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Mal Webb & Kylie Morrigan

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Vocal adventurer, multi-instrumentalist and looping beatboxing songwriter Mal sings his brain provoking songs using all sorts of vocal techniques, guitar, mbira, slide trumpet, trombone, chromatic harmonica and a loop recording pedal called Derek. And Kylie (who's played with Orchestra Victoria and the likes of Stevie Wonder and Barry White!) provides violin and voice in a perfect balance to Mal's nutsness. Their arrangements are intricate and playful. Imagine Einstein, Dr Seuss and Paganini making pancakes.

Links:

malwebb.customer.netspace.net.au/MalAndKy.html
malwebb.customer.netspace.net.au
youtube.com/channel/UCDSHDZdFSlHjf27Q6S2WoxQ
facebook.com/pages/Mal-Webb-music/26522057935
malwebb.bandcamp.com
soundcloud.com/malwebb

Press:

"Terribly clever....I haven't heard lyrics like that since Cole Porter" ~ Phillip Adams (ABC radio).

"I didn't know beatboxing could be so musical" ~ Mark Holden

"Cute songs" ~ Kaz Cooke.

"Gosh, to imply a sharp nine chord with only 3 voices... that's brilliant arranging!" ~ Simon Jeffes (Penguin Cafe Orchestra).

"That was great. I wish you'd played more, though I can understand why you didn't" ~ Crystal Wilkenson (nee Bailey) at a pub gig in Tamworth (Australia's country music capital).

"You have an amazing voice, but we don't like your kind of music here" ~ High school student in Ceduna, South Australia.

"Nah Man, you sound like Stevie Wonder" ~ Vince Jones (just after I'd sung "Kimba the White Lion").

"Gee, and I thought I did weird shit with my voice!" ~ Julian of the Mighty Boosh

"I'm just off to buy your CD...are you sure you want to swap?" ~ Rory McLeod. We did a swap... of course!

"Is he alright? He sounded a bit like a chook" ~ Elderly Sydney ABC radio listener.

"You're a freak" ~ Ani DiFranco, after I did a support for her at Port Fairy Folk Festival 1998.

"Like a cross between Ella Fitzgerald and Bobby McFerrin" ~ Monica Trapaga (Play School and stuff)

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