Festival of All Things Arts


Genres: Music 2019

Uschi Tala

Uschi Tala is a Queer self taught, multi instrumentalist and poet who draws inspiration from the elements the underworld and the light found within darkness. Wielding a loop pedal, beat machine and various instruments, she creates ambient soundscapes that dance along hauntingly serene vocals and rhythmic rhymes. Uschi’s music has been described as tragically beautiful, otherworldly and pure magic. Her lyrics embody an ocean of healing and encourage others to sea the radiance in themselves as well as the bigger picture. She will ground your spirit, and raise your heart into etherial worlds of the in between. Settler residing in the woods of Sinixt Territory.

Wielding a loop pedal, beat machine and various instruments, she creates ambient soundscapes that dance along hauntingly serene vocals and rhythmic rhymes. Uschi’s music has been described as tragically beautiful, distinctively unique and pure magic.

http://www.uschitala.com

https://www.facebook.com/uschitala/

https://www.instagram.com/uschi_tala/

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Tullara

“Tullara has been making her mark across the Australian music industry since her debut release ‘Better Hold On’ in 2016. Winning “”BEST EP”” at the 2017 ‘Australian Roots Music Awards’, and independently reaching over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify in 2018, Tullara has since racked up performances at some of Australia’s largest and most respected music festivals.
With her percussive finger tapping, guitar playing wizardry, not to mention the alluring power of her voice, Tullara has an undeniable, uniquely endearing stage presence of full of raw, powerful honesty, and swagger. This Aussie homegrown artist is taking the genre of Folk/Roots to a whole new level.”

http://tullara.com

https://www.facebook.com/tullara.connors

https://www.instagram.com/tullaramusic/

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The Melawmen Collective

Contemporary Indigenous Fusion woven together with elements of hip/trip hop, rock and folk and thick harmonies, carried through with experience, manifestation, and visions of intergenerational stories of pain and healing ~ formed with a vision to create connections between Indigenous People and all others through music, story ~ developing our shared historical consciousness towards what the Secwepemc call ‘The Human Beings’.

Melawmen in Secwepemcstin (Secwepemc language) means  ‘medicine’.
“We thought of a collective as ‘gathering’ ~ medicine ~ to heal, share and expand.”  The collective started as a group of artists facilitating music and art workshops for native and non-native youth around cultural identity, understandings of history, and the role of storytelling in community and society wellbeing.  The Collective then evolved into a performance group, with the creation of expansive original material created with the original group, musical allies and occasionally guest youth artists.

http://www.melawmen.ca

http://www.facebook.com/Melawmen/

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Lyndsay Wills

Lyndsay Wills is a singer-songwriter living in Vancouver who plays a variety of instruments, including guitar, banjo and fiddle. She won first prize in the 2018 Left Coast Labour Chorus songwriting competition for her song “9:30 at the Factory”. Lyndsay’s music has been described as “lyrical, and gripping”.

http://www.lyndsaywills.com

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