Harmon, Mufaro & Rob Knaggs
Some of our local faves are getting together for a collision of eclectic goodness all under the one roof.
HARMON is an up and coming Producer/Songwriter with an upbeat rock-pop style. Growing up with instruments in hand, Harmon has spent two years developing this project in a home studio, making his radio debut on Triple J at the age of just 17 with his track ‘NERVE’.
Hailing from Harare, Zimbabwe, Mufaro is a Brisbane based R&B/Soul and Jazz hybrid. Having moved to Australia at the young age of 9, Mufaro had been passionate about music and singing and took every opportunity and competition that came his way. He grew up listening to R&B legends such as R.Kelly and Usher, as well as musical queen Beyonce and hip-hop icons Eminem, Lil Wayne and Jay-Z.
Inspired by the work and artistry of the musicians he grew up to and others such as Erykah Badu and D’Angelo, Mufaro is blessed with the natural ability to draw influence from his inspirations in music, allowing him to transcend genres, as demonstratd in his EPs ‘Unbreakable’ (2017) and, most recently, ‘Closer’ (2018). Having delved in the worlds of rap and music theatre, Mufaro has found his natural calling to creating music with a mix of R&B, Soul and Jazz vibes and aims to bring a new wave of music to the industry.
Starting his 2019 showcasing to a 13,000 strong crowd at Woodford Folk Festival’s Amphitheatre and a sold out show at Junk Bar, cellist Rob Knaggs’ live performance is fast gaining a reputation with audiences for being evocative, emotive, and enchanting. After another two years braving the harsh Canadian winters in Manitoba, Rob Knaggs is back in Australia for a run of shows with his new EP, Foreshore. Recorded in Winnipeg and mastered by Birgir Jon Birgisson of Sigur Ros’ home studio Sundlaugin, Foreshore is a continuation of Rob’s cello driven compositions that are equal parts cinematic soundtrack and post rock. Taking influence from the ethereality of Bjork and the epic orchestrations of Arcade Fire, Knaggs runs his cello through an array of effects and loop stations to compose his spine-tingling works.
For only $5!!
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