What's so good? By Hugh McClure | Jan 08, 2014 | Total plays: 3,853
Sydney producer Elizabeth Rose has become one of Australia's worst kept secrets over the past couple of years. While she's already built up quite a reputation for herself -- her debut EP Crystalise and her work with noted producers like Sinden and Flight Facilities have brought her into the spotlight -- she's on the cusp of seriously breaking out this year. With a second EP dropping next week (which already includes the hit track "The Good Life," which we featured back in September), we've been given yet another reminder of Rose's talent on the record's second single.
She's embraced her love of R&B on her recent releases, and "Sensibility" is the biggest indication of those influences to date. A talented producer in her own right, she's been ably assisted on the record by some of Australia's finest; Cameron Parkin (Shazam) and Styalz Fuego (recently named ARIA's producer of the year) collaborated on the EP. The single itself is superbly polished -- sharp percussion and a throbbing bassline set the scene for her sparkling vocals to take charge.
The best thing about Elizabeth Rose is that her success hasn't come overnight. She's really worked hard for it, and all her hard work is deservedly beginning to pay off. Her self-titled EP is out on Friday January 17 via Inertia Access. Keep up with all the news over on her Facebook.