Celebrate NAIDOC Week with a performance from the award-winning Electric Fields
It was a big year for soulful electronic-pop duo Electric Fields in 2017; they won New Talent of the Year in the National Indigenous Music Awards and took home Live Act of the Year and Live Voice of the year for singer Zaachariaha Fielding in the National Live Music Awards. Hot off the heels of a Sydney Opera House gig for Vivid Live, the Adelaidian musicians will be back in Sydney for Koori Radio’s night of Indigenous music at Carriageworks. Fielding, who often sings in his traditional language Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara, and music producer and composer Michael Ross, will share a moving and intimate set.
Joining Electric Fields will be stirring soul singer Kaiit, whose musical influences include Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill and the contemporary sounds of Noname Gypsy and SZA. There’s also Triple J Unearthed rapper Dwayne Broome, country and soul musician Chloe Grant-King and folk singer-songwriter from Wollongong, Kakyra Ocean.
BY: EMMA JOYCE