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Emerson Snowe

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An Australian singer/songwriter known for his romantic and buoyant, yet reflective indie pop/rock style, Emerson Snowe is the alias of Brisbane-via-Berlin's Jarrod Mahon. He began releasing singles under the moniker in 2017, culminating in the arrival of his debut EP, That's Rock 'n' Roll. A second EP, Splatterpunk, was issued in 2021. Hailing from Queensland, Mahon made his appearance on the scene as guitarist for pop/rock outfit the Creases in 2013. Throughout the 2010s, he put out his own material; a sonic departure from his mainstay project, his melancholy, atmospheric, and romantic songs can be heard on releases such as the 2012 EPs Vivid and Thoughts, Pt. 1. Mahon began writing his own songs during his teens and released them between Creases records. After putting out the Vivid EP in 2012, Mahon went on to perform alongside the likes of King Krule and Ariel Pink, as well as headlining a number of shows in London. The following years saw the release of several more songs, including "Hellhole Ratrace" and "Bella Rose" in 2013. He kept busy recording and touring with the Creases, and in 2017 Mahon, using the moniker Emerson Snowe, signed with Liberation Records and made his label debut with the track "Could You Love Me?" Two more singles -- "If I Die, Then I Die" and "Sunlight" -- followed later that year. All three tracks appeared on his 2019 debut EP, That's Rock 'n' Roll. Early 2021 saw the arrival of the single "Frankenstein" ahead of the release of his sophomore EP Splatterpunk, which arrived later that year.
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