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ARCTIC MONKEYS

The indie-rock upstarts from Sheffield that became the biggest British band of this century – the incomparable Arctic Monkeys are headed down under for the new year. From mosh-stirrer ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’ to the dogged bass strut of ‘Do I Wanna Know’, the foursome wear brash and boisterous like a second skin whilst always leaving room to evolve. It doesn’t get much bigger than this, lads – expect mayhem.

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LIL NAS X

The rise of 23 year old Lil Nas X is already the stuff of legend. A queer black rapper purchases a $30 beat and makes a hip hop track that topped the country charts, the pop charts, the Billboard charts and every other chart for five record-breaking months. Backing up ‘Old Town Road’ with a critically acclaimed album featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus and Elton-bloody-John, Lil Nas X is smashing barriers and subverting expectations as – we’re calling it – the hottest new name in hip hop in the world.


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JAMIE XX

Jamie xx, the forward-thinking beatmaker, producer and DJ, has shaped the sound of modern UK-electronica for more than a decade. First making a name for himself as one third of Mercury Music Prize-winning group The xx, then with his much sought-after remixes for the likes of Adele, Florence + The Machine and Gil Scott-Heron, Jamie has since gone on to achieve similar heights with his solo output. His 2015 debut album ‘In Colour’ topped the UK charts, while cult singles ‘Gosh’, ‘Idontknow’ and ‘All Under One Roof Raving’ have become instant club staples for discerning dancers and DJs alike. In 2022, Jamie has resurfaced with ‘Let’s Do It Again’ alongside a pair of life-affirming headline sets at Coachella. Next, he rings in the new year at Lost Paradise – in colour.

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OCEAN ALLEY

It doesn’t get much more summer than this. Those laid-back guitar grooves and spacious rhythms have soundtracked all the best moments, from backyards to beaches to massive festival mainstages. They’ve topped the Hottest 100, sold out tours, dominated the festival circuit at home and abroad and still remain 100% authentic. Put simply, Ocean Alley is pure stoke in a six-piece.

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SPACEY JANE

First seeing success during the lockdown era, Spacey Jane doesn’t take a crowd for granted. The Freemantle four-piece packs every last ounce of attitude into every live set, backing up the hits splashed across high rotation triple j airplay with plenty of charisma and rock’n’roll chops. Hope, happiness and raw emotion – it’s all there amongst the swirling guitars and crashing cymbals.

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G FLIP

Crashing bass, raw lyrics and sugary melodies – the music of G Flip has struck a chord with their generation, earning sellout tours, ARIA nominations and a raft of global collabs. From singalong anthems to saw-toothed headbangers: it’s hungry, it’s emotional, it’s a hot mess of pop perfection and we’re here for it. Unleash G Flip on Glenworth and let the bangers fly.

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PINKPANTHERESS

Sink into the sweetness of Pink Pantheress. Pitch-perfect and light as air, her silvery voice dances across chaotic 90’s jungle samples; a remarkable pairing of fragile and fierce that just works. Her unpolished, DIY approach to creation has earned her an obsessed global fanbase, with over half a billion streams and hype from UK media as the future of music – all within 2 years.

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CUB SPORT

Local indie band turned global pop powerhouse, the love for Cub Sport just won’t stop swelling. Selling out tours across four continents, their searing slow jams connect with crowds on a deeper level. They’ve topped the Aus charts and earned praise from Rollingstone to Billboard to The Guardian; whatever comes next for these crooners, you know it’s going to be beautiful.

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GENESIS OWUSU

He’s turned outcast into art; defied genres, dodged formula and delivered an Aria-magnet of an album loaded with supreme flow and brutal fire. Global critics are obsessed and Aussie fans froth so hard they break the floor. Only just beginning to flex and already in a league of his own, catch Genesis Owusu at Lost Paradise and witness the future of hip hop.


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YOUNG FRANCO

Bouncing house grooves, disco riffs and r&b twists delivered with a grin are the staples of Australian fave, Young Franco. A bottomless glass of fresh summer jams, he wins crowds in a heartbeat and crafts magic in the studio; an in-demand producer both at home and in the U.S of A. Back to bring joy for a fourth year, Franco is basically part of the furniture at Lost Paradise—come get cosy.

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