Posted by Jonty Thompson
29. Jul, 2011
We’re pretty lucky, you know? Living in a city where, around every corner, you can be rewarded with a hidden gem, something whimsical and unique to our little corner of the world.
I wandered into The Rainbow Hotel in Fitzroy a few months ago and was expecting nothing of the evening. Walking in, I saw a huddled group of music lovers all glazey-eyed and smitten with the pixie-vocals coming from the girl on stage.
Tessa and the Typecast are originally from Ballarat but have made the trek south and now reside in city surroundings, and this shows in their music. A mix of rural musings and city worldliness they are a joy to listen to.
Check out their new single ‘Painter’ at www.myspace.com/tessaandthetypecast
You can see them live at the video launch of a brand new single on August 6th at
The Grace Darling (116 Smith St, Fitzroy) for only eight dollars!
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