Multi-platinum selling Pete Murray has released 7 albums over an impressive career and is one of only a few Australian artists with over 1 million album sales under his belt. He has received 17 ARIA nominations throughout his career. Pete’s first three albums all reached #1 on the Australian music charts and his first album FEELER reached number 1 and remained in the Top 100 for two and a half years.
Pete is back with brand new music in the shape of ‘Hold Me Steady’ released September 17th. This is the first single from his forthcoming 2022 EP release.
The Whitlams are known for their hugely successful ballads, but they also have a high-energy side which has made them one of Australia’s most successful live touring acts.
With their first full band shows in two years the night will be enlivened by new songs from their latest album, “Sancho”, out on January 28. They will play their usual rambunctious set featuring a broad selection of tunes from their six Platinum and Gold albums, including classics “No Aphrodisiac” and “Blow Up the Pokies”.
When Alex Lloyd dropped his debut album Black The Sun in 1999 it was on an unsuspecting public that quickly fell for and embraced the quirky collection of electronica inspired pop gems he had crafted with producer and Psychedelic Furs member, Ed Buller.
Under the producer’s guiding hand, Lloyd’s deft amalgam of exploratory electronics and heartfelt bedsit balladry – which included the singles “Black The Sun”, “Lucky Star”, “Something Special” and “My Way Home” – went on to win triple j’s album of the year and the ARIAs for Best New Artist and Best Male Artist, igniting a long-lasting affair with a nation of music lovers and critics alike.
A powerhouse performer and ‘truly talented one-off’ Diana Anaid has 5 Aria nominations, 2 inclusions in triple J’s Hottest 100, chart topping hits here and abroad, and a die-hard legion of fans.
Diana is an independent artist of the highest caliber and a pioneer of a “Different kind of girl power”. Audiences will fall in love with her personal stories and onstage banter, leaving inspired, empowered and entertained.
8-piece Roots group Heavy Wax come hot off the pan ready to serve up their high-energy Rock-Soul-Funk-Reggae mash. For those in search of hi-fidelity music with feeling, solid beats and that extra punch only a horn section can deliver, these guys could just be your new favourite band.
Heavy Wax have a discernible raw sound emerging, underpinned by a gritty rhythm section and brazen 3-piece horn section which accentuates singer Quin Samin’s soulful melodies. Referencing eclectic mixtape compilations they draw upon Soul, Reggae, 70’s Funk and Fusion – any inspiration from the ‘pre-digital’ era.
Good Will Remedy
Good Will Remedy harness all that’s good from country, alt country and rock and mix it all together in a southern fried feel-good alt Countryesque Americana style all their own.
With over 1,000 live shows to their name, Good Will Remedy have slayed across the big two of country music, the Tamworth Country Music Festival and The Gympie Music Muster, quickly becoming live favourites whether gracing the big stages or more intimate barroom parties.
Pushing boundaries with a diverse range of instruments and high-energy performances, Stapylton Street blends musicianship, storytelling, creativity, and positive vibes.
Formed in a garage in Logan, the band’s original music has its roots in folk, pop-rock, reggae, and country rock. You can expect an upbeat tempo and catchy lyrics.
At only eighteen years of age Brisbane based artist Briana Dinsdale has already achieved what some folks could only dream of in a lifetime. She is a firm favourite with key industry tastemakers highlighted by receiving the 2022 Keith Urban Scholarship from the Country Music Association of Australia in Tamworth.
Briana’s distinct and refreshing style of country music has also garnered international support from the likes of the International Singer Songwriter Association where she received an award for 2021 Female Emerging Artist of the Year.