Sycco - First EP Tour, First Beige


7:30 pmFriday, 25 March 2022


Night Cat

137-141 Johnston St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

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The ascent of Sycco, aka 19 year old First Nations artist/writer/producer Sash McLeod, only started in 2020 (mid-pandemic) but her pop-driven, psych-infused, dance-inducing brand of electronica has already won her fans near and far. Following the release of a string of successful singles including “Dribble”, ‘Germs’ and ‘My Ways’, she is excited to announce a national tour off the back of her concisely-titled debut EP “Sycco’s First EP” (out now via Future Classic).

Sycco’s trippy bops have seen her land in the pages of Vogue (Australia), NME, Billboard, Paper, Cool Hunting, Nylon, Paste, Ones To Watch, triple j, among others and amassed +17 million streams (and counting). She’s sold out her debut national headline tour, performed (virtually) for SXSW, partnered with Buscabulla, Tim Atlas and Oscar Scheller, landed #29 in the iconic triple j Hottest 100 (the highest ranked new artist in last year’s poll), won big at the Queensland Music Awards and picked up nominations at the AIR and NIMA Awards and performed for KCRW and triple j's Like a Version .

Sycco was recently announced as YouTube's Music Foundry Class of 2021 (alongside Snail Mail and Junior Mesa amongst other global artists on the rise), scored a Times Square billboard as the face of Spotify's Equal Campaign, named as Apple Music AU's Up Next Artist for August and won Australia's prestigious Levi's Music Prize -- and she's only just getting started.


Jazzy six-piece First Beige bring their infectious live show to The Night Cat!

Born and based in Brisbane, First Beige draws upon jazzy colours, textural synth layers and interwoven vocal harmonies backed by driving house rhythms. The infectious live act presents listeners with an ever-evolving set comprised of extended improvised sections and high energy grooves. The six-piece have continued to solidify themselves as one of the most eclectic, transportive and vibrant live acts to come out of Brisbane in recent years.

In spite of a global pandemic, First Beige turned 2020 into their most successful year yet, with sold out shows around the state of QLD including a massive show at the beautiful Tivoli Theatre, as well as slots at Laneway Festival, A Festival Called Panama and Party in the Paddock.

The 6-piece even caught the eye of Worldwide FM’s Gilles Peterson who has since given First Beige multiple spins on his BBC 6 Radio programme. With a bag of new songs eagerly awaiting release First Beige won’t sit still in 2021.

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