Pop/RNB Singer, songwriter, producer and all around amazingly talented person Elizabeth Rose bought down the house last night at King Street Hotel in Newcastle with her thundering beats and melodic voice. The intimate venue that is King Street Superclub served as an perfect stage to showcase why Elizabeth has been tearing up Triple J charts since 2012.
Taking to the stage after her opening acts producers Fishing and Group Safia, Rose was a ball of energy on stage interacting with the crowd, she never stood in one place for long. In the 50 minute set she pulled out some of her older classics like “Ready” as well as tracks off her new EP “Good Life” and “Sensibility”.
Dressed in a black crop top and skirt with gold triangle patterns (an adorable costume that If I was a girl it would wear everywhere) she commanded the audiences attention for the get go. She remained a constant pro on stage working off her sampler and backed by a keyboardist on stage. Rose’s powerhouse vocals stunned the audience and her tracks kept the crowd dancing throughout the night.
Standout tracks for me personally were the upbeat danceable tracks “Ready”, and “Out Of Step”, as well as the groovy RnB track “Sensibility” and crowd pleaser “Good Life”. You couldn’t fault Rose at all during her performance, even with slight technical issues on stage she wasn’t affected at all and powered through.
Last nights performance really did show why Elizabeth Rose is an artist that has got the attention of so many with her catchy tracks. Her layered beats and pop melodies (all produced by herself I might add also) set her apart from anyone else out there on the charts. If you haven’t seen her I’d suggest you grab a ticket when she’s in your area, she’s not one that you want to miss.