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HATCHED Series #3 - Jelly Oshen w/ Alinta. and Alf the Great

Where: Junk Bar, 215 Waterworks Rd, Ashgrove, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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Join us in Junk Bar's intimate Skukum Lounge for a night of discovery and captivation!

The 20yo indie/bedroom pop artist Jelly Oshen is coming all the way from Cairns to drop his seventh single 'All Alone', bringing his trademark laid-back R&B-tinged indie-pop groove direct to your ears. His lyrics are stickier than honey, and you'll be transfixed by his lo-fi style and clean production - think Ed Sheeran and Bruno Mars jamming with Frank Ocean... add a little island flava and you get Jelly Oshen!

Alinta is a First Nations woman with her roots planted in Meanjin, and a sound of Hypnotik Majik. Let yourself be transported to your happy place in the presence of her eclectic blend of reggae, roots, soul, and funk. Alinta's stories, weaved through lyrical poetry and catchy melody, are bound to nourish your soul.

Alf the Great builds his style around acoustic instrumentation, semi-synthetic sounds, and arpeggiated melodies. As a proud Kalkadungu man of Mt. Isa he also draws musical inspiration from the customs and people of his culture, most notably his uncle William Barton. Join Alf as he highlights the experiences that encourage the transition between conformity and self-identity.

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