The Big Splash Band Comp is on again, here are your 32 competitors

The Big Splash Band Comp is on again, here are your 32 competitors

$10,000 big ones on offer to the winning act!

The Big Splash band competition shall celebrate its 4th year of existence in 2016 - offering the opportunity for emerging bands within WA to score themselves $10,000 big ones to help and assist themselves in pursuing their musical career. All thanks to The Big Splash Band Comp Founder and Perth’s number one rock and roll endorser, Maria Florides (LEGEND). Over 540 bands have now been apart of the action over the three previous years, and the bunch below can now be added to the list:

Beni Bjah

Casinodreams

Cloning The Mammoth

Deli Days

Figurehead

Filthy Apes

Fine Court

Girl York

Goongey

Helmet

High Horse

Llamahead

Hip Priest

MOANA

Iceage Sugar

Jack The Sloth

James Dylan & The Sad Men

Kallan Phillips

Kimura

Kopano

Lucy Peach

Moistoyster

Moon Puppy Blues Band

Mung Dalh

Odlaw

Pool Boy

POW! Negro

Segue Safari

The Honourable Schoolboys

The Limbs

Crystal Moth

Whails

+ 8 Supplementaries

Hannah Smillie

Jacob Wylde

Late Night Hysterics

Black Stone From The Sun

Hindley

More Options

Tecumseth

The Chlorines

2015 was the biggest year of Big Splash yet, with more punter and industry figureheads getting behind the competition than ever before. Making for this snowball of emerging WA talent consistently growing into 2016, check the important dates below, and you can also get along to a meet and greet with the 32 competing bands at Mojos on Thursday 17 June - details HERE.

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