TINPAN ORANGE - THE BOTTOM OF THE LAKE
Melbourne folk outfit Tinpan Orange are set to release their third LP, The Bottom Of The Lake, the follow up to their 2007 gem Death, Love and Buildings.
Recorded between two home studios in Melbourne and Fairhaven on Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. Mixed by Adam Rhodes at Sing Sing and mastered by Ross Cockle at Sing Sing, The Bottom Of The Lake is the debut producing effort from Harry Angus (The Cat Empire).
The first single off the album, Lovely, is a love letter dripping in the sweetness of Emily Lubitz’s voice and wrapped in the glorious strings of Alex Burkoy.
Tinpan Orange are songwriting siblings Jesse and Emily Lubitz, and string maestro Alex Burkoy. They have spent the past year winning hearts at venues across the country and joining the line ups of the country’s biggest summer festivals.
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|MATT THROWE, Rave Magazine 2009|
Cosmopolitan sounds on Melbourne folkists’ third album.
The multicultural melting pot that is Melbourne means various cultural (and therefore musical) elements fuse into the community...more
|CATHERINE GALE, The Advocate 2009|
EMILY and Jesse Lubitz’s gypsy-folk inspired sound was bolstered when the siblings were joined by violinst Alex Burkoy and the trio became the lovely Tinpan Orange. The Bottom of the Lake,...more
|- Michael Dwyer(2009)|
"There's a weird call of the old country about Tinpan Orange - especially weird if you don't have a branch of gypsy caravans in your family tree. Such ...more
|Drum Media - Sydney|
Melbourne acoustic folk trio Tinpan Orange are all about subtlety and nuance, yet lose nothing in the dynamics department as Michael Smith discovers.
|Inner City Courier – Aug 20th 2009. Page 1 Cumberland Newspapers / The Glebe|
Music Puts Aid on the Back Burner
The brother and sister singer-songwriter team Jesse and Emily Lubitz grew up listening to the mellow tones of Paul Simon and the tragic sm...more
|Rhythms Magazine – September 2009|
Tinpan Orange are set to launch their shimmering new album.
No matter what your passion for rhythm is, most are usually unimpressed if woken unexpecte...more
|The Age EG Album Review – 28th Aug 2009|
**** (4 stars)
"There's a weird call of the old country about Tinpan Orange - especially weird if you don't have a branch of gypsy caravans in your family tree. Such is the...more
|Mitch Knox. Time Off 2009|
Delicate, lay-in-a-field-and-cover-me-with-flowers-in-Springtime style folk/roots music seems to be the flavour du jour lately, and it’s a goldmine out there for anybody who likes that kind of t...more
With the same beautiful timbre that has seen a nation fall head over heels for Clare Bowditch and Sarah Blasko, the voice of Melbournian Emily Lubitz has the power to both soothe and to sweep on...more
What’s the first thing that crosses my mind when listening to Tinpan Orange?
Well, to me, it’s Eastern- European gypsies playing in the countryside with their colourful wooden c...more
Think fairies with attitude and a ukulele. Once in a blue moon we are graced with an album which is the most awesome thing to hit music and this, dear fellows, is definitely one of them.
|LANEWAY MAGAZINE (MELBOURNE) 2009|
It’s Sunday. Mid-morning. You’re a little dusty, and it’s already warmish outside. You open up the front and back door to let some air in before you grab the paper and a coffee...more
|THE PLACE (TOWNSVILLE & CAIRNS) 2009|
Tinpan Orange step outside the box with their latest album “The Bottom Of The Lake”, creating an album complete with violin, ukulele and mandolin. Lead singer Emily Lubitz has a voic...more
|Graeme Hammond, Herald Sun Oct 2009|
Don’t expect and rock god posturing from this Melbourne trio: if their shy but charming lunchtime gig in the city last month was any indication, they take the stage with simple motives: to...more