Andrea Soler Band
Andrea’s music is nomadic, wandering the realms of indie folk, jazz, roots and world music. With touches of calypso, flamenco, reggae and more, Andrea intuitively blends a myriad of global influences to create music with universal appeal.
Heralding from the lush hills and valleys of Northern New South Wales, Fyah Walk has risen to become one of the nation’s most authentic and highly regarded roots reggae bands. Renowned festival performers, Fyah Walk’s high energy performances have received excellent reviews at prestigious festivals including WOMADelaide 2010, Woodford Folk Festival 2010, Peats Ridge Festival, Island Vibe Festival, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Bellingen Global Carnival, Kuranda Roots Reggae Festival, Rainbow Serpent Festival and many more. They have toured Australia extensively since forming in 2007, including an east coast tour in 2010 as support act for California’s Groundation on their inaugural tour of Australia, creating a groundswell of support along the way. The talented 8-piece band is made up of some of the New South Wale’s most respected musicians and singers, who together have released two acclaimed albums, Sunrise Red and Ocean Sounds. Fyah Walk have just embarked on the recording of their highly anticipated third album.
The Floating Bridges: With a flair for putting on live energetic shows and music that touches an audience both young and old, The Floating Bridges have made a reputation as being one of the most exciting, determined and focused bands to come out of SE Queensland!
The Floating Bridges in their short journey so far, now find themselves on the verge of becoming a major driving force in the Australian music scene fusing a blend of Roots, Funk, Rock and Reggae!.
Electrik Lemonade: Electrik Lemonade are six individuals united by the cosmic collective boogie. Playing rump funkin’ live shows that feature a repertoire of original energetic funk rock tunes, infused with electronic, jazz and blues elements.
The Flumes: Electric Harp pouring out psychedelic melodies over stylin atmospheric grooves woven with soulful vocals, laying down a lushly funky, dark and sparkling, cinematic brew.
Small Time Hustlers: Emcees Tycotic, Dirt-E-Kent and Lomas, hailing from NSW’s Central Coast, were brought together by a mutual love for marijuana and have joined forces as "Small Time Hustlers" to perform at the 2012 Nimbin Mardi Grass
This live show will indeed go down in gunja history, so pack your papers and a lighter and come blaze with some of the best from the Central Coast.
DUBLO: DUBLO are Tasmania’s premier original dub reggae band. Mixing Reggae and Heavy Dub grooves with elements of funk, psychedelic and trance, layered with conscious lyrics and saturated with live dub and FX.
Southern Island Music in a dub style.
Anarchist Duck:Anarchist Duck's live shows are renowned for their house-shaking danceadelic hugeness, driven by body-rockin beats, Flawless' boundary-smashing guitar style, and the unmistakable rare talent of singing bassist Julz... this band has an original sound that takes Gold Coast original music to a new level of greatness.
Too edgy for folk and too rock for pop, the hippie chick from Nimbin known for her ferocious self taught guitar style and in-your-face lyrics was included in the line up for the 1999 Vans Warped punk music festival, rocking out solo with her Maton guitar on the main stage between Suicidal Tendencies and Less Than Jake.
Essie Thomas: Originally from the south-west corner of Victoria, Essie Thomas is now hot from the hills of northern NSW. A burning passion for life and a fiery fuel for the music she creates sustains her life’s odyssey. Essie sends stories into the audience with her unique vocals and the awe-inspiring sounds of her guitar. With a forever changing genre and feel, Essie is bound to take you on a soulful journey and leave you yearning for more..
Healing Earth, Sheik Yatush, The Express, Pagan Love Cult, Monkey and the Fish, Warchief, Peace and Plenty, Kaptain Reefer and the Cone Pakas, Homeless Yellow, The Dillion James Band, KOBYA and many more to come