ISOL-AID #31 feat: ASH GRUNWALD, CHELSEA MANOR, EASTBOUND BUZZ (DUO), KEEKS, MODERN OPERA, NATHAN CAVALERI, RACH BRENNAN & THE PINES, RYA PARK, SAM WINDLEY, SAMMI CONSTANTINE, SHANNEN JAMES, THE KITE MACHINE, TILLY VW, YEN STRANGE

When

2:45 pmSunday, 18 October

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One day in.. October? This year things are a little different. That’s not just on the footy field but gigs have been drop-punted into another realm as well, online baby! Up there cazaly, it’s the holy grail of lineups because this week we have Piper’s Son curating the game. Piper’s Son is a management firm, record label & booking agent based in Sydney, Australia. This week’s lineup features some of the stars of the label and firm and we are very excited to bring these legends onto the ISOL-AID ground!

First kick off comes courtesy of SAMMI CONSTANTINE - a self assured crafter of pop with darker edges from New South Wales whose edgy sounds have garnered her fans including Rita Ora who she toured with last year. KEEKS continues things with her soulful songwriting that centers hooks and melody around some clever writing. RACH BRENNAN & THE PINES kick and scream into the scene with their effervescent sound that captures both the good times and the bad assertively in a way only a Libran can.

NATHAN CAVALERI has already lived a few lives, namely as a blues guitar prodigy when he was a kid. He’s all grown up with the music to prove it - captivating and rollicking. ASH GRUNWALD - where does one even start? A man who has truly carved out his own Ash-shaped niche in the global musical landscape - unique storytelling, rhythmic fury on guitar and signature soul drenched vocals is one place to start. SAM WINDLEY is an emerging songwriter and surfer from NSW’s Central coast known for her candid lyrics and raw, modest style. MODERN OPERA make self proclaimed ‘weird bedroom pop’, that takes cues from a wide range of influences. Taking different steps but always finding their direction, the band are an exciting force.