Music SA and Sundial Productions today announced an additional seven artists and the complete array of stages for the inaugural Scouted showcase event presented in conjunction with Umbrella: Winter City Sounds and Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR).
Set to take over Adelaide’s East End on July 28, Scouted will showcase South Australia’s most prominent unsigned musical talents, and is set to coincide with the AIR Awards and their inaugural Indie-Con Australia two-day music industry conference to be held in Adelaide on July 27 and 28.
Today’s additions include one of Australia’s brightest indie rockers, Timberwolf, 23 year old South Sudanese hip-hop poet DyspOra, the truly unique introspective pop of Rin McArdle, the 90’s grunge in Nakatomi’s electro- pop; the heart breaking and ambient melodies of Maggie Rutjens, electronic aesthetic of Hunt and the combination of alt soul, blues and R&B from Ollie English.
Music SA General Manager Lisa Bishop said these new additions to the Scouted program have resulted in a well-rounded highlight reel with some of South Australia’s best unsigned talents.
“These additions to the Scouted line-up offer a snapshot of Adelaide’s thriving and diverse music scene. It’s exciting to present these artists in front of the Australian music industry and give the inaugural AIR awards an insight into what South Australia has to offer,” said Ms Bishop.
THE COMPLETED SCOUTED LINE UP INCLUDES:
Yewth Magazine Laneway Stage |Tam O’Shanter Place
Dyspora – Heaps Good Friends – Mane
Radio Adelaide Stage |Producers Bar beer garden
Rin McArdle – Alana Jagt – Timberwolf
Fresh 92.7 Stage |Producers Bar warehouse
Nakatomi – Hunt – Electric Fields
Bside Magazine Stage |Crown & Anchor front bar
Maggie Rutjens – Ollie English – Tom West
Three D Radio Stage | Crown & Anchor main room
Bec Stevens – Young Offenders – Battlehounds
Friday 28 July, 5 – 10pm – Festival Wristband $20 + bf (access to all 5 stages)
A limited number of general admission tickets are now on sale from musicglue.com/scouted