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UNCO[V]ERED: Carla Wehbe

Sydney-based singer, songwriter, musician and producer, Carla Wehbe caught out eye at UNCO[V]ERED with her debut single, ‘Don’t Tell Me’. As an artist, Carla Wehbe successfully merges current pop melodies with an edgy 80’s nostalgia, as showcased on her glowing debut ‘Don’t Tell Me’; a confident and catchy pop moment drenched in bold self-assurance. ‘Don’t…Read more

UNCO[V]ERED: Greyson Chance

UNCO[V]ERED artist Greyson Chance is gentle yet painfully honest. Spare in texture, emotionally turbulent. He is a virtuoso of understatement, a plain-speaking poet and an artist whose time has come. Having left Los Angeles to return back to his home state of Oklahoma, Chance was freed from the pressures of the music business with a…Read more

UNCO[V]ERED: Miiesha

From the small Aboriginal community of Woorabinda in Central Queensland comes 20 year old Miiesha with a voice ready to be heard. A strong, proud Pitjantjatjara/Torres Strait Islander woman, Miiesha (Pronounced My-ee-sha) has been singing for her family and her community since the age of 8, and has since been developing her songwriting as a teenager….Read more

UNCO[V]ERED: renforshort

If you ask UNCO[V]ERED artist renforshort what kind of music she makes, her response may surprise you. “Tastefully weird,” she’ll say. And yet, no descriptor would be better suited to characterise the enigmatic rising pop star’s personal brand of deeply reflective, yet undeniably relatable, left-of-centre alt-pop. Hailing from Toronto, the prodigious 17-year-old singer-songwriter was destined…Read more

UNCO[V]ERED: Celeste

UNCO[V]ERED star Celeste is still basking in the glow of her recent announcement as the winner of the 2020 BRITs Rising Star award, now releasing her incendiary new single ‘Stop This Flame’. The rousing track is the British-Jamaican artist’s first taste of new music in what is set to be a very busy year. “In essence, Stop…Read more