POWER ft imbi the girl: Women and Non-Binary Artists in Music
POWER: Women & Non-Binary Artists in Music
POWER is held over two nights at Chapel Off Chapel 24 and 25 of Jan as part of Midsumma Festival. Catch the unsung heroines and queer indie influencers of music. Midsumma recognises that women and queer musicians are underrepresented, and with POWER will highlight the powerful contribution queer female and non-binary musicians make to the Australian music industry.
POWER night #1 >>
A force to be reckoned with, imbi the girl has been slowly writing their own story, to the beat of their own drum. With their unique and inspiring brand of poetic hip-hop, R&B and soul, imbi the girl kicks off night one of POWER - a program recognising the unsung heroines and non-binary marvels of Australian music.
2019 was a stellar year for imbi the girl with the release of their brand new single our room and their first headline tour in June 2019, selling out shows in Sydney and Melbourne.
Sydney neo-soul artist and poet, imbi the girl, has started a movement of unapologetic truth, self-service, self-belief and self-love with their eclectic brand of ‘melodic rap’. Following the release of their breakthrough single swell and 2019’s revered follow-up i used to, featuring SUPEREGO, imbi the girl has made their mark in music and queer communities alike with their vulnerable, authentic expression, and through their unique artistry provides listeners with a sense of connection, camaraderie and solidarity.
imbi the girl’s music is a multi-faceted extension of themself that combines elements of hip-hop, R&B and soul, and has been featured locally and abroad by Beats 1, Billboard, triple j Unearthed and FBi Radio. Since arriving seemingly out of nowhere in 2017, imbi the girl has surpassed over 1.5 million catalogue streams, with performances at Laneway Festival, Listen Out and Groovin The Moo, plus supporting the likes of Sampa The Great, Odette and Ball Park Music.
To view the line up for POWER night #2 visit POWER ft HANDSOME event listing.
imbi the girl will be supported by Kee'ahn, an emerging Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal and Badu Island singer, guitarist and songwriter living in Birraranga (Melbourne). She has worked with DRMNGNOW and in 2019 she played at both Moomba and Changes festival and Bigsound.
"...it's one wave of emotion, powerful songwriting and relatability."
The City of Stonnington proudly supports POWER: Women and Non-Binary Artists in Music.
Event & ticketing details
Dates & Times
|When||Fri 24 Jan 8pm|
|3 ticket deal||10% off all 3 eligible shows|
|Early Bird||15% off if purchased prior to 10 Dec|
Chapel Off Chapel - Chapel
12 Little Chapel St, PrahranGet directions
TrainSandringham line to Prahran
Tram72 to stop 31 | tram 78 to stop 47