BEMAC, together with District Studios, have chosen 24 incredible artist as this year’s finalists in Brisbane City Council’s QUBE Effect.

24 exceptional artists have been selected from 115 applicants, which includes four First Nations People and eight Culturally and Linguistically Diverse artists; an increase on previous years.

The artists will undergo an intensive development program, giving them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be mentored by some of the music industry’s most influential experts. Participants will create their very own music video and take part in workshops and promotional opportunities, including a special live performance as part of Brisbane Youth Week on Saturday 10 April 2021 in the Valley Mall.

Here are this year’s finalists:

  • Allora
  • Amarri
  • Chloe Mae
  • Dancing Water
  • Evangie
  • Evie
  • Flamingo Blonde
  • Hello Jane
  • Isabel Wood
  • Kai-Fi
  • Keely
  • Kevin Collet
  • King Cortez
  • Lileth
  • Luate
  • Nathan MT
  • Nesby
  • Oh Bailey
  • Sentiment
  • Shruthi
  • The Ancient Bloods
  • Tripsitta
  • Young Vizzy
  • Zekiel

Read more about the artist on Brisbane City Council’s website here.

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