Formed in Melbourne, GRAND PINE are one of Australia's most promising indie-folk bands. Taking inspiration from artists such as Fleet Foxes and Bon Iver, Grand Pine create their own style of cinematic folk-rock alongside their twinkling and full performance. They've played Queenscliff, By The Meadow and Grampians Music Festival. Sold-out shows at Northcote Social, Brunswick Ballroom, and The Workers Club and supported the likes of; Sons Of The East, Alexander Biggs and Rat!Hammock.
JUNE JONES is a Naarm-based alt pop singer, songwriter, producer, and shapeshifter. Jones has made a name for herself with her distinctive lyrics, unique voice, and captivating live performances. Her third album, Pop Music for Normal Women – reflecting on her experiences of neurodivergence and transness – will be released on September 23.
LION is a queer, black electropop/alt artist, singer, songwriter, producer and dancer from Melbourne. His music is a patchwork of pulsing rhythms, sharpshooting rap stylings with a tinge of heavy rock; a vessel for his piercing lyrics which discuss socio-political issues like microaggressions and racial identity. He moves with power, choreographing revolutions with passion. Steeped in his Ethiopian heritage, LION won’t just tell you his story, he’ll roar.
SAINT ERGO is a songwriter, producer and mentor that promotes the art of musical connection and goes deeper into exploring the intersection between creative expression, songwriting, accessibility, gender and sexuality. This is the connection of us, where love and life are found. Dee is the multi-instrumental and classically-trained human behind Saint Ergo and her/their soaring voice bridges the masculine and the feminine with unique, sophistically songwriting that spans many genres of music.