Wearing her heart on her sleeve and dusting off trinkets she thought she had long forgotten about, Molly Jean is ready to share her tales of woe and whimsy. When asked 'What style of music do you play?', she sheepishly answers 'Is country/blues/show tunes/murder ballads a style?'
With a name coming from the Wik people, meaning to dance, to sing, to play, Kee’ahn aims to honour her name and Ancestors through her soulful music that weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing. Kee’ahn released her debut single ‘Better Things’ on May 28, 2020. Kee’ahn was awarded the Archie Roach Foundation Award at the 2020 National Indigenous Music Awards.
Kee’ahn is a proud Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal, Zenadh Kes song woman who has recently ventured from her home town in North Queensland, to pursue her dream in the Kulin Nation (Melbourne, Australia). With a name coming from the Wik people, meaning to dance, to sing, to play - Kee’ahn aims to honour her name and Ancestors through her soulful music that weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing.
At 23 years of age, Kee’ahn already has an impressive number of performance credits to her name including: featuring at BIGSOUND2020, St Kilda Festival, Yirramboi First Nations Festival and at the Laneway Festival 2019 alongside Courtney Barnett, Cry Club, Jungle Cuffs, and Thelma Plum; as a feature artist with HOMELANDS at the National Woodford and Cygnet Folk Festivals; and with DRMNGNOW at Golden Plains, St Kilda Festival, Splendour In The Grass Forum and Dark Mofo.
2020 sees Kee’ahn in the studio working on her first EP ‘In Full Bloom’ after releasing her debut single ‘Better Things’ on May 28, 2020.
Nkechi Anele’s, Triple J - "Your falsetto is unworldly and your voice by itself is so f&$*ing pure - you're a unicorn."
Introspective soulful blues with a hint of 'I'm ready to boogie'. Timothy Wolf is the thrilling new kid on the block with his debut studio album set for release Oct 22. Wolf began 2021 releasing his debut single and in a year dominated by Covid 19 lockdowns it’s hardly slowed the alt folk/country song-writer down going from strength to strength landing raving Rolling Stone and Triple J reviews, festival and support slots for the likes of the Pierce Brother. This is capped off by three sold out headline shows at iconic Melbourne venues; the Night Cat and back to back nights at the Northcote Social club. The epitome has been saved for the end of the year as Wolf gears up for a career defining album launch at the Corner Hotel. Get on board early, dust off your dancing shoes and introduce yourself to the immersive and boisterous mischief that is Timothy Wolf and The Howlers.