It was back in 2004 when Miss Connie and Black Angus started making beautiful music together. Career highlights have come thick and fast since then including their 2006 triple platinum ARIA award-winning self-titled debut album, 2008’s “2” and 2011’s “From Here To Anywhere” all of which won rave reviews worldwide and firmly established them on the international scene. In the swirling midst of albums and tours, Connie lent her vocals and lyrics to albums from superstars Jay‐Z, Kanye West and Snoop Dogg. In late 2015 and inspired by their Sneaky Sundays summer residency in Mykonos, Sneaky returned to their dance music roots putting out house‐stormers “Summertime Madness” and
“All I Need” on limited club release. And now, in 2016, comes their first major release in over four years “I Ain’t Over You”. It’s true
Sneaky Sound System: soaring vocals, beguiling lyrics and exhilarating grooves. Expect a first-class show from our headliners.
Indian Summer is the name of one of the hottest components of the Sweat It Out family. Already becoming festival favourites for their genre-hopping sets and besuited antics, it's summertime all year where they’re at. Already with four huge releases, 2013’s “Foreign Formula” & “No Use” and 2014’s “Aged Care” and most recently the critically acclaimed “Shiner”, the bar has been raised very high and the stage is set. Recently they’ve done two out of control Australian tours, Falls Festival, Field Day, Nina Las Vegas’ ‘Presents’ Tour and Splendour In The Grass. Couple this love with spins from Flume and Salva on BBC Radio1, support from Australian staple radio stations Triple J and FBi and an inclusion in ‘producer to watch’ lists by Mixmag UK, MTV and In The Mix and Indian Summer are destined for big things!
As the resident DJ at the popular a day on the green events, the Grand Master’s funky outfits and good vibrations are huge crowd pleasers. With diverse sets ranging from retro, funk, classic rock, pop, chill out and lounge, the Grand Master is also in big demand in clubs in London, Sweden and Finland. The Grand Master’s set will be dedicated to one of the icons of music, Prince.
Yolanda Be Cool, AKA Bondi boys Andy & Matt broke through big time with their worldwide number one track “We No Speak Americano” which sold more than five million copies and amassed more than 200 million Youtube views. Their albums “Ladies and Mentalmen” and “Sweat It Out” featured indigenous Aussie icon Gurrumel, house royalty Crystal Waters and Barbara Tucker, soul legend Betty Wright and US rap star Nola Darling. 2015 saw the release of platinum selling singles "Sugar Man" and ”Soul Makossa (Money)". And while they are down with playing in front of 90,000 people in Morocco as a guest of the king, they are equally at home in a small basement. Underground cool & pop sensibility. It's a rare combination that the guys have mastered and is why they constantly surprise with their eclectic, housed up DJ sets worldwide.
Despite countless accolades, awards, records, and firsts that have been the hallmark of Kid Kenobi’s illustrious 20-year long DJing career (including being named Australia’s favourite DJ for a record number 3 years from 2003 – 2005, knocking up over 80 remixes for some of the world’s biggest names in dance, pop and rock, being the first DJ ever to have a CD series named after him by Ministry of Sound to having an itinerary that reads like a Lonely Planet guidebook to the best nightclubs in the world), Kid Kenobi shows no sign of slowing down! In 2016 the Kid celebrates 20 years behind the decks. Despite his talent as a DJ, perhaps the Kid’s greatest triumph is his ability to keep on evolving and growing as an artist. Music trends come and go, clubbers retire and scenes change, but Kid Kenobi maintains his amazing popularity.
Geelong FC legend, holder of the club record for most senior games,
6 x All Australian, 3 x Premiership player, 2 x club Best & Fairest. Avid music fan. Amateur DJ. Will be ably assisted by local Geelong DJ’s and friends Chook & Moluck.