// Brooke Taylor & Delsinki Records // Autumn
Brooke Taylor and Delsinki Records team up as part of their "Love One" project performing "Autumn" in the round with Timothy Nelson and Dan Lethbridge at Cromwell Studios on Friday 9th of December 2016.
With a voice which can cover country to bluesy with equal poise and assurance, Brooke can turn from foot-stomping to poignancy with incredible ease. Song-writing two weeks after her first introduction to a guitar, Brooke has developed into an accomplished song-writer with a penchant for the human vulnerabilities, fears and joys which everyone experiences and which allows the audience to empathise and relate to.
Craig Johnston, AKA Delsinki Records is a Melbourne based singer songwriter. Originally from Hobart Tasmania, Craig has been involved in several varying musical projects over the years. As the founding member of alternative rock outfit Gretchen Lewis, who released their debut album ‘Issue 1’ in 2010, produced by Lindsay Gravina (The Living End & Magic Dirt) through Green Media. His current and most revealing project to date, is Delsinki Records.
The Love One Project
Alt-folk Melbourne artists Brooke Taylor and Delsinki Records (Craig Johnston) combined talents in 2016, releasing their debut EP Love One boasting a collection of season-inspired tracks that follow the narrative of a romantic struggle.
It is a unique collaboration of catchy light melodies and strong storytelling that demonstrates Taylor and Johnston's songwriting finesse. From the upbeat breezy sounds of opening track Spring (Swim Against The Tide) through to the haunting marching beat of the broken heart in Winter (From The Ashes), this is a poetic arrangement designed to be listened to as a piece.
Seen headlining gigs around Melbourne and recently described in The Music as "two of Melbourne's favourite South-side performers," they have cultivated a stunning live show. In the last two years Delsinki Records has toured with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and in 2015 Brooke Taylor became a finalist in the Telstra Road to discovery.