Yours & Owls presents
NG Hottest 100 Party w/ Body Type // Lil Spacely // Ethanol Blend // Bedroom Blueprint
Due to be another BIG Long Weekend at North Wollongong Hotel, Yours & Owls presents the absolute hottest, Hottest 100 Party in the Illawarra.
Welcoming very special guests:
- Body Type
Body Type are a garage pop group based in Sydney, Australia. Sophie McComish (guitar, vocals), Cecil Coleman (drums) and Georgia Wilkinson-Derums (bass, vocals) hail from Western Australia, while Annabel Blackman (guitar, vocals) is from the opposite side of Australia's coastline in New South Wales, but by some great stroke of luck they all relocated to Sydney for hopes, dreams and full-time jobs. What began as a jam session between Sophie and Cecil gained momentum with the addition of wildcards Annabel and Georgia, and the group released their first single 'Ludlow' in 2016, which was recorded in an attic on borrowed gear by Nathalie Pavlovic.
2018 saw the release of the group's eponymous EP through Inertia Music and Partisan Records. Body Type's second EP followed in 2019, aptly titled 'EP2'.
- Lil Spacely
Hailing from Western Sydney, Lil Spacely is an up and coming hip hop prodigy. His most recent performances have included FOMO Festival alongside names like Post Malone, SZA, and Listen Out featuring Asap Rocky and Skepta. As well as appearing all over Australia amongst artists like Camouflage Rose, Complex Australia and performing at Rolling Loud with Manu Crooks. Lil Spacely stays hard at work in the studio as well, in the past year he's been part of releasing singles like Dopeboy, Code#, You Know It, and more recently - Don't Approach, which was premiered by Zane Lowe on Apple Beats 1 in November 2018. Keeping the pace quick alongside Kwame, The Kid Laroi, who are featured as apart of The New Australia presented by Briggs (AB Original). Additionally picking up the features on Manu Crooks track for Best Years that has over 1.8 M streams on Spotify. You Know It, caught the attention of legendary New York radio personality Ebro Darden, who proceeded to spin the heavy-hitting anthem on Beats1 radio. In addition to the global Beats1 spin, the West Sydney product also found himself amassing over half-a-million streams online off the back of just two releases. He's been a staple of Spotify playlists like A1 Hip Hop (alongside ABWAH, Meek Mill, Travis Scott) and All Aussie Hip Hop. Having multiple singles released via MTV Australia, 2019 is shaping up to be a big year with the release of OH NO!, My Wave featuring Rose Goldd, and Rolling Stone featuring Paris Lawerence.
- Ethanol Blend
Ethanol Blend started off as the solo project of South Australian local Jack Stokes aka Slippery Sloth. The project has now ripened into a band dynamic with good friends Dale, Zack and Alex. The band takes influence from range of different genres and bands such as The Smiths, DIIV, Rolling Blackout Coastal Fever and Beach Fossils.
'The Blend Part 1.' is the first selection of songs from their debut LP. The album consists of nine tracks all written, recorded and produced in Jack's home studio in Port Noarlunga, South Australia.
The band have supported the likes of Skegss, Pist Idiots and Ruby Fields in the last six months and have just finished their first run of shows up the east coast of Australia.
'Tongue & Cheek' is the first single off their upcoming second album. The song see's a slight change in sound and tempo, whilst maintaining the essence of DYI recording. 'The Blend Part 2.' will be out later this year.
- Bedroom Blueprint
Hello, I'm Hannah Tregret (Bedroom Blueprint). I hope the music I create makes you feel something in your body. Something nice