mijo biscan album launch
it's time to launch an album
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be launching my new album in the new year. With an A-list band of incredible musicians and support from the phenomenal Georgia Fields.
This one is going to be very special.
This show will feature Danny McKenna on drums, Tristan Courtney on electric and double bass, Kirsty Morphett on keys and vocals, along with a host of special guests and the usual epicness and festivities that come along with a Mijo Biscan album launch 😉.
I can't tell you how excited I am about this! I hope to see you there.
"I've been a fan of Mijo Biscan's music for over 10 years. We get along very well and share a strong musical connection."
word on the street
"Mijo is a very talented song-writer. Mijo's best work and his widening reputation are still ahead of him."
- Clare Bowditch
"Lots of rustic Augie March influence in this brew. Which is good, because I like Augie March a lot.”
- Richard Kingsmill, Triple J
“Well made stuff, especially with that very lively rush of harmonies and sunny guitars."
-Dave Ruby Howe (Triple J)
praise for recent releases
"As a songwriter willing to go the extra mile, you can tell Mijo Biscan summons every fibre of his being for this colossal performance."
"The layered, rollicking sonics are at times reminiscent of Muse, and at other times of Mumford and Sons. Lyrically the track is an exciting, goosebump-worthy call to arms, carried and strengthened by Mijo's simultaneously animalistic and pitch perfect vocals."
“Moody, heartbreaking, stunning, f**king epic.”
– Beat Magazine
“Fantastic haunting pop. There are Buckley-esque tones to the vocals - perfect for the soaring melodies. Lovely warm, acoustic instrumentation. Defo one for fans of Augie March, Mum, Beirut etc.”
- Dan Buhagiar, Triple J
“Lamplight (Mijo's band) and a sold-out Northcote Social Club travelled an intense nautically themed journey that was part sea-shanty, part thrash, part croon, and completely f**king breathtaking. The night saw an aggressive and vivid live beast unleashed after many months of recording.”
– Beat Magazine