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Eliza Hull

by Andrew Tijs on May 22, 2012

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Melbourne singer-songwriter Eliza Hull discusses poetry, singing with DJs, recording in churches, the Gypsy & The Cat and Gossling connection, and more at The Old Bar.

Moving from local rock band Describe Eliza to her own lush solo work, Hull has spent three or four years sculpting an innovative sound, mixing synths, electronics, strings, rhythms, and her almost operatic vocals.

We speak to Eliza about the gradual process of putting together her new ‘Dawn’ EP and a nascent album, writing about matters of the heart, tweaking poetry into lyrics, her DJ diversion, a Gypsy & The Cat member helping produce, being part of a new movement of eclectic female artists, and more.

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