Steve Ignorant is a singer and artist. He co-founded the anarchist punk rock band Crass with Penny Rimbaud in 1977, and has worked with other groups including Conflict, Schwartzeneggar (sic), The Stratford Mercenaries and Current 93 (under the name Stephen Intelligent) as well as being an occasional solo performer. He is also a sculptor, and has worked as a traditional Punch and Judy performer using the name Professor Ignorant. In recent years he has developed an interest in the history of traditional east London music hall performance.
Jon Stevens (1962- ) is a New Zealand-born singer, now an Australian citizen. Stevens moved to Australia after success as a pop star in New Zealand in the 1970's (his best-known songs from this era are Jezebel and a cover of Montego Bay). He is most recognised for his work as the lead singer of Sydney band Noiseworks, who had major hits in the 1980's with "Take Me Back" and "Touch". Once Noiseworks disbanded, Stevens was part of two Australian productions of Jesus Christ Superstar - playing Judas on both occasions, to high acclaim.
Not OK are a punk rock band based on the Gold Coast, Australia. The band is originally from Nelson, New Zealand. They moved to Auckland in 2005 and then on to Australia in 2007. They play a brand of punk rock influenced by the likes of Face to Face, The Bouncing Souls and Snuff.
Yacht Club Djs are Gareth Harrison and Guy Chappell - Lawrence. The pair met at Ballarat's Karova Lounge a few years ago and somewhere along the line (and probably after a few too many beers) started making mashups. Since their incarnation and a massive stint pushing disks to indie kids in melbourne the duo decided to take their live show more seriously and took on the festival and touring circuit after successful performances at the Meredith Music Festival and Falls Festival in late 2008. 2009 has seen them tour Victoria and NSW, with brief jaunts up to QLD as well.
A Melbourne band formed in 2011, featuring Hugo Tremayne on vocals (formerly of K-Oscillate), Nick Adams on bass (formerly of Mammal) and Ben Ellingworth on drums (formerly of MM9).
Digital Punk, born as René de Bruijn in 1985, in Dordrecht, has become a respected DJ/Producer in the Hardstyle scene. With his own recognizable sound and unique DJ sets this energetic DJ knows how to get the crowds wild and euphoric, time and time again, which results in a growing number of followers. In his career as DJ he has made name through successful gigs such as Defqon 1, Decibel, In Qontrol, Hardbass and Emporium… and with releases such as “Bringin the Funk”, “Rock the Party”, “Loose Control” and “Dark Symphony” that were instant hits.
Self is A Seed release 'Gratis' online everywhere. This free EP showcases 3 tracks from their debut album 'Siren' (released Oct 25th 2012). Featuring the new single RFID these 3 rock anthems are accompanied by an acoustic version of 'Pirate', one of Self Is A Seed's heavier moments from their debut. This version lets fans and new comers alike experience the versatility of this band on the rise. The anticipation builds as Self Is A Seed prepare to release. From Spotify to Pirate Bay, the free EP 'Gratis' is available now... EVERYWHERE!
The Devilrock Four formed in Melbourne in May 2003 but didn't really hit their stride until the addition of Bass player Jimi Richardson in February 2005.
Band from Melbourne, Australia. 2/3 of Grey Daturas.
Maya Jupiter is an Australian rapper & radio personality. Maya was born in La Paz, Mexico. She is of mixed Mexican and Turkish origin. Her family moved to Melbourne, Victoria when she was one year old, they then relocated to Sydney, New South Wales when she was four. She grew up in Busby, a suburb in South-Western Sydney. In 2003 she released her first album entitled Today, on Mother Tongues, the first label in the world dedicated to developing women in hip-hop music.