Provocative, soul feeding, stimulating and certainly dance urging – BFS takes you on an epic journey with their power fusion of World Music.
For millennia Australia’s cultural heartbeat has been powered by music. Emily Wurramara is driven by passion for culture heard through every beat and skip of her deeply engaging and personal songs sung in both English and Anindilyakwa, the traditional language of her home, Groote Eylandt in the Northern Territory.
With national airplay on ABC local and Triple J, Emily has performed across the country and at festivals including Gaarma, Woodford Folk Festival, Island Vibes, Bellingen Turtle Fest, etc; with a couple of Queensland Music Award nominations and Triple J Unearthed showcase at Big Sound.
Luscious three-part harmonies and upbeat violin solos amalgamate and combine to create Belgrade’s signature gypsy folk sound.
Creating with nature to make Earth Friendly Art
West Australian Musician Beni Bjah won the 2015/16 WAM Song Of The Year Award with his song ‘Survivor’ holding the coveted Grand Prize, the win marking a significant moment in the competition’s history, with Beni being the first-ever Indigenous artist to take the peak honours