Giant Dwarf Theatre presents: Tiny Tunes
Tiny Tunes is the new music event series for GD at their brand new home in Surry Hills. In the same way that we’ve been supporting emerging comics over the years, we want to celebrate the history of our new home and give some love to the amazing artists who bring us music.
Brisbane boutique label 4000 Records are excited to announce the debut album from local folk / singer-songwriter Edgar Hurley. ‘The Blame Needs A Place’ is a 13-track expedition through whimsical story-telling, youthful instrumental playfulness, vulnerable self-reflection and quirky tongue-in-cheek lyricism.
Under the Edgar Hurley moniker, Jordan Wearn creates delicate yet complex compositions elevated by a lyrically-driven delivery which is unique but familiar in many ways.
Hailing from the sleepy harbour town of Portsmouth in England and having settled in Brisbane since 2013, Jordan has been writing and releasing music as Edgar Hurley since early 2020. Having initially graced the Brisbane music scene as Milow Pye with the wonderful, self-produced album ‘These Are Private Words Addressed To You In Public‘ in 2018, Jordan returns with a more mature, yet still spirited and wholly endearing release in ‘The Blame Needs A Place’.
“This seemingly light yet melancholy slow burn beauty is accompanied by a bracing music video, falling hand in hand with the tracks raw and comforting DIY approach to an intimate showcase of experience and emotion.”
– Grain Magazine
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