Chatswood Tiger Beats - Night 2
Next date: Friday, 11 February 2022 | 04:00 PM
to 11:00 PM
Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival brings a brand-new celebration of contemporary culture, diversity, cutting edge music and good spirits to the North Shore. Featuring some of the best Asian-Australian pop, RnB and electronic artists you should be listening to right now.
This event is part of Chatswood Culture Bites 2022, Willoughby City Council’s innovative program of music, theatre, comedy and more in Chatswood CBD.
Don’t miss your opportunity to grab a seat at the bar by Archie Rose.
Friday night’s program features Cherise Atip and Lucy Sugerman.
4pm Cherise Atip
Cherise Atip 19 year old singer, songwriter and performer from Sydney Australia. Sharing her love of music, busking in the streets of Chatswood since the age of 13, releasing her first single Sweet & Misleading at 17 and during her high school life Cherise was a member of the Australian Girls Choir.
She has performed at iconic venues such as the Sydney Opera House, State Theatre and grabs every opportunity to share her love of music, from local Spring Festivals to opening acts singing duet with Mark Bautista for David Pomeranz and Melissa Manchester's concert in 2019.
6pm Lucy Sugerman
Bold and unafraid to speak her mind, twenty year old Lucy Sugerman writes about her coming of age experiences of modern love and life, inspired by her songwriting heroes from the 70s. With a knack for confessional storytelling tied with assured pop hooks, Sugerman’s addictive and youthful energy perpetuates her music, even in her most vulnerable moments.
In 2020, Lucy was the recipient of one of APRA AMCOS’ Women in Music Mentorships as well as a part of their first ever Song Generations writing camp at ANU School of Music. Sugerman released I'd Do It All Again with LANKS as a part of his hotly anticipated double album Spirits. She then released her debut single 'i wanna kiss boys cos i'm bored' (co-written and produced with Hauskey and MUKI), premiered and spotlighted on triple J Unearthed and added to Spotify's New Music Friday AU & NZ and Indie Pop playlists.
This was followed by 'colour blind', co-written and produced with Dylan Nash (Dean Lewis, Eluera, Shannen James, The Million), with a sold-out single launch at the Lord Gladstone in Sydney. Lucy was also selected to be a part of APRA AMCOS' SongHubs Melbourne 2021, the first ever all women and non-binary identifying songwriting sessions of its kind, alongside the likes of Alex Lahey, Eilish Gilligan, Ninajirachi, Odette, Tulliah, Woodes, and guest writers Montaigne, G Flip, KLP, Lisa Mitchell and Anna Laverty curated by Gretta Ray. She also opened SummerSalt Festival in Canberra, joining a lineup alongside Montaigne, Boy & Bear, John Butler, the Teskey Brothers and the Cat Empire. Lucy released singles, the cheeky and triumphant ‘golden boy’ and the captivating ‘trust nobody’ ahead of her upcoming debut EP ‘hurt that’s man made’ out November 18th.
Sugerman lets people into her world through relatable tales of her struggles and triumphs in romance and growing up, showing that they are not alone and cathartically capturing the spirit in learning from your own experiences.
8pm Flower Boy
At the heart of her hazy songwriting is a duality of melancholic love songs and odes to identity and heritage. Born in Sydney to Chinese and Lebanese parents, flower boy 卓颖贤 paints emotional images with her classically-trained background combined with forward-thinking production.
Unafraid to play with textures, her soundscapes are anxious, ambient, and affecting in the extreme. Atmospheric beats and experimental percussion are pieced together to form visceral and unrelenting electronica, overlaid with emotive and expressive melodies. The vulnerability, intimacy, and rawness of flower boy 卓颖贤's art is clear from the start. Refusing to cater to trends or adhere to particular genre 'rules', there is a certain power she brings to her music by knowing who she is and what she's about. flower boy 卓颖贤 treats her life like a movie; she's simply soundtracking it.
As a DJ and live act she has performed in clubs, festivals, and art galleries across Australia as well as in Beijing and Shanghai, scored multiple short films, and facilitated workshops in music production. Since being named FBi Radio's Independent Artist of the Week in 2018 following the release of her debut EP 'FASCI(N)ATION', she has been working on a follow up EP to be released in 2022.
This event is part of
Friday, 11 February 2022 | 04:00 PM
- 11:00 PM
Outdoor at The Concourse, 409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood 2067 View Map