THE WORLD AT A GLANCE
Melbourne three-piece, The World At A Glance will have you taking a second and third take. The local lashers encapsulate magnetic energy and are sure to excite on stage.
Melbourne unit, Busy Kingdom have a sound that is anything but busy. The four piece’s arrangements include feel-good rhythms and incredibly catchy lyrics. ‘Temptations’ is a hypnotic, dreamscape styled tune bound to have you dancing.
Mesa Cosa are loud, chaotic and everything else you want on a night out. The six-piece have been collected from Mexico City and Melbourne to bring their listeners an absolute outrageous performance. Watch out for when they smash their instruments, it will get wild.
Oozing smoothly, Pugsley Buzzard spans across a range of genres. From dark blues tones to rockabilly boogie and some chunky blues, the experienced musician and singer is a delight to watch.
It’s almost unbelievable that Old Blood are a bunch of young guns. With a highly experienced sound, the Perth pack explores a raw rhythm section and a couple of forever giving guitars.
POW POW KIDS
Melbourne garage group, Pow Pow Kids are a foursome of fun that fuse traditional punk with bubble-gum pop. When their gradual grooves hit full-throttle, you’re sure to be launched into an uncontrollable body-shake.
THE GOON SAX
Steadfastly making a name for themselves, The Goon Sax are a Brisbane trio sure to hit their big break soon. Through their mellow vocal tones and foot tapping guitar leads, the threesome make the ultimate slow burning pop tunes.
Like a massive sucker punch to the face, Scumguts are all bark and all bite. The four hardcore metal heads are all about noise, bringing daring drumming and rough riffs to a whole new level.
Acoustic artist, Riley Pearce is a Perth based singer-songwriter with enormous potential. With sounds of discovery sewn throughout his songs, the young talent erupts an emotive response from listeners.
Touring on the back of their first ever single release, Tailor Birds are a delicate delight of electronic arrangements weaved into wind and string instruments. While their folk foundation is strong, it’s clear that the strength of their additional elements bring their sound home.