Secret Sounds presents
SOUNDS GOOD FEAT. THE AMAZONS, BOY AZOOGA & FRITZ
An Irregular Showcase of New Music
We are super stoked to announce the first of several very special showcases aimed at hand-picking international and local talent for curious eyes and ears, Sounds Good.
These parties will provide a golden opportunity to feast on some of the finest breaking touring talent available in one convenient sitting, beginning with a bang at this year’s BigSound Festival and continuing to the much-loved Oxford Art Factory in Sydney and Howler in Melbourne.
The first instalment of Sounds Good will feature two UK acts poised for big things in 2020, The Amazons and Boy Azooga with AUS newcomer FRITZ.
Touring on the back of their recently released sophomore album Future Dust and capping off a whirlwind year filled with chart domination, ubiquitous radio love and more shows that you can shake a vine leaf at, English rockers The Amazons are set to detonate.
The Amazons will hit BigSound as one of the festival’s most anticipated international artists so it’s great news that punters in Sydney and Melbourne will also have the chance to check out stompers like ‘Doubt It’, ‘Mother’ and ‘25’ at these very special shows.
Also visiting from the motherland and joining in on the fun will be eclectic instigator Boy Azooga. Named from a Little Rascals chant and embodying the curious spirit of that film, this project is piloted by songwriter / drummer / maraca master Davey Newington.
Visiting Australia for the first time, Boy Azooga has recently crystallized his efforts into band-form by adding chums Sam Barnes on bass, Dylan Morgan on keys and Dafydd Davies on drums.
Joining The Amazons and Boy Azooga for all three shows is DIY-till-you-die Newcastle local FRITZ (aka Tilly Murphy). At only 19-years-old, FRITZ has been described as the self-aware teen making sunny/sad surf rock. Her latest single ‘Jan 1’ is a cathartic hit is the second offering for the year after successful appearances at Austin’s SXSW and multiple Australian festival appearances.
Thu 17 Sep 2020, 7.30pm | Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
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