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Megan Washington. photo by Ros O'Gorman

Megan Washington. Photo by Ros O'Gorman.

Brisbane’s Bigsound Expands To 133 Artists

by Noise11.com on July 27, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Brisbane’s Bigsound music festival has upped its line-up to 133 acts.

Bigsound will play out over four nights across 18 venues in the city.

“The quality of new and Australian music is currently exemplified by how hard it was to choose these artists out of approximately 1070 applications,” said BIGSOUND Festival programmer Maggie Collins. “Every single artist on this lineup has something unique to showcase and to achieve. I’m frothing over these acts and can’t wait to show them off.”

Bigsound is on September 5-8 in Brisbane.

BIGSOUND FESTIVAL ARTIST ANNOUNCE

SECOND ANNOUNCE

Amyl and The Sniffers
Andy Golledge
Annie Bass
Ara Koufax
Ariela Jacobs
Belle Haven
Big White
Billy Davis and The Good Lords
BLESSED
Braille Face
Caiti Baker
Clea
Confidence Man
Cousin Tony’s Brand New Firebird
Cub Sport
DARTS
Deadlights
Dear Seattle
Didirri
Donald Hugh
Drown This City
Easy Life
Emerson Snowe
Evan Klar
Exhibitionist
Fierce Mild
friendships
Golden Vessel
Good Boy
HAMJAM
High-tails
jade imagine
Jess Riberio
Karl S. Williams
Laura Jean
Lupa J
Machine Age
Manu Crook$
Midas.Gold
MUTO
Nick Hill
Ocean Alley
Odette
OKENYO
Osaka Punch
Paddy McHugh
PLTS
Resin Moon
RVG
Scalphunter
sleepmakeswaves
Slow Dancer
Stella Donnelly
SUPER CRUEL
Taj Ralph
Teischa
Thandi Phoenix
The Beautiful Monument
The Comfort
The Harpoons
Tia Gostelow
Tom Stephens
Two Steps On The Water
Vandetta (SIN)
WAAX
Washington
WEST THEBARTON
WHARVES
Wild Honey
Yoko-Zuna (NZ)

ALREADY ANNOUNCED

Alex The Astronaut
Alexander Biggs
ALTA
Aurelia
Baker Boy
Bespin (NZ)
BOAT SHOW
Body Type
Brightness
Clowns
Daggy Man
Dobby
Donny Benét
Dream Rimmy
ELKI
Endless Heights
Fanny Lumsden
Good Morning
Haiku Hands
Hatchie
Hayden Calnin
Hockey Dad
Horace Bones
Introvert
Isabel
IV League
Jess Locke
Jim Lawrie
Joyride
Kardajala Kirridarra (Sandhill Women)
Kylie Auldist
Lonelyspeck
Maddy Jane
mama kin spender
Mammals
Mansionair
Maribelle
Merk (NZ)
Miss Blanks
nyck
Obscura Hail
OKBadlands
Pagan
Pandamic
Party Dozen
Peter Bibby
Polaris
Polographia
POW! Negro
RUBY FIELDS
Seavera
Sloan Peterson
Spirit Bunny
The Cactus Channel
The Creases
The Teskey Brothers
Tigerilla
TOTAL GIOVANNI
WHALEHOUSE
Willaris. K
Winston Surfshirt
Yoste
Ziggy Ramo

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