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by Coco's Lunch

In this fiery new single release, Australia’s ‘magical purveyors of a cappella’ bring to life the breathtaking art form of South Indian konnakol (vocal percussion), drawing on their award-winning skills as composers, improvisers and vocal innovators.
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'This group of five women is a national treasure'. Herald Sun, Melbourne

‘Coco’s Lunch is living proof that the world’s first instrument – the human voice – is still the finest and most versatile…As singers they prove that the voice has no bounds…’ Esther Elias, The Hindu, INDIA

Coco’s Lunch enchant audiences around the world with their brilliant tapestry of vocal timbre and contemporary nuance, underpinned by masterful jazz improvisation and global rhythm. With seven critically acclaimed original albums to their name, Coco's Lunch are renowned for their extraordinary song-writing, skin-tight vocal harmonies and stunning live performances, and have long been recognised as award-winning pioneers in the composition of innovative vocal music. Featuring the current line-up of Melbourne singer/percussionists Gabrielle MacGregor, Lisa Young, Emma Gilmartin, Nicola Eveleigh and Jacqueline Gawler, Coco's Lunch has spent over 18 years winning the hearts of audiences across Australia, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Laos, Taiwan, Germany, Austria, France, New Zealand & Canada. Coco's Lunch perform worldwide for both adults and children, and in 2007 released their 6th album Blueprint to critical acclaim and an Australian Recording Industry Award (ARIA) nomination for BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUM. In the same year they received an ARIA NOMINATION for BEST CHILDREN'S ALBUM for their CD Rat Trap Snap!

'...moving poems of freedom, love and wildness.' Primarily A Cappella, USA

'The new repertoire shines with exquisite harmonies - one of Coco's trademarks'. The Age, Melbourne

In 2010 Coco's Lunch were invited to represent Australia as one of 12 vocal ensembles from around the globe to perform at the 2010 Polyfollia 4th World Choral Showcase in FRANCE, performing in front of over 100 international festival directors as well as conducting workshops for amateur choirs & festival delegates - translated into French. They were a headline act at the 2006 Taipei International Choral Festival in Taiwan where they performed at the Taipei National Concert Hall, and also the 2005 Vancouver International Festival, where their concert at the University of British Columbia received repeat national broadcasts by the Canadian Broadcasting Commission.

'Brilliant and explosive!' Cellensis Festival, AUSTRIA

In 2009 Coco's Lunch received a return invitation to MusicFest Vancouver and were the first ensemble to be invited back to the Sydney Opera House Utzon Music Series in consecutive years (2008 & 2009). In 2008 Coco's Lunch were also invited to perform at Telstra Dome for the Days In The Dioceses Commissioning Mass celebration in front of a 40,000 strong audience. In 2003 the quintet scored BEST FOLK/WORLD SONG (Thulele Mama Ya - Lisa Young) and received Runner Up BEST FOLK/WORLD ALBUM (A Whole New Way of Getting Dressed) in the USA Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards. Their CD Invisible Rhythm was a finalist for Best Album in the 2000 Australian World Music Awards, and the group was also nominated for 2 APRA music awards.

‘Prodigiously talented, both individually and as an ensemble…’ The Hindu, INDIA

‘A very original and sparkling group, gifted with a breathtaking stage presence…’ La Presse de la Manche, FRANCE 2010



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