Music and more for theatre, film, arts and ears.


Aimée Falzon

Vocals, Piano, Composition & Production

Aimée grew up in Western Sydney and the NSW bush with scores of animals, singing to cattle and creek-beds. She grew up with choir, madrigals and classical music but would quietly indulge in as much Hip Hop and RnB as she could get away with.

S. Shakthidharan

Guitars, Composition & Production

Shakthi grew up in Colombo and Sydney with classical Indian music, curries and traffic jams. As a teenager, Shakthi fell in love with Pearl Jam and now listens obsessively to wildly diverse electronica.


Outdoor Deep Listening

Parramasala, Ten Days on the Island and Footscray Community Arts Centre.


Music + Multi-Channel Film

Carriageworks and Sydney Film Festival.


Set to powerful music performed live (by Kurinji) – channeling a melancholic Kate Bush or Björk-esque atmosphere into proceedings.


The score, performed live at the launch, was exceptional.

It began with a lone voice. Aimée Falzon, seated at her keyboard, gradually looped her voice into an impressive one-woman symphony…. The musicians did not just play the score, but performed it. Aimée Falzon in particular, though small and demure, showed great power with her vocals, and sang with fervour.. this turned what could have been just a film-screening into something more intimate and special.

Vocalist Aimée Falzon recalls the singing of Sarah McLachlan and Róisín Murphy.

Gut wrenching. The music just takes you in there. So incredible. My heart… I don’t know how to feel. So beautiful. From the first few moments it took my breath away. A sensory delight; informative, dream-like and profoundly moving. Thank you! I was so moved by the whole experience… Thank you for putting together such a sensory odyssey.