Contemporary Australian Music Showcase

The Contemporary Australian Music Showcase will see some of the country’s finest bands and musicians take to the stage at Indian music festivals and clubs.

Kaiit, hailed as one of the most exciting artists to watch in 2018, will perform at the Jazz India Circuit in Goa.

Born in Papua New Guinea, Kaiit bounced back and forth between Australia and her homeland as a child before her family eventually settled down in Melbourne. Kaiit grew up listening to alternative music, with her parents embracing the likes of Pink Floyd. Over the years she developed a love for jazz and neo-soul, which is evident in her music. Kaiit draws inspiration from her idols Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill and the contemporary sounds of Noname Gypsy and SZA. Kaiit’s artistic background in both beauty and fashion is apparent in her inimitable style and edgy aesthetic. At only 19 years old, Kaiit has shaken up the world of future-soul and RnB. She’s been named as one the best rappers under 25 by Red Bull Music, sharing the list with artists such as Joey Bada$$ and Chance the Rapper. Kaiit’s first two releases ‘Natural Woman’ and ‘2000 n Somethin’ have together clocked over 1.2 million streams on Spotify and been shown plenty of love from Triple J and Triple R.

Kaiit’s Indian tour is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.

Sleepmakeswaves and West Thebarton:  Joining the NH7 Weekender festivities will be Sleepmakeswaves, an instrumental rock band with a devoted global following for their innovative and expansive music and West Thebarton, a seven-headed rock hydra band that recently unleashed their debut album Different Beings Being Different. Both bands will also play club gigs. 

Open to all, Jazz India circuit tickets can be purchased from 

NH7 Weekender and club tickets can be purchased from play club gigs. 

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"I invite you to experience the diversity and dynamism of Australian culture. Come, see and engage with Australia, in your city and through our online platforms, and see what we have to offer. " - Australia's High Commissioner to India, HE Ms Harinder Sidhu