is his refusal or inability to be restrained by gen
re. Whether writing an anthemic lullaby such as
"The Big Empty" for his band Motocade (2010) or the hauntingly aggressive “The Virus" for the
dance work “Body Fight Time" (2012), the juxtaposition of disparate entities seems to come
naturally to him. This makes for a filmic quality t
o much of his music and it comes as no surprise
that he is equally at home composing for dance or film as he is for his band and solo work.
In his music, as in life, anything goes. Sadness ca
n be uplifting, desire be as impassive as a rock
and memories be as suddenly vivid as the monitor lizards he occasionally sees on his runs up the
hill behind his house. If all this sounds poetic then the cap fits. Even his take on pop music involves unexpected arrivals and departures, conventional and operatic voices, ripped apart rhythms and
ethereal bridges, solidly resounding hooks and moody ascents.
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Other tracks by Eden Mulholland: Utopia - Four to the Floor
|Number Of People In Act||Solo|
|State/Territory Artist Is Based In||QLD|
|City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In||Brisbane|
|Taken From The Release Titled||Haunted Haunted|
|Copyright Holder's Name||Eden Mulholland|
|Media Servicing Date||2015-08-19|
|Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners||No|
|Artist Official Web Site||http://edenmulholland.net/|
|Artist Social Network Page||http://www.facebook.com/edenmulhollandmusic/|
|Content Provider||Footstomp Music|