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  • Hip Hop
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Fairtrade Narcotics are a high energy, trumpet fronted, five piece chaos machine cultivating hip hop infused, surfy jazz-rock mayhem. Led by Brooke Kymberley (trumpet, vox) the band's live repertoire ranges from atmospheric & moody instrumentals, funkadelic jazz, to soulful groove infused hip-hop. Borrowing influence from a myriad of styles and influences akin to the Cat Empire, the late Roy Hardgrove, Woo Park & Tom Misch- the band write and arrange their original songs together, compiling their contrasting musicality in a way that deviates conventional genre norms. Still buzzing from their debut two track release ‘Head Over Handlebars’ this past July, the band show no signs of slowing down anytime soon and are already underway recording their next EP, with plans to embark on a regional VIC tour mid-2020. Fairtrade Narcotics is comprised of Brooke Kymberley (trumpet, vox) Liam Marziano (keys, vox) Ned Morris (guitar) Georgia Kinnevy (drums) and Matthew Owens (bass guitar).
Real Good Company

Review

50

Real Good Company offer nothing less than nutritious, wholesome servings of good vibrations.
We've seen them live, and can confirm they know how to get a room bouncing to their funky, fresh boppers.
Toast is only a taste of what's to come for this band, don't sleep on them!

Real Good Company offer nothing less than nutritious, wholesome servings of good vibrations.
We've seen them live, and can confirm they know how to get a room bouncing to their funky, fresh boppers.
Toast is only a taste of what's to come for this band, don't sleep on them!

Meraki Minds

Review

50

'Precipice' is a beautiful marriage of chorus saturated guitars and silky femme-tastic dual vocals- a jangly indie rock anthem to bop your head to on a coastal road trip with your best friend. Meraki is on our minds. xx

'Precipice' is a beautiful marriage of chorus saturated guitars and silky femme-tastic dual vocals- a jangly indie rock anthem to bop your head to on a coastal road trip with your best friend. Meraki is on our minds. xx