Blooming Folk
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Blooming Folk

Get ready for a wonderful evening full of dreamy blooming folk.

With Renée Spijker, Isabel Rumble and OHKABE.

Renée Spijker’s music is like a dreamy, ethereal portal that invites the listener into a world of emotional depth and complexity. Growing up in a musically immersed environment in a small Dutch town, she nurtured her passion for music and storytelling from a young age. Her love and dedication for music only grew stronger, as she pursued a degree in anthropology, which further enriched her understanding of human emotions and experiences. After completing her studies, Spijker moved to Naarm / Melbourne to chase her dreams of a musical career. Her journey into uncharted territory only serves as a testament to her resilience and drive to make her mark in the music industry. Through her music, Spijker creates an alluring, empowering soundscape that takes the listener on a journey of self-discovery, an experience that leaves you feeling both lost and found all at once. Her music is a reminder that we are all living through a different lens and that our individual experiences, no matter how big or small, are equally important and valid.

Renée is gearing up to release her second single, “Without A Sound,” from her upcoming EP in late July. Her debut EP, featuring collaborations with Tim Bettinson (Vancouver Sleep Clinic) and Luke Jenkins, is expected to drop by the end of 2023. Sparking interest from fans of Daughter, Fink and RY X.

Isabel Rumble

Indulge in the introspective world of Tasmanian indie-folk singer-songwriter Isabel Rumble. Her music explores the nuances of love, nature, and human connections, enveloping listeners in a captivating cocoon. With a strong folk roots influence, Rumble’s contemporary sound draws comparisons to artists like Laura Marling and Mazzy Star. She recently released her debut album, “Bird Be Brave,” on March 31st, which has gained significant national radio play and accompanied her first interstate tour. Produced by Tasmanian producer Luke Plumb (known for his work with The Mae Trio and Ruth Hazleton), the album stands as a powerful introduction to one of Australia’s emerging contemporary folk voices.

OHKABE

Breaking musical boundaries, OHKABE mesmerizes audiences with his exceptional ability to blend genres. Originally from Vancouver and currently based in Melbourne, he concocts a delectable sonic smoothie that effortlessly fuses elements of indie pop, hip-hop beats, and the raw energy of rock ‘n’ roll. The result is a sonic experience that leaves you craving more.

10.00PM – Renée Spijker
9.00PM – Isabel Rumble
8.00PM – Ohkabe

Don’t forget to bring your favourite flower!