Each week we pick five up and coming Musos, here is our selection for this week:
REN is an Australian singer-songwriter. She has always had a vocal force whose emotive and captivating performances are composed of powerful belts and airy falsettos. Beside her, Nils Ström a Swedish Jazz guitarist with unfaltering talent. Together they perform a varied repertoire of originals and covers.
Singer/Songwriter/Dancer/Performer originally hailing from the Gold Coast but now calling Sydney home. ZANEA’s soulful vocals embellish smooth R&B chords over the top of new age Low-Fi production. A delicious mix of everything that makes you feel good.
Ben Jansz is an Alternative, Aussie Roots, Forrest Folk and Organic Trance one-man-band from Australia.
Inspired by the sounds of his ancestors and the land of his birth, he travels around bringing healing vibrations to those who cross his path.
Taylor performed at Hisense Arena as a solo vocalist for the Victorian State School Spectacular, five years in a row. In 2016, Taylor graduated from the VCA with a bachelor of Music Theatre. While at VCA she performed in numerous shows and chosen to feature in Morning Melodies at Art Centre Melbourne. Taylor auditions and performs when she can. Taylor teaches singing, acting dance to all ages.
Shreta has been singing and performing for most of her life, especially in the genres of RnB, Alt RnB, Soul and Neo-Soul. She performs originals and covers and has successfully released music on major streaming platforms, such as Spotify and Apple Music, and continues to work on her original artistry.
Our venue's general mode of service may have been disrupted due to the closure of our doors, but our customers are still out there and keen to stay connected to their local favourites
Words by Kavina.
BoomChild have released a new dance-floor banger, and my Tasmanian oak floor boards are here for it.
Words by Peta.
The only plus side of some psycho virus out there stopping us all from playing gigs and slamming on the industry we love, is that we’ve been given the ticket to a one-way forced staycation. A journey of artistic discovery, where one slows down in order to keep up and come out the other side. Where finding new ways to be creative will keep you from falling into the decline of insanity.
Words by Kavina.