Eleanor Turnbull

Eleanor is a student in Melbourne who spends her sparse pay checks on CDs, gigs and travel, and uses her friends to uncover hidden local treasures. She is a big fan of Singapore, its people and its vibe, and is excited to witness the growing up of its music scene. She loves to discover and write about new music, though her cool factor is significantly lessened by her unashamed love of pop.

Articles:
Tully On Tully: To Asia and beyond
Going international: It’s a Big Scary world
The Jezabels — The Brink
The rise of Lucy Rose: “Everything and more than I imagined”
Vance Joy: “If I knew how to do it, I’d do it every day”
Dum Dum Girls – Too True
Editors – The Weight Of Your Love
Air Dubai – Warning EP
These Brittle Bones: Onwards & upwards
Cold War Kids – Dear Miss Lonelyhearts
Local Natives – Hummingbird
Pop Levi – Medicine
Soft Power Records: Smitten with Singapore music
Citizens! – Here We Are
Alt-J – An Awesome Wave
Mumford & Sons – Babel
These Brittle Bones, Inch Chua & The Metric System, Pleasantry @ Home Club (21.09.12)