This April, 24 young creatives are set to rock the river city, with special live performances.
It’s all part of The QUBE Effect 2021 – an annual program which gives upcoming artists the chance to be mentored by some of the music industry’s best.
They will also get the chance to film their own music video and perform live at the Valley Mall on April 10 – all part of Brisbane’s Youth Week.
Artists can also win a number of awards or go on to perform at Splendour in the Grass, one Australia’s biggest music festivals.
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Here’s the full list of artists performing this year:
Allora – indie-rock, R&B, jazz
Amarri – rap
Chloe May – indie-folk, singer songwriter
Dancing Water – neo-soul, solo artist
Evangie – indie-rock
Evie – indie-pop
Flamingo Blonde – indie-pop
Hello Jane – indi-folk, storytellers
Isabel Wood – sad girl pop
Kai-Fi – electro, hip-hop, funk
Keely – neo-soul, R&B, modern jazz
Kevin Collett – singer songwriter
King Cortez – rock band
Lileth – neo-soul, hip-hop, jazz
Luate – alternative pop, singer songwriter
Nathan MT – indie-pop, live looping instrumentals
Nesby – hip-hop duo, jazz, experimental
Oh Bailey – synthetic, dream-pop
Sentiment – metal
Shruthi – singer songwriter
The Ancient Bloods – storytellers, political, cultural
Tripsitta – psychedelic, rock
Young Vizzy – rap, R&B, soul, hip-hop, storyteller
Zekiel – poetry, rap, hip-hop, trap-pop, storyteller