Based in Muloobinba (Newcastle), on Awabakal Land, Pikoù Panez bring original sounds inspired by progressive folk, jazz, soul and world music. With visceral textures and thick harmonies, this six piece creates both a dreamy and energetic disposition through experimental songwriting/improvisation.
Rose Callaghan - Drums & Vocals Tim Merrikin - Double bass Naomi Blanch - Saxophone & vocals Naomi Jones - Violin & vocals Darcy Archer: - Percussion & vocals Mia Peters - Acoustic guitar, electric guitar & vocals
Emily-Rose and the Wild Things - In a world which dances between jazz, folk, songwriter and experimental, one finds lyrics of weight and beauty, underpinned by profound but constantly fresh acoustic and electric worlds.
Headed by Songstress and keys player Emily-Rose Sarkova, her full band will be presenting songs from their debut album ‘Upon These Open Skins’, which has been compared to sounds as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Hiatus Kaiyote, Sam Amidon and Dirty Projectors.
Emily-Rose Sarkova - piano, voice, synths Chris Stone - violin Luke Chapman - guitar Nick Henderson - bass Abby Constable - drums
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Plenty of street parking or 15 minute walk from Engadine station. Pick ups/drop offs from the station can be arranged. BYO drinks and snacks for before and in between sets. No plastic cups please.
Three Songwriters in Real Life! - 7.30pm
IN REAL LIFE... that's what we are after, real connection, live music, sharing the same space, touring the music & the stories that have grown out of the past few years. This rich & fun concert will feature renowned songwriters Craig Sinclair, Snez, & Nerida Cuddy.