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Make Music Day Broome
June 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Broome Fishing Club will be hosting the inaugural celebration of International Make Music Day on Friday 21st June. Organised by North Regional TAFE’s Diploma of Music Industry students Sebastien Liddle and Rowin Slag the event will showcase some of the finest of Broome’s young, emerging artists.
Jacob Gregory/Lyrical Instinct has been an ambitious rapper for six years, writing his own intricate music from the start. Influenced by the legends of rap including Eminem, Tupac and the home-grown Hilltop Hoods, Jacob forms his music through a combination of other genres. Jacob has built a strong reputation across the Kimberley region of Western Australia, opening for headline acts including T-Pain, where he stole the show. A household name in Broome, Jacob aims to make a splash across the state in the near future.
Raf Delios is a fresh face on the Broome music scene. Bringing an eclectic range of influences and an immersion in the Blues Raf’s guitar playing will take the audience on a journey from the Mississippi Delta to the tropical north west of Australia.
Indiana Waters has been performing in Broome and its surrounds for many years, performing at many prestigious gigs including the Saltwater Festival, Shinju Matsuri Festival and opening for The Boy Named Cash. Indiana performs rhythmic, melodic acoustic pieces intertwined with Soft vocal harmonies.
The Dukes of Molly are a three piece local band who have played together for over five years. They are an ambitious band aiming to push a new sound into the local scene bringing a new following of younger audiences into a modern vibe. Influenced by rhythmic prodigies including the Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Raconteurs, The Dukes of Molly are sure to impress with their ‘90s and early 2000’s rock atmosphere.