Up Left & Turn EP
CHANGE OF PERSPECTIVE (3:06)
THIN ICE (4:40)
COME WHAT MAY (5:10)
CAN & CAN’T DO (4:16)
5-track EP. Sadie Mustoe - vocals, guitar, piano, violin; David Carr - electric guitar, electric bass; Carolyn Oates - drums; Hannah Schmidli - vocals (Thin Ice, Come What May); Produced, recorded and mixed by David Carr at Rangemaster, Melbourne. All songs written by Sadie Mustoe.
Girl on the Hill is Sadie Mustoe.
With a comprehensive string of song-writing, vocal and stage awards and almost 30 festival appearances, Girl on the Hill - aka Sadie Mustoe (15) - recently published her debut EP ‘Up Left & Turn’, in collaboration with Rangemaster Melbourne producer David Carr.
“Working with Sadie is what I imagine it would have been like working with a young Kate Bush ... someone who’s musical DNA is staggering”, David Carr, Rangemaster Melbourne.
“Sadie effortlessly pairs stunning lyricism with an emotive soundscape and takes your breath away”, Thando.
“I was blown away by Sadie’s incredible voice, dedication to her craft and her star quality. She is super talented and has that something special that is rare and hard to come by”, Adalita.
“Sadie has a big future ahead of her”, Pam Lyons, Director Maldon Folk Festival
2018 1st place, regional finals, Bassline Battle (FReeZA Push Start Series 2018)
2018 1st place, Maroondah heat, Bassline Battle (FReeZA Push Start Series 2018)
2018 Lis Johnstone Memorial Award
2017 Kool Skools - Best Indie-Rock Track. Also nominated for Best Female Vocalist.
2017 Winning finalist for Music Australia’s ‘Music Count Us In’. One of 5 young singer-songwriters to write the year's song with John Foreman and Taylor Henderson to be sung by half a million Australian school kids in November.
2017 The Basin Music Festival Songwriting Competition
2016 The Basin Music Festival Youth Award.
2016 Nominated for ‘Best Indie Rock Track’ at Kool Skools 2016.
2015 Winner - Belgrave Busker’s Youth Award
2014 Maldon Folk Festival Minstrel Award – prize of recording time at Bald Hill Studios with Mark Woods.
National Folk Festival (2019)
St Kilda Festival (2019)
Maldon Folk Festival (2018, 2015, 2014)
National Folk Festival (2018, Youth Showcase)
Cygnet Folk Festival (2018)
Bendigo Blues & Roots Festival (2017)
Basin Music Festival (2017, 2016, 2015)
National Celtic Festival (2016)
Beechworth Celtic Festival (2016)
Newstead Live! (2016 & 2015)
Knox Festival (2016 & 2015)
Stringybark Festival (2016, 2015)
Emerald PAVE Festival (2016)
Surrey Hills Music Festival (2015)