A Yorta Yorta man from Echuca, Benny Walker is the real deal and a star in the making.
Chloe Turner is a founding board member of LISTEN, co-founder and director of affiliated record label LISTEN Records and full-time Program Administrator for Creative Partnerships Australia.
Chris Pickering has had a deceptively long journey through life as a musician and songwriter
Glenn Dickie joined SOUNDS AUSTRALIA as Export Music Producer in early 2013, after spending more than a decade at Melbourne’s 3Triple R FM and another at EMI Music working across A&R, promotions and marketing (working with artists such as Katy Perry, Lily Allen, You Am I and Sigur Ros).
Hugh McClure is a co-owner of Melbourne-based music company Good Manners, which has been running for 3 years.
Jas has worked in various capacities within the music industry, notably supporting early at radio/booking early shows for the likes D.D Dumbo and Methyl Ethel.
Jess Ribeiro’s songs are cinematic in scope: it’s music that travels, across deserts like a Western, through city streets like Film Noir. Narrative and poetic, Ribeiro’s lyrics are rhythmic and evocative, conjuring images that are dimly-lit, but nonetheless electric. Jess’s debut album Kill It Yourself was produced by Mick Harvey, a founding member of The Birthday Party and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, whose production for PJ Harvey drew Ribeiro’s attention and admiration.
Jonathan Williamson has worked in the music industry for over 20 years including stints as a Marketing Director at Sony Music, manager of rock band Something for Kate, a grants and policy manager in the State Government and now works as a commercial lawyer.
Kirsty Rivers is the Manager, Contemporary Music at Creative Victoria where she work to develop and support contemporary music through the $12.2 million Music Works funding initiative.
Lorrae has been an active part of the Australian music industry for the past 12 years working in a range of varying roles
For ten years, Maddy Mac has been passionately broadcasting Australian music with PBS 106.7FM.
Moira is a Senior Associate at Sanicki Lawyers and specialises in entertainment and intellectual property law.
Simon is the singer and key writer for Melbourne soul band 'the Meltdown' (Self titled record out now through Hopestreet records)
Simon Moro is a music producer, mixer & mastering engineer, who started his professional career in 2000.
Zimbabwean own singer-songwriter Thando oozes passion as a storyteller and takes her audiences on a personal journey of loving