We are deeply saddened to announce that due to the recent world events, our next Bay Sounds has been postponed.


Please keep your eyes peeled for confirmed dates! 



I Know Leopard

Sydney-siders I Know Leopard make celestial, ‘70s inspired pop tunes with an unintentional penchant for pulling heart strings. They have performed alongside the likes of Thief, Deep Sea Arcade, The Rubens, Goldfields and Miami Horror. They unintentionally pull on heart strings and are an act not to miss!



Formed from the teenage connection of inner-west Sydney's Scout Eastment and Olive Rush, EGOISM craft pristine pop melodies on a lush shoegaze backdrop.

Honey Haze

Forming early 2018, in a blaze of musical fusion and aspiration, the honey hayze band has burst onto both the Australian and European music scenes without batting an eyelid. Equipt with a bag of catchy tunes and a genuine affinity for playing live, the boys are showing no signs of slowing down.


After a string of successful shows during the Australian summer and embarked on a whirlwind tour of Europe. The London Big Day out, Stoked in the Park Pamplona and opening for Art Vs Science in San Sebastian, Spain have all been successful for the Hayze in the lead up to their first single release 'Gypsy Lady'.


Following on from the release of their 2019 track ‘Don’t Complicate It’, Sydney indie pop group Mesmeriser are back with another effortlessly catchy single in ‘Trigger’.


The trio continue to thrive on well arranged harmonies and melodic progressions as they lean more into a garage rock direction for their first offering for 2020.


Where previous material evoked the likes of Parcels and Catfish and The Bottlemen, ‘Trigger’ sees Mesmeriser tread a more Strokes-esque territory. Thematically, the song centres on the concept of sexual assault - heavier territory for the band, but dealt with in their signature style, focusing on the cause and effect whirlpool of events that surrounds such an event when made public.


Sydney based Rock outfit Clouder make 90’s inspired Alternative music drenched with an earnest sense of melancholy. Clouder formed in 2016 as a university project between friends.


After spending a couple of years composing new music and recruiting their current line-up, the band debuted in 2018 with the release of their single ‘Vending Machine’. The single was quickly picked up for airplay on FBi Radio.


The boys then followed up in 2019 with the release of their single ‘Daydreams’, which received a stellar review from Dave Ruby Howe (Triple J).


The end of 2019 brought the release of their 3rd single ‘Stars & Clouds,’ radio play across Australia on community radios such as FBi, CHY FM, Radio Adelaide and more. The single was followed by rave reviews from Declan Byrne (Triple J), Hysteria Mag &