Eilish Gilligan

Photo Gallery: BIGSOUND 2022 – Day 1 ft. Teenage Joans + Marlon Williams and more (06.09.22)

September 7, 2022

The 21st edition of BIGSOUND kicked off yesterday in emphatic style. It opened with a smoking ceremony and Welcome to Country. There was a moving tribute to the late Archie Roach, and performances from Kutcha Edwards, Fanny Lumsden, Loren Ryan and Beddy Rays with a guest appearance from Jen Cassar Daly. The artist showcases were […]

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Eilish Gilligan

Album of the Week: Eilish Gilligan – First One To Leave The Party (2021 EP)

August 5, 2021

Eilish Gilligan has always been capable of creating synth-driven sad bangers. With this ability more than apparent and present across previous EPs and singles, Gilligan returns with her second EP in the form of five track wonder First One To Leave The Party. Following less than a year since debut EP Hospital, First One To […]

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Main image credit: Jess Gleeson

Interview: Imogen Clark on Bastards, London and collaborating

February 16, 2021

Imogen Clark is a machine when it comes out to music. And yet her constant output doesn’t diminish the quality of her work. Her recent release “Forget About London” is the first indicator of her EP Bastards, out later in the year. Clark fuses rock and indie pop to tell her own stories of love […]

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Track of the Day: Eilish Gilligan “I Just Want To Look At You” (2020)

February 12, 2020

For today’s Track of the Day, we’re showcasing the latest from Melbourne singer-songwriter Eilish Gilligan. A lush slice of dream-pop, “I Just Want To Look At You” follows on from singles including “Someone Else” and “S.M.F.Y”. Perhaps better known as the Frida frontwoman, or as a touring vocalist with Japanese Wallpaper, Gilligan branched out on […]

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Live Review: Eilish Gilligan displayed her lyrical excellence at Melbourne’s Gaso on Saturday

September 4, 2018

Melbourne was again reminded of its amazing homegrown talent as the Gasometer was treated to Eilish Gilligan’s sold out performance on Saturday night. EIlish, joined by both Max Quinn and Essie Holt helped the sellout audience forget about the cold and rain with their exuberant sets and loving songwriting. The stage setup was reminiscent of […]

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Live Review: Alex Lahey impresses hometown punters for second gig at 170 Russell

April 19, 2018

It’s been about six months since Alex Lahey headlined a hometown show and she was apparently missed. Two sold-out nights in a row at 170 Russell confirms that. Enjoying the release of her debut record from last year, I Love You Like A Brother; the crowds had more than enough time to become familiar with […]

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Single of the Day: Eilish Gilligan “Creature of Habit” (2017)

October 16, 2017

Eilish Gilligan is very much setting herself up for a prosperous 2018 if her latest work is anything to go by. “Creature of Habit” is another well-fitting piece of music in the Melbourne vocalist’s growing body of work; dabbling between the ethereal and ambient vibes of past work and plunging right into the deep end […]

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New Music You Have to Listen to This Week (June 19th 2017)

June 19, 2017

This week’s wrap up of best new music comes to you straight from our writers and editors who reckon these tracks are definitely worth a listen. Catch up on Julia Jacklin’s sweet new one, the dream-pop single from newcomer Eilish Gilligan or satisfy your inner punk with additions from Sail On! Sail On! and Drown This […]

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Single of the Day: Eilish Gilligan “The Feeling” (2017)

June 14, 2017

Eilish Gilligan has released a damn fine tune in the form of “The Feeling”, one that has us all churned up with ’em this week. It’s a great step forward for the Melbourne songwriter, who has been captivating music fans over the last year. “The Feeling” is sleek and highlights the intriguing vibe that has permeated […]

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Friday Fresh Five #002 – Eilish Gilligan, BATTS, Mesa Cosa, Jesswar…

October 7, 2016

And we’re back at Friday for another week (though given the long weekend just gone by, we really haven’t had that much of a slog, right?) – below are five artists we’ve been listening to this week who have perked us up, gotten us keen for the weekend and excited for some special shows coming up. A […]

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