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Nerissa Campbell

Nerissa Campbell is a singer, songwriter, & multi-instrumentalist. She grew up in towns along the coast of Western Australia and on the island of Bali. Her family settled in the capital city of Perth, Australia where she attended the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), earning a degree in Music: Jazz composition & performance. Currently based in Brooklyn, New York, she has released four albums under her own label, Crooked Mouth Music: Paint Me Orange (2003), Musings of a Telescopic Tree (2009), Blue Shadows (2012), and After The Magic (2016). She has also appeared on several albums by post-metal band A Storm of Light, and is a performing member of New York's Balinese gamelan, Dharma Swara.

After The Magic

Label: Crooked Mouth Music
Released: 2016

Blue Shadows

Label: Crooked Mouth Music
Released: 2012

Musings of a Telescopic Tree

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2009


Nerissa Campbell new album Musings of a Telescopic Tree

Nerissa Campbell new album Musings of a Telescopic Tree

With elements of pop, jazz, rhumba and blues dipped in a smoky beer batter of late night living and roiling in the smoke of forgotten bars, the Brooklyn-based indie-jazz chanteuse moodily enchants with her second album. Musings of a Telescopic Tree is an album of moodiness and of melancholy - stories of desire and ...


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