Contemporary Music

Ebony Bones


Sun 16 Feb 2014

 Supported by Remi

Whether on stage or in the studio, Ebony Bones is set to be a major player for years to come. NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO (USA)

The boundary-breaking Ebony Bones developed a love for music at an early age, with her musical education beginning in her father's music stall in London’s Brixton Market, and her varied influences, from Brian Eno to Public Enemy, have helped sculpt an extraordinary fusion of infectious presence, immense talent and magnetic style. Ebony Bones’ unique swagger and fearless vocals will leave you buzzing. Swelling orchestral strings, arresting vocal loops and electronic pulses paint the scene. This will be a performance of visceral energy.

Really, really great stuff. Remi’s got his own sound going on, and the production is fresh and interesting. DOM ALESSIO, TRIPLE J

Melbourne Hip Hop Artist Remi Kolawole sports a unique style, rhythmic flow and a straight up delivery. He has been a busy man. Last year, his monster tune Sangria received full rotation on Triple J and over 30,000 YouTube views in a matter of months, and 2014 will see him continue to make waves. Remiis one refreshing, gifted, forward thinking talent to watch.

Set times:
8pm: Remi
9.15pm: Ebony Bones

                                                                               Listen on Spotify  

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Sun 16 Feb 2014
Chevron Festival Gardens

Sun 16 Feb, 8pm


Standard $45
Friends $40

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