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Tash Sultana

Tash Sultana is a genre-shifting Australian indie musician known for their passionate vocals and command of multiple instruments and looping pedals. Sultana first found the spotlight in 2016 with live videos of one-person-band performances, playing multi-layered compositions informed by vintage hard rock and alternative rock. Their viral success led to international recognition and the release of their first album, Flow State, in 2018, which found them adding a strong R&B influence to their melodies. 2021's chart-topping Terra Firma was a more mature and thoughtful sophomore effort, with a relatively laid-back mood and a soulful feel, a sound they gave a vintage soft rock flavor on 2023's "James Dean." Sultana first got a guitar as a preschooler and went on to learn brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments, among others, always eager to learn more. They were busking on the streets of Melbourne by their mid-teens. Open about personal battles with addiction at that time, Sultana suffered a drug-induced psychosis at the age of 17. After recovering with the aid of professional help, the musician started a Bandcamp page and began making videos of performances and uploading them to social media. In the spring of 2016, when Sultana was 20, a live recording of their original song "Jungle" went viral on social media, accumulating over a million plays in less than a week. They released the six-track Notion EP that December, which included the guitar-based reggae tune. In the meantime, they accepted invitations to play at music festivals, and in early 2017 signed with New York's Mom + Pop Music, which gave their debut EP a multi-format release. That year also brought a busy touring schedule, with shows booked across Australia and New Zealand, Europe, the U.S., and Canada. Sultana rounded out the year with four Aria Award nominations, including Breakthrough Artist and Best Blues and Roots Album. Sultana's first full-length, Flow State, appeared in September 2018 and shot to number two on Australia's album chart. After a quick turnaround, the single "Can't Buy Happiness" appeared in early 2019. Following several more rounds of international touring, Sultana headed home for some much-needed rest, devoting their time to reconnecting with family, surfing, and gardening. Rested and refreshed, Sultana began work on their second album, and 2021's Terra Firma reflected a more mature and grounded outlook, with a calmer feel and a more organic approach to composing and performing. Listeners approved of the shift and took Terra Firma to the top of the ARIA albums chart. Recorded in Melbourne in May of 2021, their MTV Unplugged performance was released in June 2022. Sultana played guitar on the Pierce Brothers single "High & Unsteady," released in the early weeks of 2023, before returning with new solo material in the form of "James Dean" that March.
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