Melbourne based singer/songwriter Misha Bear creates a stunning brand of music by artfully blending elements of Indie, Pop and Electronica. Misha Bear is about to release the final single from the Heart Gallery album, which has been simmering away since the start of Covid. ‘The Mirror’ is a scathing report from a Tinder date gone wrong, and the single and music video are being released on 23rd July. This dancey, catchy track discloses that brutal honesty is not the best way to get a second date!
The OhCult is a psychedelic art rock band from Naarm / Melbourne. Combining ajuicy syrup of experimental sounds with supernatural vocals and lyricism, The OhCult take you into a deep andcompelling conjuring of desire, sex, mysticism, and fantasy. The OhCult are influenced byperformance art, shamanism, myth and magic, as well as a genre spanning love ofsound that intertwines to create a cosmic sonic landscape like no other.
Tribehounds are a 5-piece Aussie-style rock band from Albury. When these dynamic newcomers take the stage, audiences can be certain of only one thing: this is the kind of stuff that legacies are born of. With captivating stage antics, theatrical onstage setup, a deadset powerful presence, and more, this is killer, classic rock music to love with reckless abandon. “Cathartic, high-energy, old-school rock with flair”.
BeNice is aMelbourne singer/songwriter who will captivate audiences with her thoughtfulindie pop that comes straight from the soul.
Astro Elevator are a four-piece unit formed in mid-2019, hailing from Melbourne, Australia. Inspired by elements of 60s garage psychedelia and 70s prog-space rock, their sound is a bold-edged distillation of driving energy steeped in forceful beats, duelling guitar solos, and delay-drenched, spacey jams.
The bands’ debut ‘Prismatic’ is an adventurous and high energy, psychedelic-infused space anthem. Drenched in delay and with colourful, kaleidoscopic visuals, this is the first of many releases to come. Astro Elevator will be celebrating their debut with a launch show at The Worker’s Club on Saturday, August 7th. With support from free-love psych rockers Badgers and garage kings Y Street this is not one to miss, grab a ticket now!