"A new artist you need to know" - Rolling Stone US
Jess Cornelius’s new solo EP ‘Nothing is Lost’ was released in October 2017 through Dot Dash/Remote Control.
“(Jealousy) is a vast departure from the fast-paced tracks previously heard on Teeth & Tongue records; Cornelius steps into her own and makes her powerful voice the focal point of the raw earworm." - NYLON
Jess Cornelius is the New Zealand-born songwriter, singer and instrumentalist behind Teeth & Tongue. Over the course of four critically-acclaimed albums, Teeth & Tongue gradually morphed from a solo project into a more collaborative ‘band-like’ affair, culminating in the 2016 album ‘Give Up On Your Health’, which was released through Dot Dash/Remote Control in Australia and Dot Dash/Captured Tracks in North America.
The album was nominated for a J Award and the Australian Music Prize, named Album of the Week on 3RRR and Feature Album on Double J, and featured in Rolling Stone US, The Fader and Lena Dunham’s Lenny magazine.
Now Jess Cornelius is focusing on a new solo project under her own name, with material that is more stripped back, personal and lyrically direct. Her solo performances showcase her voice and songwriting to full effect as she performs new music from her upcoming release, out in late 2017.
Jess Cornelius has performed at Laneway Festival, Meredith Music Festival, Falls Festival, Boogie, SXSW, CMJ, Perth International Arts Festival and Darwin Festival.
She has toured with Courtney Barnett and Vance Joy and performed as a musical guest on several episodes of SBS Television’s ‘Rockwiz’ series. She has also supported J Mascis, Sons & Daughters, EMA, Juana Molina, The Dodos, The Mountain Goats, the Drones and Laura Marling, and in 2013 was invited to make an EP in public at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Devon Williams is a singer / songwriter from Los Angeles, California, USA.
His career started through playing in the So-Cal punk band, Osker. After Osker split up, he started another project on his own, called Lung Fa Tang, releasing one mp3 on a small website for the group. They soon gained momentum with shows and a name change (Fingers-Cut, Megamachine!). Releasing a 7" on Aggravated Music, they got their start, touring frequently. After releasing their self-titled debut on Thick Records, as well as an EP, the band slowed down a bit.
Williams released a CD under his own name on a past tour. He was recently playing guitar in the band Lavender Diamond and released a 7" single on L.A. Record; one of the tracks has an accompanying music video. His full length "Carefree" (also referred to as "Careerfree") was released on Ba Da Bing! in April 2008.