoric rise since bursting onto the scene last year. Quickly picked up by the honed ears at Sydney’s FBI Radio and Triple J Unearthed, it wasn’t long before her self-produced demos and collaboration with producer Dr. Don Don, “Never Fear”, were being flogged across national airwaves.
Soon enough, Elizabeth was being invited to play festivals including Parklife, Harvest, Peats Ridge NYE Festival, Field Day, and now Playground Weekender, not to mention support New York's Chairlift, and lend her distinct production to remixes for Flight Facilities and Jinja Safari.
By year’s end, she was named one of Triple J’s Next Crop Artists for 2012, with Home & Hosed host Dom Alessio tipping her “gorgeous, dreamy electropop tunes” in the New Year.
With her debut single "Ready" just released in January, Elizabeth is poised only to amplify the excitement and anticipation that surrounds her. The single will serve as a taste from her first EP, promised for the mid-year. Work for the EP is underway, so keep an ear out for this upcoming talent as she begins to bloom.