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"Watch This Face"

“End of the Affair is just the beginning for this musician with the entertainment industry in his blood. Not many recording artists can boast the pedigree of Tamlin. Tamlin was born into Australia’s folk music equivalent of the House of Windsor.�
Sydney Magazine (SMH) - Fairfax

"This Week Make Sure You Hear This"

Tamlin boasts Gypsy blood and has put it to good use here. These songs recall the midnight cool of Leonard Cohen. - New Limited

"End of the Affair Album Launch"

Tamlin will certainly get hearts racing with his gypsy looks, down-to-earth manner and captivating mix of soul, blues and reggae. Tamlin is certainly one to watch. - News Ltd

"Album reviews"

“Cool old style bluesy sounds that stand up to be noticed. A truly unique and experienced artistic sound.�
Sain Magazine

- Sanity Music Australia


End of the Affair - debut album
Carpark - single



Fronting one of the best live bands in Sydney, with Tamlin on vocals and guitar, Zoltan Budai (Richard Clapton) on bass, John Howell (Leonardo’s Bride) on drums and Scott Aplin (Move Trees, Delta Goodrem) on keyboards, Tamlin is impressing audiences with his compelling live performance.

Tamlin is currently in the studio recording his second album Sea of One. The first single Carpark will be released in October. His debut album End of the Affair was widely acknowledged as a striking collection of beautifully crafted songs, immaculate performances and rich arrangements. The album was produced by Tamlin and engineered by ARIA winner Jonathan Burnside. End of the Affair is in stores now.

Following the release of his critically acclaimed debut album End of the Affair, enigmatic Sydney singer/songwriter Tamlin is quickly earning a reputation as a truly captivating performer who delivers his songs with intimate intensity. His sound takes its cue from a musical history soaked in soul, song-writing greats and old school rhythm and blues, which he respectfully reinvents in a chic hybrid of roots, rock and reggae.