Tess Said So

I Did That Tomorrow

I Did That Tomorrow by Tess Said So
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For fans of:Dustin O'Halloran, Hauschka, Olafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm, Penguin Cafe
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  7. The Snap Beans Arent Salty
  8. Paper Tattoo
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  10. I Did That Tomorrow
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'I Did That Tomorrow' is a collection of tracks about initiation and reaction, travel and stillness, simplicity and evolution. Recorded at Will Larsen’s Recliner Studios in Melbourne, the sounds of piano, percussion and electronics shift through organic, improvisatory, imperfect patterns; playing with the idea of movement in light, space, and time. Mixing classical with jazz, pop, zydeco and gypsy, 'I Did That Tomorrow' is an innovative and exciting debut.

"A sonic delight... stunning." CUTCOMMON (Review | February 2015)

"Constantly evolving and shifting, 'I Did That Tomorrow' feels like a truly organic, living, breathing installation. 8/10." ANTHEM REVIEW (Review | February 2015)

"This is the rare debut that arrives fully formed." A CLOSER LISTEN (Review | October 2014)

"A cinematic treat: warm, engaging & wildly expressive - 'I Did That Tomorrow' should be the beloved soundtrack to a highly regarded cult film." HEADPHONAUGHT (Review | October 2014)

"The ability to conceive and implement fresh ideas that engage and surprise the listener is where this creative partnership really shines... Inspired." STATIONARY TRAVELS (Review | October 2014)


All tracks written, recorded, mixed, mastered and produced by Rasa Daukus and Will Larsen at Recliner Studios, Melbourne Australia.

Rasa Daukus - piano, electronics

Will Larsen - percussion, electronics

For fans of:Dustin O'Halloran, Hauschka, Olafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm, Penguin Cafe
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