Melbourne’s very own access consultancy, Tibi Access is proud to announce Tibi Agency, a leading booking agency in the entertainment industry, that aims to empower and promote musicians with disabilities. This new initiative is set to revolutionise the industry by providing equal opportunities, representation, and access to talent for artists with disabilities.
Rising Melbourne R&B artist-producer superstar R.em.edy burst onto the Australian music scene in late 2019, quickly becoming known for her powerful voice, intimate lyricism and impressive production chops. Her songwriting stems from her own life experiences, employing emotional vulnerability and honesty to discuss topics such as feminism, ableism, relationships and heartbreak as well as self love and individuality.
After accruing over 700,000 streams across her young career and receiving placement on some of the most prestigious editorial playlists, being named as one of Cool Accidents Artists To Watch in 2022, getting shortlisted for Acclaim All Stars 2022 as well as achieving Triple J and FBi Radio airplay, she recently released her debut EP Last Summer, eclipsing 100,000 streams on the project in just over a month and attaining NME Australia, Musicfeeds, Triple J and Acclaim coverage for the release.
A First Nations artist originating from Fiji, VOLI has called Australian home since a young age. He’s faced some life challenges - born albino & termed legally blind, but the physical insecurities around his identity would eventually become his super power.
Whilst temporarily lost, VOLI was found emotionally through his early exposure to soul and gospel influences … the kid drummer connecting within his community church. VOLI has collaborated with some great producers including Jerome Farah (Baker Boy, Tash Sultana, Kian, Tones & I), Cyrus Villanueva (CXLOE, Client Liaison) and the legendary Charles Fisher (Savage Garden, Hoodoo Gurus).
When Mathilde Anne tells her story, you know she’s speaking for you too. Whether in haunting beauty, or lyrically shooting from the hip, Mathilde speaks her mind. Wildly writing from personal experience and feeling, her sights are always set on offering a sense of understanding and representation.
Mathilde has amassed fierce inspiration from the likes of modern artists Lorde, Sir Chloe and Arctic Monkeys, as well as all-time legends Amy Winehouse, Otis Redding, and The Rolling Stones. Growing up in a musical household means her limbs and soul are now deeply rooted in music of all genres and timelines.
Saint Ergo is a post genre music project that at their core is a deep desire to connect people to their best possible life.
Joanna is the creative hand behind Saint Ergo, guiding this inclusive musical project, one which attempts to go deeper and explore the intersection, the connection of us, where love and life are found.
Stylistically there has always been a desire to combine all the elements of Saint Ergo’s work as a songwriter, performer, producer, arranger and engineer with elements of folk, classical,
jazz, rock and pop. The common thread has always been about connection and the struggle for relevance as a creative human entity within society.
Saint Ergo is an entity, a construction, a symbolic artistic expression investigating gender, sexuality, spirituality, grief and happiness. A human experience living with mental illness and neuro-diversity.
Littered with bruised optimism over a mural coloured by dreamy indie-rock, Sammm. draws melancholic sentiments from growing up and times of intense heartbreak.
Sammm. blends lucid indie-rock tones with his angsty, yet elegantly restrained vocal tone and accent which over the years has been moulded from his punk influences.