Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop


band members

Roslyn Barnett : Singer Coedie McCarthy : Dancer Mc producer didgeridoo Minjarrah Jarrett :Dancer Mc digeridoo Jannali Doncaster : Dancer Mc Didgeridoo Benjamin James Robinson : Dancer, Mc


Influences

traditions and story telling


Website

www.indigenoise.com

Gig

Indigenoise

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

26 Oct

Island Vibe Festiv...

Brisbane, 4183

Stradbroke Island

6:00pm

Bio

INDIGENOISE
Genre: Hip Hop (conscious hip hip, trip bass)
Byron Bay, Australia

Indigenous Australian hip hop act, INDIGENOISE, brings the ancient wisdom of the old ways into the new age.
Dropping a raw and organic imprint of hip hop infused with their inspired conscious lyrics. On stage they empower the individual, standing united as indigenous youth and beyond. Dominating the mass consciousness with their gift of music, traditional ceremony and dance.

INDIGENOISE represents the red, black, yellow and white people of the earth.
Coedie McCarthy, Minjarrah Jarrett, Roslyn Barnett, Jannali Doncaster and Benjamin Robinson all who carry mixed ancestry.
together they alchemise a powerful voice of ancient and contemporary culture.

After a showcase performance in home town Byron Bay they were quickly scooped up for management are in the studio recording their first album ‘Old ways New Age’ dropping later this year.
A debut festival performance at Manifest in SE QLD took the audience by storm as they powerfully brought together the worlds of traditional ceremony and contemporary hip hop.
The high vibration message and music of this young crew is creating an exciting future wherever they show up to drop their magic.

Next stop is Splendour In The Grass on the 22nd July ..

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

20 Feb 2018

Triple J
35

This project just keeps surprising, this isn't at all what I was expecting

This project just keeps surprising, this isn't at all what I was expecting

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

19 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

it soars beautifully but the whole time you're aware of some off balance undertone and when that bassy climax hits, you find yourself looking around to see who's lurking in the shadows.

it soars beautifully but the whole time you're aware of some off balance undertone and when that bassy climax hits, you find yourself looking around to see who's lurking in the shadows.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

05 Jul 2017

Triple J
45

Oh my god, that hectic bassy synth is rattling everything on my desk right now. And the incredible chorus hook is just the cherry on top. Huge fan here.

Oh my god, that hectic bassy synth is rattling everything on my desk right now. And the incredible chorus hook is just the cherry on top. Huge fan here.