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Grace Woodroofe


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Perth born singer-songwriter, and indie-blues chanteuse Grace Woodroofe, came to public awareness at age 16 when she entered two demo recordings into the influential Australian radio station Triple J’s Unearthed competition. These songs found their way to Los Angeles artist collective, The Masses who immediately sponsored Grace to come to the United States to record and develop her sound.

Grace found herself in Los Angeles surrounded by creatives and collaborating with a series of musicians who helped her develop her singular voice into a chorus: Producer Carlos Nino, best known for his work with the influential Dublab collective, singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel of American Music Club and Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who produced the track “Quicksand”, a performer and arranger with artists such as Beck, Gnarls Barkley, Tori Amos and currently Nine Inch Nails.

Upon completing her studies in Perth, Grace returned to California in the fall of 2008 to record her debut album with producer Ben Harper at El Dorado Studios. With his incendiary band Relentless7 bringing a new depth to her haunting compositions, the collaboration of these artists resulted in a unique sound composed of darkness, honesty, discomfort yet tranquillity. Two of the album’s tracks, “I’ve Handled Myself Wrong” and “H.,” will be self-released through her own Hurricane Mabel Records as a limited edition 7” record and digitally through iTunes in March 2010.


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