Lazy Grey has been an Australian hip hop icon since the early 90’s. With an unmistakable, impeccable delivery and reputation for witty and honest rhymes, Lazy has forged his way into the "Top 10 MC" lists of both artists and punters Australia-wide. Often partnering up with fellow Brisbane MC Len One to create music as Brothers Stoney, Lazy Grey brings the real BBQ funk with rare funk samples and gritty drums.
Storms through your ears and kicks the furniture around in your brain. Mad, sad and bad in a very good way – Daily Telegraph The Holy Soul are led by Trent Marden (guitar and vocals) who is currently backed by Sam Worrad (bass), Jon Hunter (Guitar) & Kate Wilson (drums). Their first ep 'Love Ha Left The City Limits' featuring Tim Malfroy (guitar) and Owen Penglis (drums) was desperate and raw collection of swampy cassette recordings of songs about life beyond the reaches of city limits (Bowral)...
The beautiful girls are an Australian band from the New South Wales coast composed of Mat McHugh on vocals and guitar, Paulie B on bass and Bruce Braybrooke on drums. TBG have released three full length albums: Learn Yourself, We're Already Gone and Ziggurats; as well as one EP, Morning Sun, TBG have an eclectic style of their own, with smatterings of rock, acoustic, reggae, pop and folk all through their music. Many people find elements of artists such as Ben Harper, Jack Johnson and The Police.
Metals is Christopher Coe and Candice Butler. Chris is a Melbourne based producer/writer/DJ who has been composing, performing and releasing recordings under the Digital Primate moniker for several years now. His most recent release "Keep Calm and Carry On" was mixed by The Mad Professor. Raised in South Australia, Candice was a published poet at age 11 and grew up on stage and TV, performing as a dancer and actor throughout her childhood.
Straight out of Newcastle NSW Australia we have Mojo Juju and the Snake Oil Merchants. Think Humanwine, Dresden Dolls, Rasputina all put together with a bit of a "Gypsy its a full moon tonight twist." Every note that comes out of the assortment of instruments is beautiful, banjo, bass, harmonica, and accordion just to name a few. The lead singer has a jazzy bluesy sultry voice that effortlessly resonates through the slew of instruments. They are an experience everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy.
Melbourne has the longest continuous history of orchestral music of any Australian city and the MSO is the oldest professional orchestra in Australia, celebrating its centenary in 2007.
The MSO performs to more than 250,000 people in Melbourne and regional Victoria in over 150 concerts a year. The Orchestra has performed with renowned artists such as Igor Stravinsky, Mariss Jansons, Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, Jessye Norman, Artur Rubinstein, Mstislav Rostropovich, Hakan Hagegard, Geoffrey Lancaster, Emanuel Ax, Jeffrey Tate, Sumi Jo, and Nigel Kennedy.
The Storm Picturesque are a metalcore band from Newcastle, Australia Exert From Myspace page:
We are a metal band from Newcastle, trying our best to breathe life into a stale genre. We are not an image. We are not trend driven. We create music that we want to hear and that we enjoy listening to. All of us are still young, and hope that you can enjoy our music as we mature as both people and musicians.
Four Piece death metal band from South Australia, heavily influenced by all things dark and eastern. The Artisans of war: Don Taylor – Lead/Rhythm/Synth Guitar, Vocals, Composition
Nick Seja – Lead/Rhythm/Synth Guitar, Vocals
Adam Ritchie – Bass Guitar, Noise, Programming
Selen Gol - Drums Additional instrumentalists:
Peter O'Donohue - Samples/Orchestration
Adrian Bickle - Percussion The first 4 releases:
Redial is an Australian electro act from Sydney. He is fast becoming one of Sydney's most sought after musicians with his productions and remixes being showered with a frightening amount of attention and distinction. In the space of a few weeks Redial has played alongside the likes of Danger and D.I.M. Not to mention having already found himself completely blowing the crowd away at Future, one of Sydney's biggest music festivals.