Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop


band members

Judd Stead


Bio

I am a Ballardong Noongar Maaman who grew up in the small Wheatbelt town of Wyalkatchem located 187km East of Perth.

In my younger years I would often head out bush with my grandparents Kevan & Rose Davis to learn about Noongar Culture and the Traditional Ecological practices of Ballardong Boodja through a traditional Noongar Kaartdijin standpoint, which in turn was later combined with formal training in Western Ecological Practices when I undertook a Traineeship at Wheatbelt NRM in 2011.

In my spare time I compose music in my home studio with being fortunate enough to have collaborated with Emily Wurramurra on a track for Triple J to celebrate National Reconciliation Week 2017.

I am very passionate about seeing Noongar Culture flourish and restoring my Boodja.

Formerly Steady

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

18 Jan 2021

Triple J
40

Short, sharp and banging from Tabernacle. It's sleek but destructive like a Commes des Garcon designed sledgehammer.

Short, sharp and banging from Tabernacle. It's sleek but destructive like a Commes des Garcon designed sledgehammer.

Review

Review by Ash McGregor Ash McGregor

24 Nov 2020

Triple J
30

You've made it to the Boss Level, this is soundtracking the fight. First 2mins you're sneaking around and then BOOOM take it down at 2min 50sec! What a track!

You've made it to the Boss Level, this is soundtracking the fight. First 2mins you're sneaking around and then BOOOM take it down at 2min 50sec! What a track!

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

12 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

you really set the tone by casually holding a f**k off HUGE snake in your profile picture and delivered with an equally badass banger.

you really set the tone by casually holding a f**k off HUGE snake in your profile picture and delivered with an equally badass banger.