Singaporean and Korean acts set to showcase in Brisbane for BIGSOUND

It’s been confirmed that Singapore and Korea will be among to countries set to showcase their artists at this year’s BIGSOUND Festival in Brisbane, Australia. The event is held annually to showcase the best new artists, predominantly from around Australia. But this year, the event will also host special showcases from Singapore and Korea with today’s announcement including the following acts:

Charlie Lim (Singapore)

Stretched between acoustic melancholia, neo-soul, post-rock and electronic-pop – the extremities that mark Charlie Lim’s music, is a certain sense of cinematic gravitas that takes you on a sonic journey set against the rich narratives of life’s tales. His next record is set to release later this year.

Intriguant (Singapore)

Intriguant is a Singapore-based electronic music producer and DJ. Inspired by the human perception of environments, he mixed together textural sounds with syncopated beats, the concept – aligning the physical with the spiritual. His music was released with acclaim from a global audience (ranging from USA, UK, Australia, Japan, Manila (PH)).

Linying (Singapore)

A contemporary pop singer and songwriter with a flair for heartfelt lyrics and inventive production, Linying represents both the tenacity and vulnerability of her own starry- eyed generation in songs about coming of age and coming to terms.

The acts from Korea have not yet been revealed.

Taking place from September 4-7 in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley Live Music Precinct, more details on the program will be revealed on August 9th – when we should find out the full lineups and details about when and where you will be able to see the Singaporean and Korean bands in action.

For tickets and more details, head to bigsound.org.au.