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The More I Think About It, The Bigger It Gets

A feminist multi-arts pop up performance featuring live classical music and sound art.

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Airling

Local purveyor of dirt encrusted r’n’b, Airling is fast becoming one of the most talked about young artists in the Australian music industry with her own twist on modern pop music.

Music

10.00–10.45pm Carpark Stage

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Aquila Young

Ambient rock music takes shape through the powers of light and shade, visually representing the essence of her music.

Music

9.00–9.30pm Carpark Stage

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Fierce Mild

Fierce Mild form compelling songs speaking of the sinister and absurd. The narratives unfurl amidst rich soundscapes and intense visualisations.

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8.15–8.45pm Carpark Stage

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Quintessential Doll

Quintessential Doll combines brooding synths, glitchy beats and atmospheric strings with evocative poetry and visuals.

Music

7.30–8.00pm Carpark Stage

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Pontouf

Versatile and immersive, they have the capability to make you dance, contemplate life and dance again.

Music

5.30–6.00pm Carpark Stage

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Jouk Mistrow

Blur the lines between art and music. Don’t expect to be wooed with love songs; this is pseudo-nihilistic sound.

Music

4.30–5.00pm Carpark Stage

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Born Joy Dead

Formed by Ben Dalton (Hungry Kids of Hungary), Born Joy Dead exposes audiences to the experimental side of rock.

Music

10.30–11.00pm Carpark Stage

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Landings

Dynamic cohesion ignites with energy and intensity.

Music

9.45–10.15pm Carpark Stage

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Gravity Wing by Clio Em

A science fiction love story through a blend of folk, electronic and classical music intertwined with abstract imagery.

Music

9.00–9.30pm Carpark Stage

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Georgia Mae Featuring Katy McHugh Design

Lusty grooves, magnetic vibes and the delicious vocals of Georgia Mae are paired with the vibrant poetic visions of Katy McHugh Design. Katy McHugh will compile a video of different collage pieces, all original works, are made specifically for this event.

Music

8.15–8.45pm Carpark Stage

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The Community Pulse

Our community has a pulse that spans time and space. Tap into the history and present of this festival and venue.

Ideas

4.30–5.30pm Carpark Stage

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Surveillance Party (Sydney)

Surveillance Party is a digital record label and warehouse party crew based out of Sydney’s infamous cultural hub, Newtown.

Music

7.00–10.00pm The Basement

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Brendan Maclean (Sydney)

After traversing the globe alongside Marcia Hines in Velvet, spend an intimate moment with Brendan as he leaves you wondering just what each second of passing time and heart beat is worth.

Music

6.00–6.45pm Sue Benner Theatre

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Phoebe

Emotional, instinctive and honest – let Phoebe lull you into a peaceful serenity before breaking all the rules.

Music

3.30–4.00pm Carpark Stage

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Opaeka

A blind punch of intensity through mellow seas, an experimental electronic project that combines hip hop, folk and pop influences.

Music

2:45pm-3:15pm Carpark Stage

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Ella Fence

Introducing Cinematic Folk, the musical and visual that is Ella Fence, the front woman of her all female trio.

Music

2:45pm-3:15pm Carpark Stage

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Yóste

‘Yóste’ is the solo electronic project of 20-year-old Brisbane producer Kurt Sines.

Music

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Carpark Stage