Each week we pick five up and coming Musos, here is our selection for this week:
Kristie Mercer is a Melbourne and Sydney based soul, RnB singer who's quickly made a name for herself in the live music scene for her versatility and ability to engage crowds of all kinds from her background as a radio and TV presenter.
Sammy Honeysett aims to please with an array of indie pop/rock tunes bound to worm into your brain and then find a place in your heart. Having cut her teeth on the Sydney pub and club circuit singing in the band Bowling in Japan, her performance experience has lead her to craft her most wholesome project to date.
Flimsey Lohan is a product of a dodgy nickname that stuck. With influences ranging from BADBADNOTGOOD and Kamaal Williams to Jehst and MF DOOM, the band have an undeniably unique sound. No plain toast of beige suits here ladies and gentlemen.
Jordz is an ambitious upcoming 19-year-old DJ and Producer from Melbourne, Australia. Her repertoire of DJing work includes clubs, corporates, weddings, bars, and parties - she’s been everywhere. After winning Monash University’s 'Emerging Producer Prize of 2017’, she has continued to energetically produce music in the EDM scene, releasing her debut single ‘Bushfire’ in 2019, discoverable on all platforms.
One half of Sydney based producer duo, Polographia - a BMG represented artist, Moktar brings a wealth of experience and expertise to every gig. Collaborating with Winston Surfshirt on project, Poloshirt - his serious production background makes him a force in any environment.
A charity initiative to keep the Night Cat's door's open and their punters and Musos pumpin'.
Words by Peta.
Now that a large portion of music-buying has been taken over by streaming, merch sales have made up a massive part of the industry and contributed to direct artist support.
Words by Kavina.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the music industry, it’s also seen a number of live streaming performances popping up online. When this is over though, and our lives go back to (somewhat) normal – will musicians and artists continue to live stream?
Words by Annie-Mei Forster.