Music at shabliss
Shabliss Kabalat Shabbat Band (feat. Alex Burkoy & Yuval Ashkar).
Shabliss Kabalat Shabbat Band (feat. Alex Burkoy and Yuval Ashkar).
To begin the prayers of shabbat together with music and inclusive singing and dancing is the way of SHABLISS!
Bring your guitars and drums and join in and sing from the main stage the prayer of Kabbalat Shabbat with the SHABLISS Kabbalat Shabbat Band also featuring the Kol Dodi duo - Rachel and Naomi.
Melbourne roving band The Habits - consisting of Lauren Mullarvey (sax, clarinet) Jay Scarlet (sousaphone) Ellie Lamb (trombone) Sean Newell (drums).
The Habits. Friday
Old Man River. Saturday night
This is the name of the musical vehicle for Australia's Ohad Rein.
The music of Old Man River is important and has resonated with people around the world. The messages are clear and strong. The musicality is global and not attached to geographic or cultural boundaries. It is pop music with Sitar. Sing-a-long rock music. And more.
The Moontide live set is designed to take listeners on a journey, encompassing live sampling and instrumentation as well as spoken word... Moontide has been exclusively showcased at notable events in Australia including Rainbow Serpent, Tanglewood, Strawberry Fields and the Yoke Conscious Dance Party.
Moontide. Saturday night
Hello Tut Tut have made a speedy ascent on the World Music scene, winning over local and international crowds with their performances at Falls Festival (Byron Bay), Bello Winter Music Festival, Live en Août (New Caledonia) and a collection of Australia's most recognised venues and night markets.
Hello Tut Tut are fun, dynamic and daring when it comes to creating original music. Tapping into their European roots, the band has a fresh take on Klezmer, Balkan, Gypsy and Latin musical traditions. By blending these styles with the pulse of contemporary dance music
culture, this seven-piece outfit brings high energy shows
that gets you up and dancing.
Hello tut tut. Sunday
AMOYLC have been keeping their community safe since their inaugural meeting at the end of 2017. Their debut release ‘Millennium Queen’ was a breakout hit, charting at #13 on Spotify Australia’s Viral 50 and saw them support Kira Puru across the east coast.
The follow up ‘Semiotic Vision’ was a buzz on the internet, hijacking Reddit’s /listentothis resulting in the #1 thread and reaching #15 on the Spotify AUS’ Viral 50 helping them sell out their first headline show and took them on tour with Lime Cordiale.
The band have up finished up their first headline tour in support of their recently EP ‘If There's Anything You Need, Please Don’t Hesitate to Contact Us’, with shows selling out within two weeks.
Approachable Members of your
Local Community. Sunday
Shai Shriki, Guitarist, Oud player, singer and multi instrumentalist, captures different flavours of world
music, playing some unique string instruments from the
Shai performs his original songs & music, traditional prayers from the ancient Hebrew script, Spanish & Eastern European Gypsy music, in a fusion of contemporary and traditional sounds.
Shai Shriki. Sunday
Saxophonist, Flautist, Clarinettist, Educator, Concert presenter and Festival Administrator, Gideon Brazil has definitely made a name for himself on the Australian and UK music scene. Gideon has performed/recorded with artists from many genres to creating original music. Tapping into their European and is an active member of Cleverhorse, Gotye, roots, the band has a fresh take on Klezmer, Balkan, Hoodoo Mayhem, Adam Simmons Toy Band, Tim Gypsy and Latin musical traditions. By blending these Shawcross Septet and with his own projects The styles with the pulse of contemporary dance music Southside Hammond Clan, Deco Duo, Trio Brazil and culture, this seven-piece outfit brings high energy shows original jazz project,
The Natives get you up and dancing. Gideon has played at numerous music festivals all over Australia and has played alongside some of Australia’s finest artists including, Andrea Keller, Julien Wilson, Scott Tinkler, Graeme Lyall, Mark Isaacs, Eugene Ball, Adrian Sherriff, Marc Hannaford, Shannon Barnett, Ronny Ferella, Tamara Murphy, Darrin Archer, Jon Delaney, Tom Lee and Lachlan Maclean.