In 2008 singer songwriter, Paris Wells was the queen of underground soul in Melbourne. She released two well received albums, Keep It Up (2008) and Various Small Fires (2010). To enhance her sound she moved to London, then Copenhagen and had the privilege of top lining for some quality producers and performed at some of Europe's Top festivals.
Back in Melbourne, Paris’s new smooth tunes are are result of her time abroad and her not so secret love of disco. Her latest single, Two Step Romance, is currently sitting pretty on Australian music charts.
The Glorious North are a country rock band from Melbourne, Australia made up on Tele Dee and PJ Devery on vocals and guitar, Dave Sayer on bass, and Darren Vlah on drums and percussion.
With a sound they call slacker country, The Glorious North invite you into a whiskey stained world of lost loves, loaded Lugers and booze-addled broken hearts. They have created a hum that is supercharged country pop with lyrics that lead you into the beautiful darkness, tell tales of small bars in the small hours and the sordid sins of lost and lonesome souls.
Werewolves of Melbourne are a four-piece rhythm and blues band that all but exploded onto the Australian music scene in 2015 with their killer live performances and Mississippi Delta vibes.
Following on from the success of the independent release of their debut EP, Black Diamond Ring (2015), Werewolves of Melbourne, led by Zevon Hiltz on vocals and guitar, with Yuri Pavlinov on bass, Samuel Cope on keys and Steve Alligham on drums, are set to launch their debut album in early 2017.
Sunny Hawkings has been a singer-songwriter and live performer for more than a decade, regularly swinging between solo and full band gigs in his hometown of Melbourne, with a rotating list of band members and varied cast of collaborators.
After years honing his craft on the live circuit, the exhausting, expansive and sprawling two-plus years recording process behind Sheets of Life captures the evolution of Hawkings as a musician, producer and recording artist.
Sam & Sam, best mates and duo partners for longer than 12 years. Amazing voices and harmonies, playing the best acoustic versions of all you favourite song.
One of Melbourne's favourite bands, Johnny Wonderpants have been rocking the Melbourne pub scene for longer than many bands members would like to admit. Residents at The College Lawn in Prahran, they're back for the Yak Ales Melbourne Barbecue Festival in 2017.
Playing Hill Country Blues Melbourne-style, The New Savages are Milan Milutinovic’s primitive guitar style & deep baritone voice, driven by Nathan Power’s relentless swinging drums.
The New Savages 2nd EP, Goin’ Over The River (2016) combines the endless hypnotic grooves of Mississippi’s Blues Juke Joints with the raw, spiritual power of early 20th century gospel music in the context of Melbourne’s live music scene.