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Nathan Cavaleri

Nathan Cavaleri, a former child prodigy, re-emerged in 2019 on the Australian music scene after a five-year battle with anxiety and depression. By age 12, he was already in a bidding war between major music labels and by 16, had toured with B.B. King and performed with Etta James and Bonnie Raitt at the Kennedy Center. Following his return, Cavaleri released "Demons," reflecting his personal struggles, and gained further recognition with a sold-out tour and a feature on "Australian Story." He recently secured a deal with ABC Music and expanded his reach globally through Twitch streaming. With his new album "Miracles," Cavaleri continues to captivate audiences with his authentic storytelling and emotionally driven solo performances, blending his tumultuous past with his present artistry.

Geoff Achison

Geoff Achison, a distinguished Australian blues-roots artist, has carved out an impressive career with his masterful guitar playing and evocative songwriting. Originating from a humble beginning in rural Victoria, Geoff honed his skills under the guidance of jazz musician Alan Watson and Australian blues legend 'Dutch' Tilders. His debut album 'Big Machine' launched in 1994, marking the start of an international journey that saw him winning the 'Albert King Award' in Memphis and establishing himself in the USA, UK, and Europe. Known for blending deep blues with soul, funk, and folk influences, Geoff's music echoes the styles of Eric Clapton and JJ Cale. With his band The Souldiggers, he delivers electrifying performances, while his solo acoustic shows showcase his storytelling prowess and guitar virtuosity. A respected educator and 2020 inductee into the Victorian Blues Hall of Fame, Geoff Achison continues to inspire with his unique musical vision and captivating live shows.

Brekky Boy

Brekky Boy is an electronic jazz-rock trio who chuck things at each other on stage and don't play in 4/4. Drawing on artists such as GoGo Penguin and BADBADNOTGOOD, the Montreux Jazz Award nominees have gained international acclaim touring the world with standout performances at SXSW (US), Montréal International Jazz Festival (CA), Montreux Jazz Festival (CH), London Jazz Festival (UK), Jazzahead (DE), supporting Blue Note Artist Ambrose Akinmusire and more.

Allysha Joy

Well-versed in poetry and performance, Allysha Joy’s potent lyricism, unique musicianship, and incredible vocals have garnered legions of attentive fans the world over. Seamlessly forging her own sound as singer, songwriter, keys player and selector, Joy is well known as 30/70’s lead vocalist and with a heavy line-up of collaborations over the years, she has marked her place across continents, expansive projects and genres.

Mike Dillion

Mike D is an American percussionist, vibraphonist, bandleader, and vocalist born in San Antonio, Texas. Dillon's love of playing percussion was born out of his love for the band Rush as a teenager. He originally performed in the 80's with local Dallas and Denton favorites Ten Hands. In the 1990s he led Dallas-based Billy Goat, In the late 1990s, Billy Goat disbanded and he performed in the Kansas City-based Malachy Papers and the Austin-based Hairy Apes BMX (HABMX).

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Fletcher Kent

From the Central Coast of NSW, Fletcher has reached millions through his folk/rock songwriting and performance, most notably in winning Australia’s Got Talent in 2016. Both with his band and solo, audience connection is Fletcher’s forte.


Award-winning Noongar woman and Naarm-based artist Bumpy has a voice that ripples stars. Bumpy is a force. Going by her childhood nickname – earned for a habit of bumping into all kinds of obstacles – she pulls from the strength found in tenderness, scars, and all. She has wowed crowds at Meredith Music Festival, BIGSOUND, NIMAS, VIVID Festival, Queenscliff Music Festival, NGV & Dreamtime at the MCG and more with her deeply affecting music, a shimmering collection of R&B and neo-soul.

Beckah Amani

Following on from her critically acclaimed debut EP ‘April’ released in late 2022, Tanzanian-born, Burundi-raised, Australian artist Beckah Amani is set to make waves. Beckah’s powerful art for storytelling has earned global press and radio attention from the likes of triple j, The Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, Clash, Frankie Magazine and more. She writes delicate, intimate songs that draw on deeply personal topics: heartbreak, placelessness, and identity with warmth and grace, drawing strength from her sonorous voice.

Charm of Finches

Australian sister duo Charm of Finches delivers intricate folk-pop that is simultaneously graceful and darkly bewitching. Their seamless blood harmonies traverse melancholy and wonder in equal measure. They were 2021 Music Victoria Best Folk Act and were nominated twice for the Australian Music Prize. They've toured extensively in the UK/Europe and recorded their fourth album in rural Nova Scotia, Canada, with acclaimed producer Daniel Ledwell, to be released in 2024.

The Double Agents

After a 15-year hiatus, The Double Agents returned to the stage with their compilation LP 'Best Bits…So Far', released independently. The launch at Northcote Social Club sold out at 300 tickets, marking a triumphant comeback. They secured main support slots for Mudhoney and The Scientists in Melbourne and played in packed rooms at Ninch Fest and Gem Fest. In their earlier days, they released two albums, completed multiple Australian and European tours, and supported acts like The White Stripes, Black Keys, and more

Sam Windley

Sam Windley creates candid urban alternative music in the vein of Stella Donnelly, Cat Power, and Suzanne Vega. Compelled by recently lost love and the introspective depression that results from life on the slimy Sydney conveyor belt, Windley has spent the last two years writing extensively. Among the deluge of words and emotions, 7 songs were born, and with the help of producer/translator Chris Collins, these took shape as an eccentric and vulnerable EP.


Growing up without the influence of radio or television, Kaweyova started out singing traditional island songs from the Trobriand Islands, PNG. Having taught herself to play the guitar and sing, Kaweyova picked up her musical talents from watching cousins. Singing and dancing were very much a part of her daily life and culture. Kaweyova has worked in PNG, Dubai, Fiji and is now based in Australia


Kee’ahn is a First Nations musician from North Queensland whose name derives from the Wik word meaning to dance and to play. Effortlessly blending the sounds of soul, R&B and pop throughout their music, Kee'ahn weaves lush melodies and words reminiscent of heartbreak and healing. Their rich vocals and hopeful yet vulnerable lyrics champion finding strength in our struggles, encouraging us all to reflect, reinvent, and rejoice in all of our own journeys. Kee’ahn honours their name and Ancestors through