Artists - MusicNSW

Jesse Witney

Jesse Witney is a Sydney-based musician originally from QLD, making heart-felt folk and roots music with passion, ingenuity and conviction. Witney is about to embark on a national tour for the release of his highly-anticipated EP ‘Be It’, so we decided to grab him for a quick chat to learn more about his inspirations, experiences and future aspirations. He also had some great

The Last Exposure

The Last Exposure are a four piece alternative rock band from Sydney who believe in equality and making things bigger and louder. Members Chelsea Barnes, Hayley Curran, Nathan McCulloch and Jake Doran met and formed whilst studying their music degrees at JMC Academy in Sydney. They are currently trying to find themselves a pedestal, through working

Jenny Broke The Window

Sydney group Jenny Broke The Window started off on the outskirts of Sydney with brothers Matt and Sam Lath, who have been writing together for 20 years. The duo were eventually joined by Matt McCaffrey (Bass), Todd Simpson (Percussion) and Joel van Gastel (Drums). They have been the main support for The Fratellis, on continuous triple

Charity-Rose Turner

Charity-Rose Turner is a drummer and singer/songwriter whose family background in music inspired her from a young age to pursue an ongoing career in music. Her light, accessible take on folk music has seen her top the triple j Unearthed charts with ‘Into The Stream’, a single from her last independently released EP. Following the

Monica Brooks

Sydney’s Monica Brooks has modelled sound works, compositions, and improvisations from piano, computer, field recordings, glasses, radio, and accordion. As a performer she has collaborated with various fabulous folks such as Jim Denley, Dale Gorfinkel, Herminone Johnson, Chris Abrahams, Robbie Avenaim, Kraig Grady, Richard Nuns, Eugene Chadbourne and Joe Talia. On May 23, Brooks will be performing


Pirra are a four-piece indie pop and roots band based in Sydney. The group are playing a gig tonight at Oxford Art Factory and playing this Sunday 10th May at the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy Concert so we grabbed band member Jess Beck for a quick chat!

Little May

Little May is a Sydney-based indie/folk band featuring Liz Drummond, Hannah Field & Annie Hamilton. In just 18 months this talented trio of songwriters and have acquired over one million Soundcloud plays and three million Spotify streams. Since releasing their debut single ‘Boardwalks’, the outfit have topped Hype Machine twice, sat comfortably in the Australian community


JuliaWhy? is a Sydney-based garage/punk three piece led by Riot Grrrl wannabe Julia Wylie. Julia also plays bass in The Cathys, plus sings/screams in Snotty Babies. Peter Beringer (drummer) also plays in punk outfit King Tears Mortuary, and Mathew Frederickson plays bass/guitar/back up vocals. Their first single ‘Just One Night’ won the 2014 triple j


Cheviot is the musical brainchild of friendly neighbours Matt and Sam. After years of collaboration in make-shift music spaces around their homes, they’ve decided it’s time to finally out themselves as a serious musical act, producing a wide-gamut of fresh sounds from alt. rock to synth pop. Cheviot also happens to be the name of


Sound designer, multi-instrumentalist Felipe Cea performing under the name of LIF, started his musical career as a member of an alternative band in mid 90s. Since then he has kept busy experimenting with sounds, adapting different musical styles and techniques which eventually led to the production of his own unique waves. He is currently signed