BIGSOUND establish the next generation with second lineup announcement

BIGSOUND establish the next generation with second lineup announcement

After introducing us to the cream of the crop with their first announce last month, they've doubled down with even better names.

It's no secret that BIGSOUND is a big thing for any Australian musician finding their ropes in our local music circuit, often platforming unexpected heroes and transforming names from unknown to industry favourites with just one performance. Over the years, they've had everyone from Gang of Youths to Flume and RÜFÜS DU SOL, but in the last few years, BIGSOUND has seemingly become more on-trend than ever, predicting the next generation of Australian music and allowing them to showcase to an industry often left catching up to our endless bounds of talent. In 2019, this is quickly becoming true once again, with a first announcement of showcasing acts welcoming some big favourites to the BIGSOUND alumni - Approachable Members Of Your Local Community, Bad//Dreems, Electric Fields, Hemm, Johnny Hunter, LOSER, Love Deluxe, Mickey Kojak, Milan Ring, NERVE, Raj Mahal, Stevan, Tasman Keith, Tones and I, Wolfjay and yergurl leading the pack, as well as a bunch of West Australian favourites in Butter, Dulcie, Flossy, Lucy Peach, Reija Lee, Spacey Jane and ZĀN.

Today, comes the second round of artists announced to showcase at BIGSOUND 2019 and with it, a second round of suggestions of who's one to watch over the next twelve months - if you aren't already. There's a bunch of names that should be already familiar - Adrian Eagle, Fergus James, imbi the girl, Japanese Wallpaper, Mojo Juju, Oh Boy, These New South Wales - plus a bunch of Pilerats favourites we've really come to love over the years, including Cry Club (who were one of our favourites from BIGSOUND 2018), Greta Stanley, Huntly, Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks, Jeida Woods, LALKA, Lil Spacely, Luboku, Nancie Schipper, Noah Dillon, SUPEREGO, upsidedownhead and more.

Together, they form 147 names who are without a doubt the best Australian music's future has to offer as it stands, and we're damn excited. BIGSOUND 2019 takes place across Brisbane's Fortitude Valley this September 3 to 6. For more information and tickets, head HERE.

BIGSOUND 2019 Full Lineup: 

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Adrian Eagle
Ainsley Farrell
Alana Jagt
Aphir

Approachable Members Of Your Local Community

Aquila Young
Bad//Dreems
Bakers Eddy
Being Jane Lane
Black Rock Band
Bobby Alu
Boy Azooga
Butter
Butternut Sweetheart
CHAII
Chakra Efendi
City Rose
Close Counters
Concrete Surfers
Creed tha Kid
Cry Club
darvid thor
Deline Briscoe
Dianas
Dream Coast
DREGG
DRMNGNOW
Dulcie
DVNA
EGOISM
Electric Fields
Fan Girl
Fergus James
First Beige
Fletcher Gull
Flossy
Freedom Of Fear
FRITZ
Future Haunts
GAUCI
Gordon Koang
Greta Stanley
Hannah Blackburn

Harlequin Gold (CAN)
Hemm
Holiday Party
Hooligan Hefs
Hope D
Huntly
imbi the girl
Ivey

Jack Davies and The Bush Chooks
Jaguar Jonze
Japanese Wallpaper
Jeida Woods
Jon Bryant (CAN)
Johnny Hunter
Kat Edwards
Kitschen Boy
Kobie Dee
Kymie
LÂLKA
Laura Imbruglia
Lauren.
Leonie Kingdom
Lil Spacely
Little Quirks
Lo!
LOSER
Louis Baker
Love Deluxe
Luboku
Lucy Peach
Mambali
Marco
Mariam Sawires
Mermaidens
Mickey Kojak
micra
MID CITY
Miiesha
Milan Ring
Mojo Juju
murmurmur
Nancie Schipper
Nerve
NETTI
Noah Dillon

Obscura Hail
Oh Boy
Outright
Ozi Jarel
Party Dozen
Penelope Two-Five
PINCH POINTS
Polythought
POPPONGENE
Private Function
P-UniQue
Raj Mahal
Rebecca Hatch
RedHook
Reija Lee
Reliqa
Renee Lamoureux (CAN)
RINI

Royal And The Southern Echo
Ruby Gilbert
Ryan Fennis
Saint Lane
Savage The Girl
SCABZ
Seaside
Serina Pech
Shady Nasty
Snotty Nose Rez Kids (CAN)
Spacey Jane
Stellie
Stevan
Sunbeam Sound Machine
SUPEREGO
Sycco
Tasman Keith
Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers

Temgazi
The Buoys
THE DEAD LOVE
The Gloom In The Corner
The Lazy Eyes
The Money War
These New South Whales
Tobacco Rat
Tones And I

TOWNS
Twin Flames (CAN)
upsidedownhead
Wither
Wolfjay
Wreath
yergurl
ZĀN

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