You go your way, I"ll go mine LP 2013

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You go your way, I"ll go mine LP 2013

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The Australian Music Prize and Melbourne Music Prize nominated album You go your way, I”ll go mine is the debut album from Ainslie Wills released in 2013.

'Recorded in the cerulean blue bite of a Blairgowrie winter, I'll Go Mine takes the listener through PJ Harvey, Jeff Buckley, St Vincent and Radiohead motifs then importantly emerges as a singular sound for a singular artist, heavy with verisimilitude.' Mikey Cahill

‘A beguiling debut’ 4/5 – Rod Yates, Rolling Stone

‘ A dark, moody and self-assured first record.’ Dom Alessio – Triple J

‘Drawing parallels to everyone from Thom Yorke to Etta James, Wills’ talent is vast’ – Album of The Week – Monique Sebire,

‘…her sound is full and her melodies are uplifting in a beautiful and listenable way’ – Lauren Bruce, Sunday Herald Sun 4/5

‘ Oh lordy. We have just found our musical saviour. An antidote to the ordinary, Ainslie Wills‘ voice has us utterly captivated. When we first heard her single “Fighting Kind”, we felt like raising our hands to the sky and shouting hallelujah. ‘Georgia Frances King – Frankie Magazine

‘She just keeps releasing stunning songs. Melbourne singer Ainslie Wills is back with a new tune, and once again that voice and the perfectly minimal production, has made it a winner. Fighting Kind is all rhythm, handclaps and then that voice. And then, it kicks in with a perfect band punch that pulls back to showcase her perfect tone again. That voice! I love it. It’s today’s catch of the day’.Zan Rowe – Triple J


‘Wills shows that for a singer-songwriter, she uses music in the most imaginative ways. Swathes of cymbals, rhodes piano, cooing harmonies and delayed guitar spread wide, contrasting powerfully with her arresting and remarkable voice.‘

Andy Hazel


‘I’m not sure why but I kept expecting and waiting for Ainslie Wills to just get around to being a really boring singer-songwriter but she kept confounding my expectations. Both arty and stylish at the same time with a big Beth Orton-ish voice, lots of interesting harmonies and constant rhythmic change-ups. Every time it threatens to get generic some deft touch descends and turns it all around.’

4ZZZ Brisbane

“A Northside neo-folk track filled with unexpected melodies, nomadic vocals and gentle guitar plucks. If I was at house party with Ainslie Wills, it’d be the only possibility in my lifetime that someone could pick up a guitar and bust out a tune without me attempting to glass their jugular. Nice.”

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