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Tash Sultana

Tash Sultana

TASH SULTANA is an explosive live artist who has commanded global attention since homemade videos went viral. Tash was soon selling out major arenas globally and playing at the world’s biggest festivals – no mean feat for an artist who just a year before was recording songs on a go pro in a bedroom.

Since Tash’s grandfather gifted a guitar at the age of three, the self-taught artist quickly developed a unique style that has people lining up to see around the world. Tash has mastered over 12 instruments, has a vocal that shine with a magical quality and a live show that needs to be seen to be believed.

The one-person powerhouse started out playing open mic nights on a fake id and busking on the streets of Melbourne, Australia.

Recent accolades include over 500M streams, an ARIA award for Blues and Roots Album of The Year with ‘Flow State’, smash single ‘Jungle’ coming in at #3 in triple j’s Hottest 100, achieving platinum sales for the Notion EP and platinum sales for ‘Jungle’, winning the prestigious unearthed j award, numerous gold certified singles and recently playing a stand out set at Coachella & Lollapalooza.

Tash’s album ‘Flow State’ is out now worldwide.

CLEWS

Clews

Exploding from the South Coast of New South Wales, CLEWS is the cultivation of two unique creative minds and upbringings featuring sisters Lily and Grace Richardson. The two Mollymook natives were born and raised on the anthemic ballads of the ‘90s. Now based in Sydney, the girls are singing big choruses and writing songs that will make your heart explode. 

CLEWS have experienced a meteoric rise in their inceptive 12 months as a touring group, courtesy of their first two singles “Museum” and “Crushed” which were heavily rotated on airwaves via triple j and beyond, songs which highlight CLEWS’ dizzying vocal harmonising and explosive, guitar-driven, melody-drenched choruses.

After dropping jaws all over the country on the live circuit, touring with the likes of Portugal. The Man, Albert Hammond Jr. (The Strokes), Ocean Alley, Holy Holy and Laurel, CLEWS then announced and consequentially sold out their debut national headline tour in a flash after playing some of the country’s premiere festivals to top it all off.
With with the release of latest single “Hollywood” – which once again pits the duo’s honeyed harmonies against an intoxicating melange of candied grunge and pop – it’s clear CLEWS’ is mirroring the confidence they’ve found in the live arena.

Garrett Kato

Clews

Canadian-born, Australia-based singer-songwriter Garrett Kato showed up in Byron Bay 9 years ago with nothing but a bag of clothes, a backpack, and a guitar after quitting his day job on a whim.

After busking on street corners and performing five gigs a week in any place he could find, the tireless grind paid off and Garrett was soon touring with some of Australia’s biggest artists, landing a publishing deal with Sony/ATV, having his songs synced with box office hits in the US, running his own recording studio and signing a label deal with NETTWERK.

With over 20 million worldwide streams on Spotify to date, playing sold out shows with Damien Rice, producing for a string of Australian indie folk acts like Ziggy Alberts, Kyle Lionheart, Pierce Brothers and Riley Pearce; Garrett is looking ahead to a big year of touring and releasing a stunning collection of new music.

“Take it like a strange journey,” says Garrett. “The decisions I’ve made in my life, for better or worse, haven’t necessarily been conventional to society. It was good though. I’d love for people to know it’s possible to show up somewhere new with nothing but a bag of clothes, a backpack, and a guitar and end up with a life you love. That’s my story.”

George Alice

George Alice

George Alice, is a 16 year old singer/songwriter from Adelaide, Australia who took out Unearthed High’s crown in 2019. Growing up in the country and folk worlds, George cut her teeth busking and learning how to play guitar and piano, while simultaneously teaching herself to write songs watching war movies - writing heartfelt storylines and lyrics about death and heartache and losing loved ones at war, which since, has only progressed to Georgia wanting to write music more ‘relatable’ to people her age.

Releasing her first song at the age of 15, Georgia’s debut track ‘Circles’ garnered the attention of Triple J - winning Triple J’s annual ‘Unearthed High’ competition - taking top place from over 1500 high school aged entrants. Since Unearthed High, Circles has climbed to #1 on Australia’s viral charts for over a week, hit #36 on Spotify’s GLOBAL discovery chart and sat in the top ten of Triple J’s most played.

"The music industry for me, is a place I feel comfortable pushing these imaginary social boundaries we call normal. I play music to connect with others; not always on common ground but acceptance is never denied. People coming together to express themselves in unique ways is something I love to see, and be apart of. Working on my original songs I wanted to shock my audience and constantly keep them on the edge of their seat, wanting to know what comes next. Never giving too much away my lyrics have hidden meanings, they are open to interpretation meaning people can make my stories, theirs."

Now with a globally recognised song and a treasure chest of unreleased music under her belt, the future is looking nothing but bright for this young superstar.

Stellie

Jack Davis

When people ask me the question, “So when did you start singing?” Instinctively, I always give the same answer - ‘Ever since I could talk, I think’ - and its true. Singing has always been my thing. The thing that I was known for when I was little. I was just a tiny girl with braids in her hair, who had a voice that almost sounded too loud to be coming out of her body.

At a young age, I discovered the endless possibilities music creates. I adore the way it makes you think, feel, dance, cry, laugh - sometimes in such a simplistic way, you hardly notice. But ultimately, I love the way makes us feel human; in a rather magical way. How is it that something we can’t even touch, can somehow feel so tangible to us?

Jazz music was a real game changer for me. Like anything thats good for you, when you first get introduced to it - you hate it. But, somehow it grows on you until eventually you become obsessed. In a weird way, my initial hatred for Jazz music is what makes me love it even more today. It tested my limits, broke my boundaries. Something about those sultry vocals juxtaposed by the sweetness of the words they sing has always resonated with me. I can only wish that my music will resonate with people the same way.

‘Cry Baby’ was the first song I ever released. It was also the first song I wrote that I was proud of. It was the first song I wrote that made me feel something. That same sensation returned with my second single ‘Let’s Forget We Were in Love’ - now i’m addicted to that feeling. Its all I search for when I write.

Sometimes it takes a bit of time to find that feeling - but when you do; its almost as if all the stars align. Until then, I will forever be rearranging the stars.

Stellie x