Ottawa Life Magazine

“The organised chaos of Ronley Teper”

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Arts Talk Magazine

“Pigeon holes are, generally, to be avoided, especially if you are an artist – nobody wants to be predictable, taken for granted or, worst of all, be boring. Nobody will ever be able to accuse Toronto based Ronley Teper of any of those things.”

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Roots Music Canada

“The Lipliners project is a whole other level of unique”.

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“Performance is the key to understanding Ronley Teper. A multidisciplinary artist who’s bounced around the Toronto scene since the early oughts, live performance, often improvised, is the tie that binds her many phases and iterations.” – Now Magazine 

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“Her hilarious lyrics are paired with theatrical vocal delivery, ranging from her high, squeaky, little-girl voice to a low, throaty growl. It’s territory not commonly explored by female singers”

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Live In Limbo VIDEO PREMIERE : “Timing” by Ronley Teper and The Lipliners

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Aesthetic Magazine

“The Game” is about the BS the patriarchy puts all of us through. Ronley Teper & The Lipliners wrote the track two years ago but it’s seeing the light of day for the first time on their upcoming EP as the title track (slated for release on Feb. 23rd).  With the themes of the song and video being laser-focused on the power imbalance of the entertainment industry – it’s an absolute slam in the face of those that force people to play “the game.”

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The Charlatan Q+A: Singer Ronley Teper Talks The Game

Canadian Beats Interview – Ronley Teper & The Lipliners

 

FYI Music News

FYI News “Provocative Toronto songstress Ronley Teper releases her fifth independent album, The Game”

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Corby's Orbit

“Rockin Ronley with Luxuriant Lipliners”

 

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She Does The City “15 Minutes With Ronley Teper”

 

In der Beschreibung vom Waggon, wo das spätere Konzert stattfand, wurde von einer tollen, impulsiven Frontfrau geschrieben, die „etwas

ausgeflippt“ ist…. Das konnte ich mir dann leider in meinen Aufschrieben erst halb durchlesen, während die Sendung schon lief. Manchmal ist zwischen den ganzen Pressejobs nicht genügend Zeit, um sich angemessen intensiv mit der jeweiligen Thematik zu beschäftigen. Auf der anderen Seite wird man dadurch auch immer wieder interessant überrascht.
 

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Radio interview and live performance

 

An interview with Ronley Teper on Surrealism and Collaboration.

 

Swerve

“The One and Ronley.  Canadian Indie-singer/songwriter Ronley Teper has a unique sound that defies comparison with anyone, just saying she’s got some freaky stuff happening melodically and sings like a wild thing, doesn’t really prepare you for what you are about to hear”.

Kathryn Nikolaychuk, Calgary Herald’s Swerve Magazine

 

Prism Prize

Prism Prize Names Top 20 Canadian Music Videos of the year 2017.

 

“Calling this Ronley Teper tune eclectic would be a bit of an understatement — it’s kind of like I’m hearing a female Tom Waits.”

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The Big Take-Over

In collaboration with prolific director and mixed media animator, Davide Di Saro, Ronley Teper releases her latest video “Lucky and Finnegan” exclusively on The Big Takeover.

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“Ronley is a superfreak…I really like her music and her overall vibe.”
Jaymz Bee – Jazz FM

 

Music for Breakfast

The first of three in a video trilogy, the pure concept for “Faith” is simply awesome!

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Goldmine Sacks – Week In Pop

 

Something to watch.

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Vents Magazine

Interview with Ronley Teper

 

Americana UK

“The second in the series of superb videos and equally superb songs from Ronley Teper”

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Mechanical Forest Sound Blogspot

“The Lipliners are the sort of band that is bigger at the end of the night than they were at the start — the sort of band that musicians come to have fun in when they’re done with their other gigs. Having an open-ended and flexible lineup works perfectly with Ronley Teper’s songs, with the band often learning them as they go.”

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