Shout out to Live Nation’s ONES TO WATCH for giving a stage to up-and-coming Aussie artists

Spotlight on Aussie Talent: Live Nation’s ‘Ones To Watch’ in Photos by Charlie Hardy

Live Nation Australia’s ONES TO WATCH Backed By VODAFONE series lit up Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Wednesday night, bringing together some seriously talented Aussie acts.

Adrian Dzvuke, the self-proclaimed “Afrobeat King of Australia,” kicked things off, and well and truly lived up to the hype, bringing a dose of West Coast mood to the stage.

Adrian Dzvuke ones to watch

His music is all about pure talent and catchy tunes, earning him spots at big festivals like Splendour in the Grass and BIGSOUND. The energy was through the roof during his incredible performance.

Adrian Dzvuke

Adrian Dzvuke

Chanel Loren, the R&B sensation from Sydney, brought the house down with her blend of British-Caribbean vibe and Aussie flavour.

Drawing inspiration from Jorja Smith and SZA, Loren’s sound is all about strength and confidence, refusing to stick to just one genre.

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chanel loren

chanel loren

Phebe Starr wrapped things up, with her cool indie-pop sound, giving off vibes like Lykke Li and Zara Larsson. The crowd couldn’t get enough of her unique style and killer stage presence.

phebe star

phebe star

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Guiding us through the night was Tait McGregor, the Gen Z voice of Aussie music media. With a clear passion for tunes, McGregor made sure the crowd was part of an unforgettable experience.

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A special nod to the lighting, which was striking and dope af, making the night even more unforgettable.

tait mcgregor ones to watch 2024

Shout out to ONES TO WATCH for giving a stage to up-and-coming artists.  Keep an eye out for the next one – you won’t want to miss the next big thing in Australian music!

All photos Charlie Hardy.