Blame it on coincidence, blame it on professional people finding the perfect support artists, either way, having BUOY and Fortunes joining English singer/songwriter Låpsley in Sydney and Melbourne, respectively, is flawless.
Nineteen-year-old producer, Låpsley, stirs a gorgeous cocktail of pop-electronica and crispy R&B beats, mixed with huge driving synths and meticulous production levels. She resembles the soul of Amy Winehouse and the range and pain of Adele and her onstage predecessors will not disappoint.
Warming-up the Oxford Art Factory is Sydney’s very own, BUOY, aka Charmian Kingston. Like a deep breathe of fresh air, the ethereal-pop artist is quickly making waves in Australia’s electronic music scene. Her live shows of intricately layered piano and vocals woven into synths and percussion create an extraordinary tapestry of complex and exhilarating sounds.
Melbourne m8s, if you’re heading to the (officially sold-out) gig at Howler, you’ll catch Fortunes, the New Zealand born Melbourne-based duo that have rapidly developed some major community love. Their EP Jacket is a sweet collection of soul soaked jams, dripping with sultry R&B vocals and vivid electronic beats.
The vibe is going to be next level at these shows. Sydney friends, don’t miss out.