The two day, one evening event ran by industry professionals, dedicated to teaching the mechanics of blues and and how to apply it’s teachings to modern music, as well as the art and importance of self-expression.
Empowering slogans like, ‘Girl Power!’, ‘Sisters Doing It For Themselves’, and ‘Women Can Do Everything’, just don’t cut it when you’re trying to describe the sheer ferocity of all-women tribute outfit Lez Zeppelin.
Since hitting us with her debut album, ‘Don’t Let The Kids Win’ in 2016, stunning folk songstress, Julia Jacklin has been crushing the music industry game, touring relentlessly, taking out the ‘Next Big Thing’ title at the FBi Radio SMAC Awards, and working in side project, Phantastic Ferniture.
The program offers matched funding of up to $25,000 to help live music venues manage sound in their venue in an effort to keep up to date with local noise regulations.
Running from April 25 to 28, the music line-up boasts a boat full of talent with Kurt Vile, Mojo Juju, Tex Perkins and the Fat Rubber Band, Vika and Linda Bull, Sibusile Xaba (Sth Afr), Xylouris White, No Mono, Tiny Ruins (NZ) and Cash Savage and The Last Drinks.