Friday 2nd September
THE ROCKS, SYDNEY CBD
Locations: George St, Jack Mundey Place, Nurse’s Walk, Tayim, Doss House, Frankie Mac’s, Kendall Lane
Happy Axe is a violinist, vocalist and composer currently based in Melbourne. Her songs are delicately constructed from layers of swooning harmonies, lush lyrics and captivating dream pop vibes.
Kcin is the new project of Australian drummer/producer Nicholas Meredith. His sound-world, although wet through with electronic and digital elements, draws significantly from the natural world: monolithic structures, human biology, water
Kintsugi are a three-piece rock band formed in 2013, based in the south-west of England. The Kintsugi boys blend grunge, alt rock, punk, early 90s emo
Sarah Levins presents uniquely haunting, country-tinged, pop songs with an entrancing sound.
Bringing an earthiness to the ethereal folk to Audio engineering, as well as mixing credits. Seph Cove blurs boundaries with acoustic sounds.
Agnieszka’s music embodies her experimentation of different genres and sounds, paired with her thought-provoking writing. Blending her dulcet vocals with intoxicating beats, Anieszka’s sound is equally as soothing as it is vivacious.
The overall sound of this LP can be described as mellow, moody, thought-provoking and comforting. “A Collection of Deceptions” is a warm light in the midst of a dark room. It is an album that moves from deep heart wrenching despair to a tender hug of hope and individual growth.
Gloomie’s music chronicles her experiences through soft, breathy lyrics and synthy, adorned guitar melodies.
Ivy-Jane Browne is a 20-year-old songwriter and producer from Sydney’s inner-west. Currently, in her third-year studying contemporary music at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Ivy has sparked the interest of many iconic musicians, such as Justin Timberlake and Dustin.
Jofi is a Sydney singer, songwriter and producer who creates lush electro/synth-pop with witty lyricism. Her pop anthems are decorated with heavenly harmonies and soaring synths which add an indie charm and dreamy atmosphere.
Scout Eastment and Olive Rush, from Sydney’s inner west are EGOISM. Pilerats described the duo’s music as “amongst the most euphoric you’ll find. It’s blissful, indulgent with hazy guitar melodies and lo-fi vocals that wrap around you with a warmth and comfort that makes every tone and every note feel so happily familiar with positive emotions
Romaeo toys with various stylistic tropes including hyperpop-trap, drum ‘n bass, and intimate bedroom pop. Through the feminist art-pop lens, romæo celebrates, challenges and unpacks what beauty is, drawing influences from 19th century
Songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Chelsea Warner fuses slick beats with clever lyricism from Sydney, Australia. Her sound is influenced by iconic producers like J Dilla, Q-Tip and KAYTRANADA, and her writing and vocal style draws comparisons to Victoria Monét, Snoh Aalegra and Solange.
Never one to shy away from experimentation, SOLLYY continues to produce and engineer for an extensive list of artists in both underground and commercial circles across multiple genres, having shown in his collaborations with the likes of Section60, CD, and MA Rated.
With more than 50 cafes, restaurants and hotels, it’s easy to find a place in The Rocks where you’ll be able to spoil yourself, and your appetite. Just make sure you take your time doing it. Listen to melodic music, dance, sip and nibble all night long.LETS EAT
Only a two-minute walk from Circular Quay, bus stops, ferry wharves and light rail offer quick and easy access to Sydney’s historic district.GETTING THERE
From high street luxury brands, to emerging designers you won’t have heard of before, The Rocks is the home of bespoke fashion where you’ll find something that’s a perfect fit just for you.WHERE TO SHOP
A touch of “old-world charm” with a convenient location in the heart of Sydney CBD.
The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel is a beautiful, heritage-listed building with 83 boutique hotel rooms and elegantly-restored bar, dining and function areas.
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