The Flumes

Eumundi Live welcomes The Flumes to the stage on February 23… Electric Harp pouring out psychedelic melodies over a stylin’ rhythm section, laced with soulful vocal and kicking out a lushly funky, dark and sparkling, intoxicating brew. Harpist Kayt Wallace immerses herself in 36 strings of Electric Harp, as her vocals sweep from whispers to

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Art Of Sleeping

Headlining our 23rd February event are Art of Sleeping, touring their new release, Like a Thief. Whilst taking the high road in a lyrical sense, Art of Sleeping packs some serious punch in a live setting. The new EP captures the powerful vitality and potent lyricism that hits hard at Art of Sleeping’s live shows.

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Barry Charles and the Deeper Beat

Sunny Coast blues sensation Barry Charles and the Deeper Beat. Not just another singer, Barry Charles is a man with an extraordinary voice. Regarded as one of the most innovative vocalists around today, he exhibits his five-octave range with powerful textures of tone and emotion. Barry’s performances mesmerize with deep blues grooves and wildly free

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Tea Society

Tea Society – a 5 piece indie rock band hailing from the Sunshine Coast playing a fusion of sunny indie rock with a jazzy funk vibe. Coming from different musical backgrounds and influences, they swing from gypsy jazz to indie pop…

Eden Mulholland

Opening our fabulous feast of pop, funk, dance and rock for our Sunday 29th December event is Eden Mulholland. Former writer and frontman of popular NZ group Motocade, with singles reaching the top 20 and featured in major Hollywood films, festival appearances at The Big Day out, Homegrown and CMJ and a reputation for electrifying

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John Steel Singers

Headlining our Australia Day gig are the John Steel Singers… After a BIGSOUND performance that left crowds lining up around the block and a fiery East Coast tour, The John Steel Singers are unleashing a swag of new tunes from their forthcoming sophomore album EVERYTHING’S A THREAD – which dropped on Friday 8th November. Already

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Emerging from Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast, and though only formed in Septermber 2011, Soula are quickly becoming a reason to get out of the house and delve into the local music scene. A seamless mix of edgy riffs and melodic funk/rock, Soula’s attention to detail and emphasis on bringing back the lost art of real music

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The Floating Bridges

Funk, roots, rock, reggae outfit The Floating Bridges’ formation and inception may be based at home on the Sunshine Coast, but diversity, eclecticism and travel is in the blood of these adventurous creatures. Initially meeting in high school, the five eventually came together to form what many would argue to be simply one of the

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The Hello Morning

“Armed to the teeth with songs elegantly robust and organically haunting, carrying the old guard swoon of acts like The Band and Neil Young, along with the determined swagger of newer blues statesmen My Morning Jacket, The Hello Morning live and breathe their craft.” – NME, October 2011. Starting out in 2004 as a songwriting

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The Strangest Dreamers

The Strangest Dreamers, based on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, are recent winners of this region’s nationwide ABC band search for the best band you’ve never heard, “Exhumed”. They have performed at the 2011/12 Woodford Folk Festival and the 2012 Illawarra Folk Festival and the Noosa Jazz Festival and are named after Ed McCurdy’s famous song “Last

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