Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock, Roots


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Bio

Stevie Jean was born and raised in the Northern Territory. At 20 years old, Stevie Jean has already supported celebrated acts such as The Rubens, Tash Sultana, The Cat Empire, The Angels, Grinspoon and Icehouse. Her single ‘Hell in Every Religion’ took her to the Top 5 of Triple J’s Unearthed High competition and received her a nomination for NT’s Best Live Voice in both 2017 and 2018’s National Live Music Awards. 2019 has already been an outstanding year for Stevie Jean. Starting the year supporting Tash Sultana and Ocean Alley, performing festivals nationally such as Party in the Paddock and The Hills Are Alive only to be followed by the release of “Prey” (mastered by Neal H. Pogue) with rapper Tasman Keith. The end of 2019 will see Stevie Jean release her debut EP “Blame Game” (produced by ARIA-nominated producer J.Mangohig), support Montaigne nationally on her Complex Album Tour alongside the renowned Miss Blanks, and play a string of festival shows including Queenscliff Music Festival, Festival Of The Sun and NYE On The Hill.

Unearthed in 2018

The Rubens Tour

23 Sep 2018

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Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

14 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

Stevie explores every aspect of herself with depth and an ability to make every listener feel every emotion, lyric, experience and sound. I love the way you come alive.

Stevie explores every aspect of herself with depth and an ability to make every listener feel every emotion, lyric, experience and sound. I love the way you come alive.

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Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

14 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

Love this flow Stevie! It's like you're unravelling over those gritty guitar lines - real wandering through a boss landscape type beat going on here for sure

Love this flow Stevie! It's like you're unravelling over those gritty guitar lines - real wandering through a boss landscape type beat going on here for sure

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Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

10 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

This one feels like the evolution of Hell In Every Religion with banging drums and fuzzy guitars in the mix. One for the early Stevie fans, but also one that's gonna bring new heads on board.

This one feels like the evolution of Hell In Every Religion with banging drums and fuzzy guitars in the mix. One for the early Stevie fans, but also one that's gonna bring new heads on board.