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Bryan Estepa


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Bryan Estepa is no stranger to Sydney’s music scene. He has served his time in indie bands such as Swivel (1998-2000) and Hazey Jane (2004-2005), as well as having a dabble on his lonesome with an EP released under the moniker Adeline (2003). In 2006 though he went all out singer-songwriter with his debut solo album ‘All The Bells And Whistles.’ Full of catchy, breezy pop with an alt country slant the response the album received were, according to Estepa, way above and beyond all of his expectations.

There were the universally glowing reviews for starters, with the album landing firmly in Top Ten Best Of lists as far away as the US and Spain. In fact, so successful was the album in Spain that Estepa signed to the respected Rock Indiana Records label there and did a national tour. An invite to play the 2007 International Pop Overthrow Festival in New York also resulted into his first foray and shows in America. Not that he was neglected at home, as he enjoyed regular airplay on Australian radio stations Triple J, FBi, 2SER, ABC Radio to name a few. The jangly pop of ‘Right Now’ also featured in an episode of one of Australia’s biggest TV show’s ‘Bondi Rescue. The Australian press raved about the album, consistently using phrases such as “delightfully listenable” and “captivating pop.” Estepa finished 2007 by being listed in Sydney’s Drum Media as one of their top artists to watch in the next year.


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