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Medollic was the conception of New Zealand born, Australia claimed, visual artist and songwriter Lix Bacskay (pronounced batch-koy).
Tired and uninspired by the righteous removed from the real, Lix still champions the great narrative artists like Springsteen, Johnny Cash and Joni Mitchell who wrote the soundtrack to her youth. Under the influence of modern lyricists like Jeff Buckley, Alison Sudol, Bernard Fanning, Pete Yorn and G. A. Richards, she crafts a-typical stories of her own human-ness with their feet in the everyday and their eyes on an ever changing horizon. With multi-instrumentalist and producer James North at the musical helm, the sound itself tip-toes its way between the footsteps of alt-rock revolutionaries, teetering on the edge of the deeper and darker, remembering all the while its country upbringing.
Medollic began in 2005 as a collection of songs written between small town New Zealand and Australian hotel rooms. In 2006 Lix began the shift to Brisbane Australia, joining forces with James North and drummer Steve Pope [Kate Miller-Heidke, Transport, Chris Pickering]. In 2007 the trio began recording their debut album "Dollhouse" at James North Productions. The album is due for release early 2010.