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Mallrat – ‘Butterfly Blue’ review: sublime pop portraits

Across three EPs since 2016, Mallrat has matured from a sly, precocious Brisbane teenager to one of Australia’s leading alt-pop prospects. If 2019’s ‘Charlie’ showed us who Grace Shaw was, her 2020 single ‘Rockstar’ showed us who Mallrat was becoming: a starry-eyed yet down-to-earth chronicler of modern Australiana moods.
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Azealia Banks talks working with Mallrat on ‘Surprise Me’: “I wanna do more collaborations like that”

Azealia Banks has opened up about her positive experience working with Mallrat on the pair’s recent single ‘Surprise Me’, which was released last month. Lifted from Mallrat’s debut album ‘Butterfly Blue’, which drops this Friday, ‘Surprise Me’ is a pop-trap blend, with angelic vocals from Brisbane’s Mallrat – aka Grace Shaw – and a punchy guest verse by Banks.
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Azealia Banks Joins Mallrat on New Single “Suprise Me”

New York rapper Azealia Banks has linked up with Australian rapper/artist Mallrat to release the new 3-minute “Surprise Me” single overnight produced by Jam City and Styalz Fuego. Somewhat of a dream collaboration for the young and emerging Mallrat, the link-up with Azealia Banks caps off an impressive rise for the developing artist who has released three EPs. Watch the visualizer for the new track below.
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Mallrat – “Teeth”

Australian bedroom artist Grace Shaw — aka Mallrat — has announced that her debut album is imminent. Coming in May, Shaw’s album is titled Butterfly Blue and will feature already released singles “Your Love” and last year’s “Rockstar.” Along with the news, Shaw has shared another album single, a bass-heavy grunge-pop song titled “Teeth.”
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Listen to This: Australian artist Mallrat heads to hyperpop

In this edition of Listen to This, we have a diverse range of songs, from indie rock to unsuccessful pop punk. Yes, we have a negative review this week — listen to it at your own discretion. Read on for more. “Your Love” by Mallrat. On “Your Love,”...
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Mallrat – ‘Your Love”

Grace Shaw, the Australian bedroom artist who records as Mallrat, has been giddily recombining different forms of pop music and racking up serious buzz since she was 16. (We first blogged about her back in 2016, when she was 16.) After releasing a trio of EPs, Mallrat returned last year with a more chilled-out and expansive style on the single “Rockstar.” Today, she’s followed that song with a new one called “Your Love.”
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