Proudly brought to you by SEED and The Argus, VISUAL RHYTHM will feature live performances by SEED artists Josh King, MØNIQUE, ROYES and SEYKA as well as a preview of the Limelight exhibit by The Argus.
If John Mayer, Jason Mraz, and Ed Sheeran walked into a bar, and started jamming, it'd sound a lot like Josh King. Hailing from the Gold Coast, Josh combines a unique blues/pop sensibility, with the ability of modern folk story-telling, allowing him to standalone from the many artists of today’s scene.
Daring. Honest. Compelling. Brisbane based MØNIQUE is a newcomer to the alternative-pop scene. Influenced by a wide array of sounds, her creative undertone is a refreshing, fearless and genuine take on pop music. Radiating a bold warmth that introduces you to a world of sincere storytelling, MØNIQUE is sure to take you on a journey.
Gold Coast-dwelling artist ROYES is an enigmatic soul. She has an honesty to her performances that magnetises. Inspired by Nothing But Thieves, Jeff Buckley and Angus & Julia Stone, the 19 year old artist’s lyrics will have you pondering life's greatest mysteries and dreaming of faraway lands.
With vocals that range from powerful to delicate, driven guitars and thought-provoking lyrics, SEYKA is a force of nature. The culmination of years of development and experimentation in performance and songwriting, SEYKA is the new music project by Kasey Thompson. With rock and country influences, the young pop artist has already traversed Australia, performing at many popular venues and festivals.
The Argus have collected the stories of society and are putting them in the limelight to be shared and explored at Miami Marketta. This exhibition is a moment to reflect on our contemporary world and the beings connected in it. Where have they come from, what are they doing now and what will they leave behind?
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