Mama Kin Spender on their musical affinity, finding remedy and taking risks with Golden Magnetic
“[Tommy and I] have been friends for about 16-17 years now. You get less than that for most major crimes these days…”
It’s a playful sentiment that echoes throughout Golden Magnetic, the debut album conceived by Mama Kin (Danielle Caruana) and Melbourne producer Tommy Spender.
But aside from being a stellar collection of tracks inspired by nature, connection, love and hope – the duo have been breaking out of the records physical confines by incorporating choirs from across the country into their live shows.
Set to hit Sydney’s favourite Basement in April, Mama Kin joined Chelsea on The New Thing to delve deeper into the origins of Golden Magnetic, future plans and how they find a sense of community within each choir they perform with.
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Mama Kin Spender – Golden Magnetic Tour
with Inner West Voice
The Basement, Circular Quay
Sunday, 29 April