You wouldn't know if the fluorescent garage stoner grooves had infiltrated your mind or if the swing of the warm Jazz Rock had taken a hold of your standing feet, lifting you off like a fiery pollen hurricane of groove.
Fight Ibis, named Triple J Feature Artist in 2017, have had quite the introduction to the national scene, popping up on industry radars with a steady release of punchy singles.
With an active fan-base and critical acclaim, high-energy Blues Rock act Transvaal Diamond Syndicate have earned their plays on stations like Triple J and continue to be one of the most requested acts on Australian Community Radio and the national Festival circuit.
Heavy. Cosmic. Rock. This defines The Black Armada. A sound forged with monstrous riff-driven guitars, laden with fuzz and bite.
Thunderous Bonham-esque drums, meshed with heavy groove bass and sky-breaking vocals soaring beyond. They bring modern Psych-Stoner Rock together with heavy pillars of Sabb-Zepp backbone and have supported the likes of The Tea Party, Earthless, Nick Oliveri and 1000mods.
Having built their reputation since 2009 on a simply outstanding live show, Sumeru initially forged their own space in the Australian stoner scene but have subsequently moved on to lay down roots in the national doom/sludge/metal scenes over the last few years on the back of crushing releases Summon Destroyer (2018) and Holy Lands (2014).
Elephant Hive is an instrumental garage power duo from Tel Aviv formed in 2015 by Rafael Cohen (guitar) and Tom Bollig (drums). In the past 3 years they have toured all around Israel, Europe, Russia and Australia and took part in high profile alternative music festivals, in which they were hailed as a new up-and-coming band to keep on music fans’ radar.
Dubbed as Queensland's favourite psychedelic cadets, the last few years has seen Hemingway grow exponentially, taking to bigger stages, bigger audiences and have played to 10,000 strong festival crowds as well as landing some quality supports.
Wild Marmalade are the world’s original high-energydidgeridoo dance band heralding from the small town Byron Bay, Australia. Fusing the ancient sounds of the didgeridoo with contemporary dance beats, their sound is a meeting of Si's synth stylee didgeridoo drones with the explosive beats of Matt Goodwin on drum kit.