Secret Sounds presents…
Ground Level with
Hannah Brewer (‘Child of Divorce’ EP Launch)
Thursday 23 November 2023, from 8pm
The Lansdowne, Downstairs
Secret Sounds return with their monthly club night ‘Ground Level’ on Thursday 23 November at The Lansdowne, Downstairs. Showcasing the very best local and emerging talent, alongside surprise international guests. The November instalment will feature Hannah Brewer debuting her new EP ‘Child of Divorce’, joined by Allerdyce and Maia Toakley.
Ground Level aims to build a loyal group of emerging and local artists, and fans – where they can discover new talent, network with others in the industry and connect with potential collaborators. Our team strives to foster the growth of the Australian music industry, and this new club night is a testament to our ongoing commitment to supporting artists both nationally and internationally.
Hannah Brewer is a 21-year-old artist and writer hailing from Sydney’s inner-west. Growing up in a family of classically trained musicians, she was exposed to a range of instruments and musical genres from a young age, playing the trumpet, guitar, French horn, keys, and a brief unfortunate stint at drums. She has been around the Sydney song writing circuit for a while now, writing with artists such as Hanni, LANKS, Thomas Porter and Ukiyo amongst others. Her new single ‘The Pirate Song’ marks her evolution and debut as a skilled storyteller with tongue-in-cheek lyrics that help express otherwise harder to stomach topics of conversation. Taking cues from a wide array of influences such as Radiohead, Lily Allen, Phoebe Bridgers, Johnny Cash, Foster the People and Rina Sawayama.
Borrowing from the maiden name of her great grandma, Allerdyce is a 21 year old artist from Sydney’s inner west. Her sound often described as ‘eclectic’, she writes about joy and pain and people and shame and generally any other all-consuming feeling that desperately needs unpacking.
Maia Toakley and her band are on a roll. Intimate ballads and pop-rock bangers, her recently released debut EP ‘Reverie’ has been captivating audiences in so many of Sydney’s beloved live music venues. After a year of packed-out headline shows (The Factory Theatre, Lady Hampshire), playing Winter Wine Festival alongside The Cat Empire and Matty Corby, and opening for artists such as Sons Of The East and Maple Glider, Maia Toakley has established herself as one to watch.
PRESENTED BY SECRET SOUNDS