BIGSOUND announces their 15th anniversary lineup and it is massive

BIGSOUND announces their 15th anniversary lineup and it is massive

Sampa the Great, Hideous Sun Demon and Tiny Little Houses among huge names on first announcement.

The unveiling of BIGSOUND's fifteenth anniversary festival lineup today highlights the incredibly bright future of Australian music, with some of our most promising up and coming acts heading the three days of festivities. With names like Sampa the Great, Alex Lahey, West Thebarton Brothel Party, Tigertown, Mossy, LANKS, Tiny Little Houses, Totally Unicorn and Perth favourites Hideous Sun Demon all among the 150 acts on the lineup; BIGSOUND offers something for even the fussiest of music enthusiasts. This year also sees international artists NAATIONS, Fazerdaze, Groeni, Prateek Kuhad and Yung Tapz hitting the stage, as further proof that BIGSOUND is the Southern Hemisphere's biggest global music marketplace. Get tickets to BIGSOUND Festival HERE.

BIGSOUND conference (running across the same dates) will also host some impressive international names who will be checking out the talent on offer, including UNIFIED's Jaddan Comerford, Universal Publishing's Taylor Testa, music supervisor Marcy Bulkeley (Independence Day 2, Jurassic World), as well as agents from New York institution The Bowery, German metal agency Avacado Booking and London's ATC Live.

See the full BIGSOUND festival and conference lineups below and check out the full website HERE.

BIGSOUND Festival Lineup

30/70 (AUS)


Ainslie Wills (AUS)

Alex Lahey (AUS)

Alice Ivy (AUS)

Allan Smithy (AUS)

Andrew Tuttle (AUS)

Australia (AUS)

B Wise (AUS)


Bec Sandridge (AUS)


Birdz (AUS)

Braille Face (AUS)

Broadway Sounds (AUS)

Chronolyth (AUS)

Circles (AUS)

Clairy Browne (AUS)

Coda Conduct (AUS)

Columbus (AUS)

Confidence Man (AUS)


Fait (AUS)

Fascinator (AUS)

Fazerdaze (NZ)




Fountaineer (AUS)

Fractures (AUS)

Gabriella Cohen (AUS)

Gideon Bensen (AUS)


Good Boy (AUS)

Gregor (AUS)

Groeni (NZ)


Heads Of Charm (AUS)

Hideous Sun Demon (AUS)

Hot Spoke (AUS)

Huntly (AUS)

Ivan Ooze (AUS)

Jack Grace (AUS)

Jakubi (AUS)

Jarrow (AUS)

King Social (AUS)



Leah Senior (AUS)

Loose Tooth (AUS)

Luke Daniel Peacock (AUS)

Mere Women (AUS)

Middle Kids (AUS)

Mosquito Coast (AUS)



Naked (AUS)

Oh Pep! (AUS)

Olympia (AUS)


Prateek Kuhad (INDIA)


Raised By Eagles (AUS)

Rat & Co (AUS)

Ribongia (AUS)

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (AUS)

Rolls Bayce (AUS)

Sampa The Great (AUS)

Sarah Connor (AUS)

Selahphonic (AUS)

Shining Bird (AUS)


Sydonia (AUS)

Tapestry (AUS)

Tash Sultana (AUS)

Telling (AUS)

Terrible Truths (AUS)

The Outdoor Type (AUS)

These New South Whales (AUS)

Thigh Master (AUS)

Tigertown (AUS)

Tinpan Orange (AUS)

Tiny Little Houses (AUS)

Totally Mild (AUS)

Totally Unicorn (AUS)

Unity Floors (AUS)


West Thebarton Brothel Party (AUS)

Young Tapz (NZ)



Jaddan Comerford  –  UNIFIED (AUS) – Keynote

A.B. Original (Briggs & Trials) (AUS) – Keynote

Matt Ash - Raw Power Management (USA)

Alex Becket  –  Creative Artists Agency (USA)

Alex Bruford – ATC Live (UK)

Marcy Bulkely  – Wild Card AV (USA)

Laura Byrne  – Made In Katana / The Scouted (AUS)

Jon Coombs  – Secretly Publishing (USA)

Dana Erickson  – Grandstand Media & Management (USA)

Emmy Feldman  – Canvasback (USA)

Jane Blondel – Songs For Children (Hong Kong)

Sebastian Freed  – The Bowery Presents (USA)

Alastair Green  – Maker (AUS)

Lawson Higgins  – The Royalty Network, Inc (USA)

Zac Ives  –  Goner Records (USA)

Jeremy Maciak  – Vagrant Records / BMG (USA) 

Lindsay McDougall (AUS)

Dean Ormston  – APRA AMCOS (AUS)

Jim Pitt  –  Conan (USA)

Josh Roth  –  Superfly (USA)

Katie Rynne  –  Select Music (AUS)

Jon Salter  –  ATO Records (USA)

Jackie Shuman  –  Good Ear Music Supervision (USA)

Chris Swanson  –  Secretly Group (USA)

Edwin Tehrani  –  New World Artists (AUS)

Taylor Testa  –  Universal Music Publishing Group (USA)

Roman Trystram  –  Creative Artists Agency (UK)

Marco Walzel  –  Avocado Booking (GER)

Tom Wironen  –  Post Hoc Management (USA)


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