ON THE SPOT: Northern Rivers electronic music band Tralala Blip.
ON THE SPOT: Northern Rivers electronic music band Tralala Blip. Contributed

Watch Tralala Blip perform live at TEDxSydney

LOCAL electronic music five-piece Tralala Blip has scored one of their most exciting shows to date: they will be performing at the upcoming TEDxSydney at the Sydney Opera House this morning from 9am.

Tralala Blip will be featuing their latest single, Oceans of Love, the group's performance at the Sydney Opera House will offer a taste of their recently released cassette of the same title.

At the core of Tralala Blip's originality is the impressive contribution of three members with mixed abilities.

Northern Rivers residents Lydian Dunbar, Matthew Daymond and Zac Mifsud add a powerful dynamic to the ensemble through their joyous self-expression.

Formed in 2007 by Randolf Reimann as a workshop for individuals with mixed abilities, the group has now played stages across Australia as well as the UK, Poland and Germany, where they completed a two-week residency at ZKM and performed live at ZKM's Globale Festival.

Tralala Blip recently used obsolete technology to build unconventional instruments and create sound design as a contribution to the Nothing Is Useless exhibition at the Lismore Regional Galley and Wagga Wagga Gallery.

They continue to expand beyond the stage with a newly commissioned project by NORPA and Urban Theatre Projects, which see's Tralala Blip as both actors and composers, treating audiences to cinematic audio-visuals and original electronica sounds.

TEDxSydney will be held at the Sydney Opera House today.

Lineup

  • Lydian Dunbar - rhythmic samples, beats, kaossilator, iPad and vocals
  • Matthew Daymond - sine wave synth, white noise machine, audio cubes and vocals
  • Zac Mifsud - Frostwave SpaceBeam, kaoss Pad, harmonica and vocals
  • Randolf Reimman - programming, live button pushing and mixing, synth bass and vocals
  • Phoebe Rose - square wave oscillator, kaleidoloop, hacked Darth Vader voice changer and vocals

Watch



Accused priest denies child sex claims at trial

premium_icon Accused priest denies child sex claims at trial

Catholic priest is accused of abusing two boys in the 1980s

Fed up dairy farmer predicts demise of Aussie milk

premium_icon Fed up dairy farmer predicts demise of Aussie milk

"It won't be long before there are milk shortages".

Abnormally warm weather until until 2022

premium_icon Abnormally warm weather until until 2022

Experts weigh in on what this will bring

Local Partners