DJ Sanchez | Sensible Antixx – ‘Any Rhythm Sunday’ Feb 18th
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Sensible Antixx – ‘Any Rhythm Sunday’ Feb 18th

Sensible Antixx – ‘Any Rhythm Sunday’ Feb 18th

The Sensible Antixx team have yet another exciting show on the way for us. After much anticipation, Caiti Baker has been announced as the ‘genre-bending, rhythm grooving, soul songstress’ headline with some solid support from Cool Out Sun and Jessie Fairlie. This Sunday the 18th it’s going down in the beer garden of Brunswick venue Howler. 

If you’ve been following Sensible Antixx events you’ll know their ability to curate some quality lineups. Artists are a conscious mix of gender and ethnicity, and all selected on the merit of their music. Every show is likely to feature one of your favourite acts and introduce you to your next favourite.

An intriguing choice, Caiti Baker has a blues, soul, gospel, jazz, big band, rock & roll background. She won best live performer in the NT last year at the National Live Music awards. You might have seen her gracing the stage with A.B. Original lately. This Sunday the floor is all hers! Cool Out Sun is a new project from some familiar names, N’fa Jones, Sensible J, Nui Moon and Malamine Sonko. They recently entertained crowds at St. Kilda fest with their energetic soul’d out vibe.Newcomer Jess Fairle has an amazing voice and is already getting regular JJJ rotation for her single ‘White Coats’. Sewing these acts together will be Lotus Moonchild on the 1s and 2s.

With their roots in the community Sensible Antixx not only book inspiring nationally renowned artists but also sharing their platform so little known acts can spread their wings. The genuine love and support of the underground hip hop scene from the organisers is reflected in the big-family vibe of the events. Everyone you’ll meet at a Sensible Antixx show is a true hip hop head eager for a chat about music. Make sure you get along this Sunday. Admission is free!

Emerald MacGill of Melbourne Minute.

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