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This special Fed Live has been curated by independent Melbourne label Hunnydew Recordings. Expect heart-holding lyrics, intricate harmonies, soaring melodies and vocals – and some of Australia’s best up-and-coming indie-pop artists. Featuring dreamy synth-pop outfit, Grazer; indie darling Chris Lanzon, with his vocals wrought from pure heartbreak; woozy-sweet summertime RnB-pop prodigy, Stevan – and Hunnydew-signed headliner and soulful powerhouse, Eliott.
This will be a ride.
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Grazer is the musical venture of Melbourne couple, Mollie and Matt, whose backgrounds in painting, photography and poetry inform their focused sound – a dreamy amalgam of 80s Britpop and 90s Shoegaze. Formed in late 2019, Grazer has begun to establish themselves in Melbourne’s rich DIY scene. The band made the most of the lockdown period by bunkering down in a Carlton basement to self-record their first EP and early singles “Fever Dream” and “Joe’s Sad Song,” which were later produced by fellow Australian Rob Wolfe.
As a 19-year-old multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer-songwriter with a discography that spans multiple genres, it’s clear that Stevan is unlike many other Australian teen musicians. On a surface level, the Wollongong musician’s work unites the grooves and rich percussion of hip-hop and R&B with mannerisms taken from elsewhere; an intertwining of genres and sounds that makes Stevan’s work distinct, and unique to himself.
Rising singer-songwriter and producer Chris Lanzon is quickly making a name for himself with memorable songs full of raw emotion, introspective yet relatable experiences, and comforting vulnerability. Chris started 2021 with a bang with his stripped back cover of ‘Iris’ amassing over 1M views on TikTok in January. The artist has most recently released his sophomore EP Far From Perfect, building out the world for the fans who have been such an integral part of his story so far.
If there’s one thing Eliott should be known for, it’s her ability to tell a story. Born in regional Victoria and now living in Melbourne, the 23-year-old musician has always had songwriting and lyricism at the forefront of her sound. As a teenager, Eliott and her guitar were already exploring the complexities of adolescence through entirely original music, and at 21, her debut EP Bold Enough built itself around a similar sense of turmoil, likewise the few singles that have come out since: ‘Shaking My Hips’ and ‘Find A Way’.