2020 LINE UP & EVENTS
Based on the South Coast of New South Wales, Pacific Avenue is a four-piece alternative rock band, blending authentic rock and roll with today’s modern sound. Their singles ‘In Your Arms’ and 'Sally' reached #1 on Triple J Unearthed’s Overall Charts a week after their release.
The VANNS are gearing up for a massive second half of 2019 with the release of their striking new single, 'Mother'. Taken from their long-awaited debut album, The VANNS have served up another slice of commanding indie rock and roll, further solidifying their status as one of the east coast's most exciting bands.
Debbies are a two-piece rock band that hail from Jervis Bay, NSW comprised of best mates Noah Egan and Alex Robertson. Drawing influence from the likes of Hockey Dad, Dear Seattle, FIDLAR and Violent Soho, the Debbies channel hard-hitting slacker rock with anthemic, catchy choruses that are soaring with energy.
Nooky isn't likely to jump on the bandwagon, he is more likely to steal the bandwagon do doghies up and down the Main Street before cruising back out to Nowra to fire bomb it then chill with the cuzzo's.
GOSH's year has been a fruitful one; the release of singles ‘Say Another Thing’ and ‘Never Lose You’ further positioned GOSH as a band to watch coming out of the South Coast, while the industry attention continued to focus on them after they took out Triple J Unearthed’s Yours & Owls Festival competition in 2018.
It’s the type of music where you don’t know what’s next. But at the same time, you’ve known all along. A trio hell-bent on a lack of commitment to convention has spewed up the trippy-arty Dos Enos. You’ll take your clothes off. Not once, but dos.
DANNY McMARTIN AND THE PSYCHEDELIC SURFERS
Danny McMartin’s love of Surf Rock wasn’t negotiable. Being raised near the beach on a staple diet of soundtracks to accompany the most epic of surf films. His future of crafting out his own modern twist of such classics was really inevitable.
Ogopogo is a red hot beast, ready to conquer any dance floor in the vicinity with their energetic performance and radical music. Generating a new wave of chaotic mayhem in Melbourne you can expect brain-twisting rhythms, colourful melodies and lustrous harmonies that leave you in a state of complete joy and wonderment.
HMO is an MC, musician and producer from the South Coast of NSW. With an organic fusion of instrumentation and electronic elements, HMO’S music channels a range of Genres from early Funk and Soul to Reggae and Blues.
Azza-D is an emerging Hip Hop artist hailing from Wollongong on the south coast of NSW. His unique style and melodic flow are reminiscent of classic Hip Hop and the emcee is quickly developing a solid local fanbase.
On a mission to bring rap to the surf world, ex Pro surfer turned rapper Slippery Surfa is starting to see his dream materialise.
Slippery hails from Cronulla on Sydney’s southern coast.
Taking on inspirations from wide ranges of music from psychedelic rock and blues, to classical, folk and the sounds of West Africa, GOTU's music can stem from any combination of these styles, creating a unique flowful worldly sound.
Dane Overton and the Joy Williams Band
Like a good dive bar, blues is at its most authentic when it is gritty. Delivering honesty through rusty guitar tones and an acidic rasp, Dane Overton lives that raw, unaffected blues. A native of the tiny south east Australian village of Gerringong
Jack Willis is a 22 year old solo acoustic singer songwriter from a little town on the South Coast Nsw called Windang just outside of Wollongong. He has just recently released his debut Ep 'Through the Rain'. The recordings on this EP are a mix of easy listening surf folk tunes.
Kayla is a guitarist from Wollongong
Lilly Lucas is a singer/songwriter from the South Coast of NSW. Performing her own distinct brand of acoustic folk/pop, Lilly channels acoustic sounds rich in harmony and soul with a strong sense of melody and lyrics that describe life through her eyes.
Indie folk and classic rock performed with a laid-back thoughtful air is the signature sound of young acoustic singer/songwriter Sam Fletcher. Influenced by the acoustic greats of the 60's and 70's, and the folk songs of old, Sam’s music is mnemonic with that of James Taylor and John Martyn.