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Boulet at the 2011 Southbound Festival
|Origin||Northwest Sydney, New South Wales, Australia |
|Genres||Folk rock, Alternative rock|
|Years active||unknown – present|
Jonathan Boulet is an Australian folk-rock musician. Boulet wrote, recorded, produced and played almost every instrument in his small garage studio for his debut self-titled album.
Jonathan Boulet played at the Splendour in the Grass music festival in July 2010. He has also toured and performed with acts as diverse as Kate Nash, The Middle East, Tame Impala and Mumford and Sons. The weekly feature album on Australian youth radio station Triple J was Boulet's debut album in December 2009.
He is also a member of Sydney indie rock band Parades, in which he plays drums and contributes vocals; as well as power violence band Snakeface, in which he plays bass; and is a member of the band Top People.
- We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart - Modular Recordings (8 June 2012) 
- "Gubba" (2014)
- Jonathon Boulet Last.FM Profile http://www.last.fm/music/Jonathan+Boulet
- Splendour in the Grass 2010 - Performing artist http://www.splendourinthegrass.com/artist/items/jonathan-boulet.html
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