Garage Bands – Stage Two
Young, new and emerging artists and bands will be given the chance to perform to the White Night crowds down at the Geelong foreshore’s Steampacket Gardens. This is your chance to see Geelong’s newest aspiring bands and maybe catch a glimpse of the next big thing in the process.
An all-female trio united by a mutual interest in both stagediving and making their mums proud, Hey Mammoth offers a combo of acoustic, folky original sounds sprinkled with edgy harmonies and lyrics that make you have a good think and a good laugh.
Restless Natives is an energised, upbeat rock band packing a raw, stripped-back creative talent that is both refreshing and catchy.
Rach Brennan & The Pines
Rach Brennan & The Pines sing of friendship, innocence and the unabashed naivety of falling in and out of love.
Spoonbill is a restless sonic author constantly defying genres and experimenting with the potential of the vast sonic canvas.
Gymnastics in the Seventies
Vibrant indie rock/pop outfit Gymnastics in the Seventies deliver an infectious indie pop and rock energy, drawing inspirations from Foals, Ball Park Music and Bombay Bicycle Club.
Fans of psych rock and shoegaze will dig the wall of kaleidoscopic fuzz produced by this Geelong band.
Izzy Losi & The Auracles
Alt-rocker Izzy Losi’s musical style employs a sense of haunting motion, dissonance and melodrama. She is a front woman to watch, with layered, alt-indie songwriting, and a richly powerful voice supported by her piano and her gang’s bedrock accompaniment.