Not only do buskers get their name out there, share their music and get to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, but there’s a range of prizes to be won, with a prize pool in excess of $1000, including an opportunity to play live on Pulse radio, and the opportunity to play at a number of festivals and public events.
To celebrate the return of this absolute showcase of the best new bands making music all over the country, we passed the baton and got Maddy Jane and The Buoys to interview each other!
Self-described as “unlabelled” and “fusion music”, the four-piece band feature powerful riffs, back-beats and vocal layers on their debut EP ‘Kaleidoscope Mind’.
Fun is exactly what A Swingin’ Bella’s Christmas is about so unbox your Santa hats and Christmas sweaters (because let’s face it, this summer hasn’t been much chop so far), and in Arctic Monkey’s fashion, get on your dancing shoes – Christmas has come early!
Melbourne’s Bakers Daughter (aka Alyce Platt) has returned, but for this artist, everything is new. Reframing her past, Bakers Daughter presents her original music and artistic pursuits through the lens of the Indie-pop artist she is so highly regarded as by her peers and critics alike.
Hosted annually by Geelong’s own Sleepy Hollow Blues Club, this well-loved two-day festival is one of the friendliest going around, bringing quality blues musicians from across the country to our own back door – a door only 20km out of Geelong!